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Castaways, the seasonal poolside restaurant at the Ramada, is a good bet for daytime fun. The setting is magical, with the pool on one side and the sea roaring across the gardens on the other side. The swaying palms and the gentle sea breeze seem to rid you of all inhibitions. There's live music every night. The succulent Chicken Tandoori from the grill, Seafood Tandoori and tender barbequed meats and veggies like paneer rule the roost. They also serve some Goan items. Many visit this place to make the most of their daily changing theme buffet featuring a variety of cuisines.

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Shades of blue, this fine dine restaurant gives on a feel of a refreshing coolness. From the tiled floor to the shimmering pillars and the deep blue sea you can see from the huge glass windows. This is Latitude at Fort Aguada, the stunning restaurant located in the centre of the hotel at the ground floor level near the pool. Although the multi-cuisine restaurant operates primararily as buffet style for its in house guests, it does have an a la carte menu that goes with its 'All Day Dining' concept. Order from the 'Tingles' section, a Classic sparkler. This is by the way the bar menu. Cognac, angostura bitters, cube sugar and sparkling wine. Try the Mr Jacks Iced Tea (rum, vodka, jack daniels, triple sec, sweet and sour mix topped with cola' Never stop to wonder why it is called Terrific. The menu has something for everyone. Comfort food — old favourites like the Italian Minestrone, Spaghetti Carbonara or the Crème Brulee. Or go to the mains section. For Appetisers try the Tangy Prawn Cocktail or the Cornucopia (grilled zucchini and artichokes with a black olive pesto). Try their signature preparatyion — Yakitori (teriyaki marinated grilled breast of chicken with soba noodles). From the Indian section, vegans will love the Batata Banastari (a region in Goa) or the Cashewnut and sprouted moong dal. Go Conti with the Grilled Vegetable and Mascarpone Cheese Tian. The delicate blend of grilled skinned tomatoes or baby eggplant, peppers, mascarpone cheese topped with basil pesto, drizzled with aged balsamic vinegar. You'll love it. And during season, the Sunday brunches are filled with food, fun and frolic. It is a time when non residents aim to dispel the post week blues with the buffet spread and music. Sure to lift ones very own 'latitude' and take them to another plane.

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