-By Odette Mascarenhas
One of the better seasonal beach shacks in Morjim, the setting here is quite exciting and complemented by ambient trance music playing all the time. There are different seating and lounging areas, with straight-back chairs or easy chairs. An experienced bartender concocts around 28 types of cocktails, mostly vodka-based. At times during the season, live bands (mostly from Brazil) play. You can watch a movie every night on the large projector screen. The food on offer is best described as modern Russian-world fusion food. Combine any of the meat dishes with a potato dish, the Russian staple, and you have a complete Russian meal, which is prepared by a Russian chef. The food quality is quite good, with above-average prices to match. Try the Baked Calamari here, with the flavoursome fish in an unusual avataar. Their awesome lobsters, served in a variety of international styles, sell like hot cakes in spite of the prices. They also serve good beetroot salads and soups, like a Beetroot Borscht. This is gourmet dining on the beach.
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Bora Bora shack is a favorite of many due to its beauty and different seating arrangement. I, on the other hand, like this place because of its cocktails collection and Russian food variety. The potato rich food tastes different from any other food that I have tried in the city and that adds complete new style to their food. Also their Bakes Calamari and seafood dishes are quite a delicacy to try. Bora Bora is seasonal and their food is something one should not overlook.
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