Goa is one of the best places in India for a delicious meal. A mix of fresh seafood, Indian and Portuguese cooking styles and dishes from other countries including Greece and Mexico offers wonderful choices. A good proportion of the eateries occupy prime beachside locations. Biriani solachi kadi and mouth-burning vindaloo curries plus the dangar fishcakes are the flagships of local dishes. Pancakes, beer and fruit shakes are found on many menus. Tito's Lane in Baga is nightclub central with famous names such as Café Mambo and Cape Town.Shopping
There are shops selling souvenirs at all of the main beach resorts in Goa. Shoppers can buy colourful cotton sarongs, loose trousers and T-shirts. Religious statues, woodcarvings, bead necklaces, pictures, plates and even Goan cooking herbs are among other items. A trip to the Wednesday market in Anjuna is a must for tourists. Panjim’s 18th June Road has quite a few upmarket shops for a more peaceful shopping experience.