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The quintessential Goan dessert Bebinca is named after its inventor – a Goan nun named Bebiana... pinned with @PinvolveLove

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Britto’s located on Baga, is possibly the most well-known restaurant in all of Goa. With tables laid... pinned with @PinvolveLove

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Spend this Sunday learning about the one thing which sets the Goan cuisine apart from the rest, and...

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Banoffee pie is a very popular dessert on the backpacker trail in India, thought possibly to have arrived as early as 1978 or 1979 with the influx of young westerners to the region, who shared their favourite comfort food recipes with the local restaurateurs who catered to them.[6] The banoffee pie is a fixture in most budget and tourist towns from McLeod Ganj in the northern Indian state of Himachel Pradesh to the resorts of Goa.

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"On my holiday to Goa in India, I was disgusted to find that almost every restaurant served curry. I don't like spicy food at all."

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A Quick Fact: Contrary to what is popularly believed, Vindaloo, a Goan dish, is not ‘aloo’ or potato based! The origin of the word 'Vindaloo or Vindalho' comes from a mix of two Portuguese words: vinho (wine) and alho (garlic)! So, remember this the next time you order it!

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Sunday Brunches are meant to be lazy, long-drawn, hearty, and of course delicious! Keeping all those things in mind, we bring to you our Sunday Brunch which promises all that and more!

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A little advice: Our Sunday Brunches are always big, long, and heavy, so a mini-diet starting right...

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Goan cuisine has heavily influenced by the Portugese who colonized the area back in the 18th and 19th centuries. The food leans toward a heavy use of chilli powder and utilizes the abundance of the sea, as Goa sits on the coastline of the Arabian Sea.

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