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Siolim House

North Goa

Breakfast is complimentary and presented buffet-style in the dining area of the courtyard, enclosed by pillars and plants. It includes freshly cut fruit, muesli, cornflakes, Goan bread, toast with preserves, salad and organic farm eggs cooked to order. There is also one Indian dish (such as idli, upma or puri aloo) cooked every day.

Otherwise, the kitchen doesn’t have a fixed menu and you’re asked to let the cooks know beforehand if you’ll stay for lunch and dinner.

Lunch, which can be both Indian or Western is normally a light affair with an emphasis on fresh, local produce: expect hearty portions of salad, lentils, fish or chicken curry, vegatables, chapatis and locally grown red rice.

Dinner is more elaborate, a 3-course affair with a menu that changes daily according to market availability and the whims of the kitchen. Normally, it includes a soup or starter, a main course (grilled fish, tiger prawns, roast chicken, fish or prawn curry) dessert and some tea/coffee. Wine and beer can also be ordered with the meal, with a (growing) selection of alcohol that includes foreign and domestic options – we had a decent Portuguese red with our meal.



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There is no fixed menu and lunch and dinner options change daily depending on the chef and the produce available.

Recently, the house has started a special High Tea service running between 2 and 6pm where a selection of small pastries (operas, tartes, choux, eclairs) from the French pattiserie Delicieux are served along with tea and coffee in the open dining room.

Dining nearby

Though the village of Siolim is still quite local and relatively untouched by tourism, its close proximity to Goa’s coolest beaches and neighbourhoods means good food is never more than a 10-minute drive away.

In the neighbouring village of Assagao, a 5-minute drive south over the hill road, German-run day café Villa Blanche is an excellent option for light salads, quiches, cakes and coffee. On the other side of the same village lies the highly regarded Gunpowder. Set in the cool gardens of an old Portuguese house, it serves fiery, rustic coastal food from India’s southern states. Ciao Bella, on the Assagao-Badem road, serves high quality, authentic Italian food.

Further west towards the beaches of Vagator and the old hippie outpost of Chapora, Sakana is a wonderful Japanese restaurant that serves some of the best tuna teriyaki, sushi and home-style Japanese meat and tofu dishes in the land. Don’t forget to try their special wasabi-vodka, it’s the only place in the country that it’s found.

Also check out our guide to eating in Goa.

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