-By Odette Mascarenhas
Located on the first floor of a 71-year-old Portuguese house, Peppers is only a couple of seasons old and doing well. The place has been refurbished to suit modern tastes and specializes in Goan and Portuguese cuisines. We recommend their authentic Goan dishes like Garlic Chilli Tongue, Pork Chilli Fry, Baked Stuffed Crab, Beef Roulade, Sorpotel and Sannas. The home-made spices give the food an authentic taste, making it a welcome change from hybrid versions of Goan and Portuguese food served elsewhere. The Chicken Cafreal, Chciken Bhuna and Beef Steak are not bad either. You can sit at the balcony, and have a drink, nibble on some starters and see the beauty of timeless Goa unfurl before your eyes.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Why I go to Peppers is for its balcony. There is nothing special at this place; average food, ordinary service and not so cool ambiance. But having food in the balcony is like an amazing feeling. Garlic Chilli Tongue, Pork Chilli Fry and Baked Stuffed Crabs, that all for me. I don’t like other things much and usually I avoid them. Service is fine; you won’t feel special over there. You might have to repeat the order. It is an ordinary place.
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