On the west side of the Secretariat Building, you’ll find respite from the sun in the dusty Municipal Library, which houses some good...
If you’re a fan of our feathered friends, are keen to spot crocs, or are interested in getting to grips with Goan heritage, venture out...
Located about 500m southeast of Sat Burnzam Ghor and a fair climb up Monte Hill, Margao’s only hill, Mount Church is a simple...
Casa Penguim de Gelados
Tea and ice creams are really the thing here, but this clean, fan-cooled place also does a decent vegetarian thali and an array of dosas...
Luis Miranda Rd · interesting places nearby
Every day since 1950, quaint old Longhuino’s has been serving up tasty Indian and Chinese dishes, popular with locals and tourists alike. To thoroughly hark back to the ‘50s, order the tongue roast for ₹95 (and that doesn’t mean a very spicy masala) and follow it up with a rum ball (₹25) or a ‘Bolo sans Rival’ cream cake (₹25), and look out for daily Goan specials, which include ambot tik (a slightly sour but fiery curry dish) and balchao (a spicy meat curry). The food might not be tip-tip-top (though the Chinese is pretty good) but the atmosphere is well worth it.