Cheap and cheery, this shack, bang on Baga beach is one of the more alluring on the belt. It has been around from the late 80s and it’s easy to see why it has survived when so many shacks have come and gone. The location is hard to beat, as although you still have the action and energy of Baga, you don’t have the crowds that throng the beach further down, towards Tito’s.

Walk down the Colonia Santa Maria or CSM lane as it is locally known and you’ll find Bosco’s with its bamboo and coconut shell decor. Open all day to take you through breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacking in between your dips in the ocean – Bosco’s has a fun tropical vibe. The owner Alex is friendly and always up for a chat and more importantly eager to serve. The food is good and really tasty, and surprisingly in seafood-mad Goa, even the vegetarian fare is delicious. Try the Dal Tadka, Paneer Makhani, naans and selection of salads, or opt for the famous pPrawn mMasala and mMutton xXacuti and you won’t be disappointed. With a wide selection of beers and beverages, seafood fresh from the sea and free sun-beds, Bosco’s is worth a visit.

Average meal for two: INR. 500.

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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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