2006-01-26

Taste of Tibet - Calangute, Goa

RochetskeIf you're looking for a place to hang out with a bunch of friends for a really long time without doing much more than talking over a couple of beers, then this is the place. It's quiet, with not too many tables, and never gets crowded. They also have excellent momos.

The place is staffed by tibetan students and the menu cards and bill folders all have stickers proclaiming students for a free tibet. The boy who served us - Temzin - was a big Bryan Adams fan.

We tried Cashew Fenny and Rochetse - a kind of Momo Soup. The soup was yummy, and the momos hot. The fenny warming. A good start to eating out in Goa.

Blues rates it:
Food - Palatable
Service - To the point
Price - Not too hard on the pocket
Ambience - Dim, open, almost romantic
Overall - An interesting place

Recommendation - Definitely worth a visit even if you don't frequent it.

Getting there:
Go down towards Calangute Beach from the circle at Calangute Market. Once you pass the tourist hostel, look on the left of the road. It's a little tent like place in the compound. They sell T-Shirts at the entrance.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Didnt not like the food..Too bad..nothing like any tibetan / oriental food. I loved eating in Lhasa..food is so good..but this one is a disaster..Rats were present in the kitchen which nearly dropped into my plate..Yukkk...The manager didnt bother...

3:25 pm  

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