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Set your alarm for the 'After Seven' experience. A fine dining restaurant that dots the Las Vegas style Candolim belt. Ambience and continental favourites.....and if at the end of the meal you have the tendency to gurgle with glee, then sit under a tiled canopy by the fountain, no one will tell the difference. Come seven and the place is rocking. No food will be dished from a degchi, phutta-phut...it's fine dining. Squids in lemon grass dressing, the starters are served with style and flair. Try the gruyere cheese souffle right from the oven, but remember to dip your spoon right in before it sinks…oh yes it is stuffed with a lot of hot air...and the taste? Whoosh!! But before it enters your oral cavity remember to lace it with a little of the grape coulis from the side. The combo is lip-smacking good, but there are more appetisers worth trying too - the. Beef Satay along with the kebabs, and the chicken and lamb both are popular preparations too. The beautiful open air garden lulls you into timeless space as you wait for the mains. The Grilled Chicken with its orange and ginger dressing, or the grilled sea food platter. Or try the pomfret served with beurre blanc flavored with tarragon, the sauce aromatic, smooth and lightly creamy. Don't forget the ever popular Fillet Steak char grilled to perfection served with freshly made bearnaise ,vegetables of the day and mash flavored with nutmeg. There is a lot at 'stake' in this regard, to pamper those taste buds. And then the fitting finale, Proprietor Leo D'Souza with Chef Lester have brought in continental delicacies wrapped in exclusive presentations... end the meal with a home made chocolate mousse flavored with kahlua or the grand marnier infused orange souffle. Mouth watering bliss! Wind up with an Espresso Martini, an after dinner drink which gurgles sweet nothings as it slides over your tongue and rocks your senses. Even that sensation causes no 'alarm'.

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Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy belt out the blues under the canopy of a badam tree with suspended globes, two terraced courtyards and beautifully lit landscaped gardens to define the mood for your evening. The place - the Stone House at Candolim. It is so called because it is made of local stone laterite. Proprietor Christopher D'Souza's collection of Blues — more than 500 CDs - competes with the tasty delicacies. Eric Clapton croons Come on in my kitchen. On the aperitif's side there is Guacomale with Papadoms and Tzaziki with Papadoms. Or the Grilled Mushrooms wrapped in bacon on a skewer, served with jacket potatoes, accompanied by a hot poie with butter garlic and parsley. As you feast on this fare, you don't need Bob Marley's Positive vibration to tell you that this is one place that would put you in a mellow mood. The cool dude items are the Tiger Prawns in Lemon Basil Sauce, the Whisky Steak…After that I am sure Bob Marley's Get up stand up would gel just right: the Chicken and Pineapple Kebabs glazed with a honey sauce are worth a mention. If Eric Clapton's Sea of joy is being rendered, the seafood here brings joy to the taste buds of the diners. Ensconced in comfortable cane chairs, one will hear the discreet bustle and movement of patrons swapping titbits. The music soaks into your very fibre and time flies. Before you know it, the lyrics of Buddy Guy's Midnight train will tell you that the witching hour is at hand. If you are "stoned" out of your mind at the Stone House, blame it on the music, ambience and food. It is a perfect way to blow away your blues.

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