Places To Eat In Utorda

Whether it’s brunch, lunch  or dinner, Utorda has plenty  of options to choose from.  The more popular and hence  expensive and commercial  ones are a big tick for some  travellers. Be it Zeebop By  The Sea or Balton’s, you will  find plenty of people there.  However, this little village is a  treasure trove for proper food  lovers. Look no further, here’s  some of the best ones we’ve  handpicked for you. 

Gawin’s Restaurant and Pub 

Surrounded by wide open fields and silhouettes of distant hills, this one’s an  eatery with a view to die for. Gawin’s Restaurant lies just before reaching  Utorda, off the Verna Cansaulim Bypass. A huge space with stylish interiors  and a cool, airy atmosphere. They specialise in Goan, Indo-Chinese and  Continental cuisine. Some hit favourites include the Tongue Chilli Garlic,  the Thai Basil Chicken and the juicy BBQ Ribs. They even organise Karaoke  Nights and live music events every week. Don’t forget to try out their desserts  for the perfect happy ending. where to eat in utordaSurrounded by wide open fields and silhouettes of distant hills, this one’s an  eatery with a view to die for. Gawin’s Restaurant lies just before reaching  Utorda, off the Verna Cansaulim Bypass. A huge space with stylish interiors  and a cool, airy atmosphere. They specialise in Goan, Indo-Chinese and  Continental cuisine. Some hit favourites include the Tongue Chilli Garlic,  the Thai Basil Chicken and the juicy BBQ Ribs. They even organise Karaoke  Nights and live music events every week. Don’t forget to try out their desserts  for the perfect happy ending. 

The Camron 

A family run restaurant that  began twenty years ago as  a shack on the beach, The  Camron is currently run by the  second generation, Morgan,  an extremely friendly guy who  occasionally takes over the bar  to whip out a quick cocktail.  They use homemade spices  and vegetables sourced from  their very own farm. Food  slightly dated is handed over  to the families of the staff,  and vegetable waste goes into  the farm to nourish the crop.  Nothing goes to waste at The  Camron. Tap your feet to the  lovely selection of old classics  and enjoy the local flavours. 

Xaxticar 

This little Goan gem lies right  by the Utorda Beach. Though  the rains may prevent you  from experiencing the sun  and sand, the sound of the  waves can be heard loud  and clear. The interiors of  Xaxticar give the feeling of a  local beach shack in the 90s.  They specialise in Goan and  Seafood cuisine, even during  the monsoon. Sit back and  enjoy the pitter patter with a  chilled beer and an authentic  plate of Fish Curry Rice

JD’s Dine Inn 

An elegant restaurant  with interiors that  will transport you to  a different time! JD’s  Dine Inn is a multi-  cuisine restaurant with  specialties in every  category. Try out the  Indian JD’s Special  Chicken, a mouth-  watering blend of Butter  Chicken and Palak. Their  fully stocked bar along  with great food and  good music will ensure  you go home satisfied.  Live music and Karaoke  Nights are organized here  every week.

FAME 

In the mood for quality  dining? This specialty  restaurant at Planet  Hollywood Beach Resort  checks all the boxes for  one of the finest dining  destinations in South  Goa. An electrifying bar  experience perfectly paired  with a range of live Sushi  and Sashimi options. Their  menu features delicious  Nigiris, Sashimis, Temaki  and Sushi Rolls. Try  out the Stallone Spiced  California Rainbow or  the Chef Signature Planet  Roll. Familiar flavours,  yet exquisite and refined.  Guests can also reserve  the private dining area  for an intimate dinner  arrangement.   

For us at Planet-Goa, our team is driven by that feeling of exhilaration that one gets when discovering that something ‘unique’ and ‘new’ about Goa for our ever-so-discerning readers.

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Author: Planet Goa Team
For us at Planet-Goa, our team is driven by that feeling of exhilaration that one gets when discovering that something ‘unique’ and ‘new’ about Goa for our ever-so-discerning readers.

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