Candolim restaurants

Top Choice Cafe in Candolim

Café Chocolatti

The lovely garden tearoom at Café Chocolatti may be on the main Fort Aguada Rd, but it’s a peaceful retreat where chocolate brownies, waffles and banoffee pie with a strong cup of coffee or organic green tea taste l…
Top Choice Burmese in Candolim


Wonderfully unusual food is on offer at this sleek little place serving interesting modern Burmese cuisine with a fusion twist. Aromatic dishes include Bomra's mussel curry, chicken pho or Burmese rice and noodle sa…
Asian in Candolim

Republic of Noodles

For a sophisticated dining experience, the RoN at the Lemon Tree Amarante delivers with its dark bamboo interior, Buddha heads and floating candles. Seeking to re-create Southeast Asian street food, you’ll get delic…
Supermarket in Candolim


If you’re desperately missing Edam cheese or Marmite, or just want to do some self-catering, Newton’s is Goa’s biggest supermarket. There’s a good line in toiletries, wines, children’s toys and luxury food items. Th…
Steak in Candolim

Stone House

Surf ‘n’ turf’s the thing at this venerable old Candolim venue, inhabiting a stone house and its leafy front courtyard, with the improbable-sounding ‘Swedish Lobster’ topping the list, along with some Goan dishes. I…
Thai in Candolim

Banyan Tree

Refined Thai food is the trademark of the Taj’s romantic Banyan Tree, its swish courtyard set beneath the branches of a vast old banyan tree. If you’re a fan of green curry, don’t miss the succulent, signature versi…
Italian in Candolim

Tuscany Gardens

You can easily be transported to Tuscany at Candolim’s cosy, romantic Italian restaurant with check tablecloths and imported wine. Perfect antipasti, pasta, pizza and risotto are the order of the day; try the seafoo…
Seafood in Candolim

Fisherman's Cove

The corner streetside Fisherman's Cove is always busy thanks to a strong reputation for its seafood and Indian dishes. The food is good but its popularity can mean slow service or a wait for a table. Regular live mu…
Goan in Candolim

Viva Goa!

This inexpensive, locals-oriented little place, also popular with in-the-know tourists, serves fresh fish and Goan seafood specialities such as a spicy mussel fry. Check the market price of seafood before ordering.