-By Odette Mascarenhas
Don't expect too much and you won't be disappointed at the slightly overrated Corinne's, located in a quiet corner of Candolim, down the same lane as Bob's Inn. Though they claim to offer the "taste of Goa", the menu is a happy mixture of Goan, North Indian and Chinese dishes. The ambience is alfresco and casual, and the prices lower than some of the leading Goan restaurants in the area. Try here the Fish Recheado or the Goan Prawn Curry Rice teamed with Goan Boiled Rice and Prawn Kismur, which is a concoction of dried prawns, it makes for a most satisfying meal. They also have all the classics like Pork Vindaloo and Chicken Cafreal. The brainchild of the late Goan architect Lucio Miranda, cousin of the famed Mario Miranda, Corinne's would perhaps have been a real celebration of Goan food if Lucio had not died suddenly on the eve of the restaurant's opening. Open throughout the year.
Review posted within last 6 month
After hearing much about Corinne’s I found it little disappointing. Anyways, I had Prawn Kismur which was ok and Prawn Curry Rice that tasted pretty fine. Corinne’s has nothing much in its interior that demands mention here.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Corinne's has a nice casual environment where you can have your food peacefully. They serve amazing fish recheado, pork vindaloo and chicken cafreal. Chicken is soft and really tasty. enjoy a piece of chicken slowly and you will surely love it. Along with this, prawns are amazing too. service is great too. waiters are fast and prompt. They know their duty and responsibilities very well. Overall a great place with amazing food.
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