we popped in on our last day at the Vivanta Taj Fort Agauda and had an amazing meal before heading to the airport. The food and service was great! Hoping to return next year.
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What an excellent place to eat traditional Thai food in the heart of Goa set in the grounds of the Taj Village hotel the restaurant is very clean and with tradition furniture Food was super as indeed were the staff Prices are ok considering the...More
This is part of the Taj Holiday Village hotel.. and you can notice the GIANT banyan tree as you pass by this property towards Fort Aguada. The restaurant is just below the banyan tree and gives you a superb view.. We took an outside seating...More
The Banyan Tree in Taj Holiday Village is my favourite restaurant in any of the Taj properties and a jewel in the crown for the Taj group. I have been here several times and it is simply the best you can expect. Taj always puts...More
After a pleasant greeting it starts to fade. Food service was excellent, unfortunatly the quality of the food was not. Overcooked, under seasoned. Anyone can write a great menu, however cooking it to spec is another ballgame. Have had better takeaways at home. We were...More
Arriving at this restaurant after nearly 18yrs, i noticed much hadn't changed! the very same warmth in service and the vibe of a rare kind reminded me of the good times of my previous visits. Their signature raw papaya salad and roasted chilli prawns which...More
Banyan Tree is accessible both from outside and from within the Taj Holiday Village. The location under Banyan Tree is ideal for a quiet evening sampling the excellent Thai dishes from menu.
Visited here in January 2017 for a good friend's 30th birthday. We were told you *must* have a reservation, but there were literally only two other tables seated. So either this was a seasonal thing or we were very early (8pm.) The wait staff was...More
Great food, great ambiance - a must visit to taste the delicacies served here. We had a few dishes of seafood - all good and the setup was romantic.