The menu is extensive and caters for specific foreigners who need a western food fix (with western prices to match) and perhaps miss fussy culinary offerings. It is packed with bare shoulders, skimpy beach wear and Y- Gens fixed in front of planet smart phone curating Facebook, and a few visitors eating food previously unknown in India. It is worth a visit but it is not Goa or India in any cultural sense. As smoking is not prohibited here- depending on the crowd - you may need to get used to the smell of being independent once again.
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