Chapel of St Sebastian
Fontainhas is notable for being home to the pretty Chapel of St Sebastian, built in 1818. This small whitewashed church at the end of a...
Worth a look while walking around the district of Fontainhas, this bright gallery displays works by local and international artists. It...
The breezy 1st-floor restaurant at Panjim Inn is indeed on the balcony, with just a handful of finely carved tables and fine Fontainhas...
31st Jan Rd · interesting places nearby
Viva Panjim information
Well known to tourists, this little side-street eatery, in an old Portuguese house and with a few tables out on the laneway, still delivers tasty Goan classics at reasonable prices. There’s a whole page devoted to pork dishes, along with tasty xacuti and cafreal -style dishes, seafood such as kingfish vindaloo and crab xec xec, and desserts such as bebinca (richly layered Goan dessert made from egg yolk and coconut).
Fair drink prices and good service too.