We had hunger pangs for the famous delicacy of Goan food so, we checked out this amazing restaurant.The platter consists of rice, papad, prawn curry, fish fry, clam curry (basically sea shells curry), dal, kokum drink (a bit sour taste), and payasam (kheer). Also, chicken xacuti and chicken vindaloo (both are bit spicy) are famous among Goan food.
3. Ritz ClassicWe came across this place when we were searching for an eatery to have lunch at, while sightseeing around Old Goa. After seeing good ratings for the Ritz Classic on Google & Zomato, we instructed our driver to take us there. And we were pleasantly surprised when he, too, enthusiastically informed us that this place is indeed very good!It was a Sunday, and the place was quite crowded, confirming the fact that it was indeed a popular joint. We ordered a few North-Indian dishes which were quite nice and tasty.But what proved to be the best part was the authentic Fish Thali that we sampled at the Ritz Classic. If you want to have fish thali in Goa, I would definitely recommend this place! The whole spread - including crab, prawns and a fried fish - was delectable and a must-have indeed!
Approximate cost : Rs 1000 for 2. 3. Infantaria, Baga.  Since I was a kid , I've always visited infantaria with my parents on all our Goa trips. We usually try and have atleast one breakfast and either lunch or dinner at Infantaria. I highly recommend this place especially for breakfast/ brunch. Their coffees are highly addictive, food is delicious, Ambience is great and deserts are worth putting on a few kilos.