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In the heart of Baga's activity, a long pebbled pathway bordered by swaying palms leads you to Fiesta. Yellow Mehra, has made contemporary fine dining the place to be frequented by one and all. Having trained under German chefs, Yellow has compiled a menu of European cuisine. But before you start on the delightful repertoire ask the Barman to belt out those fruit Margaritas (lemon, mango, strawberry or even a Blue Curacao one). If in the party frame of mind go for the shooters. The Flaming Beach (vodka and sambuca), the beach is still a stones throw away. Start with the Ceasars Salad, this classical preparation can also be served with chicken or bacon. It's the diners choice. Another great starter is the Caprese (Buffalo Mozzarella with tomato slices and Basil). And remember that there are enticing mains coming your way. The fish section is superb, especially the Fish Fillet au Gratin (herb crusted filet of fish baked in their very own wood fired oven). Besides seafood the Steaks, Chicken - a superb choice for the diner - but let us dwell for a moment on the Classic Pepper Steak. Fillet steak crusted with pepper on a mustard cream sauce topped with crispy onion chips; served with vegetables and oven baked mashed potato. If you visualize eating the crispy onion chips with the potato mash that will have its very own story to tell, but when accompanied by a morsel of succulent peppered meat with that coating of mustard cream sauce - the combo is mind blowing. With the wind ruffling through the damp tendrils of the hair after such a repast take a peek at the desserts listed on the menu. The Tiramisu or you can exclaim 'to die for' before you start with Death by Chocolate, a hot chocolate souffle served with cold chocolate mousse and vanilla sauce. Blow hot, blow cold - hot souffle, cold mousse - saucy yet demure, Yellow promises you a Fiesta all the way.

Updated yesterday

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  • 60% Complete (success)
  • Service
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  • Decor
  • 60% Complete (success)

This is a classy joint with sleek, minimalist decor. There's a small inner area and verandah-style sitting upstairs. It's a wonderful international menu you can expect here, with a smart selection of different favourites. It's one of the few places where you can get the Canadian Chicken Soup (as in the soup for the soul), the German Pea Soup and so on - all authentic and outstanding and available in decent portions. In starters, go for the Mussels Baked in shell with a cheesy white sauce, Italian style. Herb King Prawns, Bacon-wrapped Chicken and Chicken Makhmali Kebab are interesting options. There's a whole range of seafood available at decent prices King Prawns in tender coconut, being a great favourite. You'll also enjoy the steaks and chicken items like Dijon Chicken, Baked Chicken in white sauce, Pasta in crab Sauce and the famous French item, Baby Kingfish Provencal, which is fish broiled in European herbs and spices. The few Goan items are expensive and unremarkable. If not for anything else, come here for their excellent Tiramisu and Brownie Sizzler.

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