Restaurant

L’ORANGE

It’s a new…its spunky…its happening..Proprietors Asheen Lobo and Joe Dias have taken eatery to a different level L’Orange in the heart of Candolim is a foot tapping spirited endeavour of the duo.A small cozy restaurant with waiters dressed in funky,trendy uniforms. Joe’s mixes in the bar with the honky-tonk names like Lady Monroe or Desperate housewives…sure to add to your spirits escalating with every sip you take. While Asheen ? His domain is the kitchen. Goan and Grills. Perhaps the oranges go into the preparations too…but the creations are mystical. Start with the Spicy Wings (chicken wings marinated with Goan peri peri masala cooked over a BBQ, or perhaps his mother’s recipe of the Roast Pigling Jirem Mirem, it is a must.

For mains try the Jamaican Jerk Chicken…sure to jerk you out of your senses. Tender spring chicken marinated with Caribbean herbs cooked on open charcoal. Served with a jacket potato and tossed exotic vegetables-exotically yours.
The Charlie’s Pork Chops (marinated with roast masala homemade of course) the angels could not have made a better combination. Was referring to the ingredient mix, were you thinking of charlie’s Angels? Don’t feel deserted when it comes to the desserts, another treat is in store for you and with the theme colour too. The warm peaches flavoured with orange liqueur and cinnamon served with vanilla ice cream or earn brownie points by ordering this preparation done differently. The After Eight Chocolate Brownie (warm chocolate brownie centered with after eight chocolate served with ice cream and drizzled with caramel sauce. And with the music – jazz and Blues, Salsa and rock, as well as a retro evening, great entertainment.

L’orange offers a chilled out experience a great balance of good traditional food, spirits and music Savour the warm, casual ambience, form a circle with friends, sing out loud…Feel young again.

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9823291413/ 9970173606
Near Magnum Resort, Marquisvaddo, Candolim,Goa

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