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Dwarka

south Goa

The food at Dwarka is simple and, when approached without expectation, quite delicious. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included in the price of the room, which is a good thing, since there’s virtually nothing nearby.

Breakfast is the usual choice of tea, coffee, local bread, eggs and fruit. The egg bhurji with buttered poi was perfect, and the fruit fresh and full of flavour. Filter coffee was strong and tasty, as was the masala chai.

Lunch and dinner are done in the buffet style, the dishes laid out at the side of the bar. Fresh seafood is plentiful, and highly recommended. The prawn curry we tried was excellent, as was the rawa fried mullet and deep-fried squid. Meats are accompanied by a decent selection of lentils, vegetables and salad.

There’s a small pizza oven built into the wall of the restaurant, and while the pizzas (chicken or veg) are far from gourmet, they satisfy a craving and have an endearingly old school beach-food quality to them.

There’s also a small day menu that features sandwiches, snacks like pakodas and papad, and pasta. The well-stocked bar is open all day long, and while this isn’t a party place, it’s definitely conducive to lazing on the beach beds with a beer, gin & tonic or mojito.

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Dining nearby

There are a couple of other beach resorts and shacks on Khola Beach, none anything to write home about.

To access another good restaurant you’d have to head to Agonda or Palolem. By road it’s quite an effort but they can be reached by boat very easily.

Sandy Feet in Agonda serves good Nepali food. Ourem 88 in Palolem is an extremely popular English run gastropub that’s always packed. Space on the Agonda-Palolem Road is an upmarket day café and deli set in the verandah of a beautiful Portuguese house, with a menu that includes organic juices, salads, sandwiches and cake.

 

Type Beach shack resort
Rooms 10
Children Yes
Closed May to October