3 Goa Restaurants You Must Try This New Year’s Eve


Goa is one of the most popular destinations in India, everyone wants to enjoy there new years eve with Goa’s fantastic food, quieter beaches.Goa is known for some great restaurants that specialize in Japanese, Italian and Greek, besides those that are known for local delicacies, So go on and treat yourself to a good meal on this New Year’s Eve.   

A Reverie, It owners Aakritee and Virendra take an approach to cooking that both pleases and shocks in equal measure. Expect a meal that triggers memories, evokes an emotion or tells a story through the interplay of aromas, textures, and flavors. With their innovative changes in the menu including an adaption of the famous chicken lollypop and Mumbai’s paani puri, a meal at A Reverie is never a dull affair. The unexpected manner in which each dish is presented also reflects the culinary team’s sheer creativity. A meal here is the perfect way to kick-off a New Year.

 

Chef Sarah Todd of MasterChef Australia fame started Antares, a sprawling 250-seat restaurant that overlooks Vagator beach. The entire complex houses a restaurant, beach club, sea-facing villas. Antares is exactly where you need to be long before Goa’s notorious New Year’s Eve traffic takes over. As day turns into night the New Year’s party will shift to the open-air Antares Beach Club, where international DJs, dancers, fire twirlers and fireworks will set the mood for a night of dance and celebration.


Go with the flow, housed in quaint Portuguese villa, sits on the banks of a river near Baga Bridge, far from the madding crowd. Led by chef Stefan Marais from South Africa. The kitchen uses only the freshest ingredients for its delightfully conceived menu that comprises dishes like red snapper Carpaccio with passion fruit dressing, Vietnamese-style lacquered pork belly with crispy skin, Goan Chorizo rolls, beef tataki and beetroot and peppered mascarpone tart. Goa’s quintessential jazz duo Steve and Kitu will set the mood for New Year’s Eve.