Top 10 north indian Restaurants in Goa

North Indian on your mind? has handpicked the top ten North Indian restaurants across Goa just for you. The restaurants on our top ten list serve the most authentic North Indian food in Goa. Get helpful insights into menus, cuisines, see how critics rate the restaurant, read reviews, find out how they are priced, check out the map on how to get there and much more on This list of Top 10 Restaurants aims to be a complete guide to the cream of restaurants across Goa

Vihar Restaurant #1

This is a popular, café-style pure vegetarian restaurant packed throughout the day with advocates from the neighbouring courthouse and others because of their affordable snacks and food. There's something for everyone here. For snacks, there are the Punjabi Samosas, which come with chutney and a variety of dosas. They also serve the Goan Patal Bha...more»

Redonda - The Food Circle #2

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...more»

Satkar Pure Vegetarian Restaurant #3

Looking for a pure vegetarian meal in the heart of Panaji at affordable prices? Check out the friendly and conveniently located Satkar restaurant. They have a long multi-cuisine menu, with the South Indian dishes being the specialities. Try the innovative Chilli Idli Fry for a different take on the popular rice cakes from the south. One of the high...more»

Latitude @ Vivanta Panjim #4

It's the Latitude at the Vivanta by Taj, where Chef Sahil Desai serves his signature North Indian, Goan and Italian fare. The flavours, the aromas and the live cooking sounds they all come together in a fine harmony. Dig in. Be thrilled. Rise to the occasion. And while Sundays are supposedly a day of rest remember the taste buds do not need one too...more»

49er's #5

It is bright, colourful, multifunctional, it is the 49er's. Housed in Hotel Seacoin on the busy Colva Beach, 49er's is a popular restaurant among tourists and in-house guests. It starts with the entrance, a fast food counter serving snacks, pizzas and sweets. Enter the gate and your eyes are drawn to the red backed chairs and cozy ambience. This mu...more»

Shree Sagar #6

Shree Sagar on a leaf as the logo symbolizes is a pure vegeterian restaurant in Calangute and is owned by the same management that runs the popular Sagar Kinara in Colva and Scirocco Bar in Baga. Popular with tourists, this two-storey restaurant is pleasant and spacious with large glass windows allowing plenty of natural light to fill the place. Th...more»

Casa Menino #7

This is the only real fine-dining restaurant in the Ponda area and offers a multi-cuisine menu in an elegant, subdued setting, with bright lighting. It's a good place to try authentic Goan food, specially the Chicken Cafreal, the spicy, tangy, Goan-style grilled chicken coated with a thick green sauce served here with chips and salad. Their Cafreal...more»

Carnaval #8

Carnaval is the Indian speciality restaurant at the Ramada Caravela Beach Resort. They do a smattering of dishes from all over the country but it's mostly rich and spicy North Indian curries like Chicken Tikka Masala, Dal Makhni, Murgh Makhani Masala, paired with some hot and fluffy naans and rotis that people come here for. It's lamb, chicken, fis...more»

Waves #9

An apt heading for the lazy chilled out experience. Holiday Street in Calangute flows with a mass of humanity, and the place aptly called Waves, attached to Dr Subodh Kerkar's gallery. It's a warm, cosy bistro-style restaurant with a chattai panelled roof, and the bar showcasing a mirrored design…a la Subodh. The inner courtyard under a leafy can...more»

Picnic Restaurant & Bar #10

Come rain or sunshine, this is one budget eatery that caters to every taste. Nelson Heredia started this venture 13 years ago and his multi-cuisine menu has much to offer for everyone's 'picnic' hamper. Try the Prawn Reichade Masala Fry The prawn masala is ground with local spices, a recipe of Nelson's mother-in-law. The prawns are fresh and cooked...more»

Pakiza Restaurant #11

Pakeeza is a homely, family restaurant run by a Muslim family, where the ladies do the cooking. Although they offer a limited menu, it is difficult to find a place at lunch time at this small eatery. They serve some delicious Chicken and Mutton Biryani and a satisfying, home-style Kingfish Curry Rice Thali. The other two items available are Veg Tha...more»

Casino Motels Bar & Restaurant #12

Located in a quiet lane near the O'Coqueiro junction on the road to Calangute, this resto-bar is a good place to head to if you're in the Porvorim area and want some heart-warming food. They offer good Goan fare. Ignore the not-quite-good décor and setting of the first floor eatery for the sake of digging into some of the best Goan food in the are...more»

Hotel Manvin's #13

There are splendid views of Panaji and River Mandovi from this rooftop terrace restaurant in the heart of Panaji. They also serve some delicious food at very down-to-earth prices, so you can have a good time without feeling the pinch. One section is devoted to a sports bar, so there's a giant screen where one can watch all the action. They've maste...more»

Biryani Palace #14

Located on the busy Anjuna beach main road, Biryani Palace is popular with the foreign crowd for its biryanis and kebabs. The setting is informal and a good, value-for-money place with the food quality being average and the portions decent. With eight types of Biryani being preparaed (chicken, mutton, fish, prawn, calamari, vegetable, mushroom and ...more»

Big Pecker's Bar & Grill #15

It's a small place in a busy crowded street and could be swamped by neighbouring eateries. The name is a misnomer — Big Pecker's is a small alfresco restaurant which has been there for a long while catering namely for British tourists on the busy Calangute market. A small inner restaurant with a few sidewalk tables….take care you are seated on ...more»

Angaara #16

Great ambience - this open-air restaurant on the road leading to the Candolim beach is always abuzz with diners. Angaara is one of the busiest restaurant in this small cosy lane in the evenings. Though the menu is small, they have excellent Indian and Goan fare, and a lot for vegetarians as well. Don't miss their Chicken cooked with different masla...more»

Moti Mahal #17

Moti Mahal makes its presence felt in a place where it's hard to find North Indian food. This multi-cuisine restaurant in the heart of Panaji is somewhere to refuel after a tiring shopping spree on MG Road. The Butter Chicken, Chicken Tikka Masala, Chicken Shashlik and Mutton Rogan Josh are popular here. From the Goan and Chinese section you can or...more»

Hilltop #18

Hilltop is famous for its legendary New Year rave parties that go on for over three-four days and nights without break. They have a multi-cuisine menu with Goan and North Indian delicacies. We recommend the Goan Fish Curry Rice with Fried Fish or Goan Sausage Chilly Fry made of a particularly good-quality sausage. Picks of the North Indian menu are...more»

Firangipani #19

This open-air grill at the top level of Sun Village resort overlooks the hills and a lovely landscape. Here you can gorge on steaks with different sauces, Hawaiian Roasted Chicken, Mixed Vegetable Sizzlers and assorted kebabs followed by Chocolate Walnut Brownie or Hawaiian Pineapple complete the grill and barbecue menu here. Frangipanni comes aliv...more»

Mirch Masala #20

If one is to analyse the cuisine which will feature the chili as one of its main ingredients, the Indian cuisine wins hands down. But Mirch Masala, the fine dining Indian restaurant at Hotel Fidalgo, has taken the concept of Indian cuisne to a different level. Every occasion is a celebration and the diner imbibes the tradition and spontaneity of ra...more»

Alcove Restaurant & Bar #21

This place has worked on the right combination for mind, body and is a heavenly cove for rejuvenation. Nestled up on a hill with a breathtaking view of the sea and swaying coconut palms, is the picturesque Alcove. The ambience is sophisticated yet rustic. You can sit there breathing in the salted sea breeze as your mind reaches into its i...more»