Situated in a quiet, serene corner of Arpora with a view of the Baga coastline across the fields and ponds, Mama Mia sits on the first floor of the newly opened Resort Rio, with the pool down below if you sit out on the balcony. Italian chef Felice Rainone presides over the kitchen. What you get is authentic Italian food on the wide ranging menu which has everything from salads, bruschettas, soups, pastas, main courses, risotti, desserts, pizzas et al. The chef's speciality is seafood, so go for the grilled fish dish Grigliata de Pesca (Rs. 1,050) which has an assortment of fish in Italian herb marinades or the exotic seafood pasta Aragosta E Gamberi, which is whisky flambeed lobster and prawns. They also serve chicken, pork and beef main courses with the subtle flavours of Italian sauces. Some of the chef's specials serves two people. The Raviolli Gorgonzolla explodes with the flavours of walnuts and cheese. Or go for something simpler like Pasta Bolognese, the spaghetti with beef mince sauce. The flavours are just right, and they say their pizzas are the best in India, though that may be debatable.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
The open air Mama Mia bar was the place where me and my friends raised a toast to mark a special occasion. With make the special occasion extra ordinary their food menu is also very much apt with dishes like Seafood platter and Prawn Bisque. The menu looks a bit limited but whatever they prepare are near perfection and apt for the taste buds. Mama Mia is going to be a memorable place for us all after that awesome celebration.
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