Craving Burmese Cuisine In Goa? SOPO Goa Offers Authentic Flavours & Yummy Cocktails!

by Mallika Khurana
Craving Burmese Cuisine In Goa? SOPO Goa Offers Authentic Flavours & Yummy Cocktails!

Goa never fails to be our pleasant escape every time we’re in need of rejuvenation. To lift our spirits when the struggles of daily life wear us down, the serene beaches, tranquil sunsets, and tropical vibes work wonders. These trips are often filled with delectables that not only feed your mouth but also your soul. With a similar agenda, SOPO has come to town as a mastermind of Burmese flavours.

SOPO Invites You For An Artsy Evening

Located in Assagao, this beautiful restaurant is in sync with the colonial Portuguese architecture in the area. It is a vibrant space, enhanced by magnificent artwork and lush greenery. From bold sculptures to bohemian accents, every tiny detail at the Burmese restaurant is to die for. Goa is all about beachy vibes and a laid-back setting, and SOPO stands true to all of it.

A day spent surrounded by people you love in a modest setting covered in greens counts as a perfect one. With a well-thought-out layout, the restaurant promises you many such days and more. When in Assagao, this has to be on your itinerary for a great time!

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Explore The Vast Burmese Palette

A restaurant that presents amazing flavour in every bite, SOPO is a heaven for all those who love Burmese cuisine. Even if you are unaware of all the delights it holds beyond the classic Khaw Suey, this is the best chance for you to visit the tasteful world of Burma. If you are looking to experience something different during your trip to Goa, don’t look beyond this amazing restaurant.

On a holiday, every meal deserves to start with a boozy sip. And to do it the right way here, you will have a long list of yummy cocktails like the Old Fashioned, Espresso Martini, Jalapeno Tequila Heaven, and more! For starters, the Burmese Pomello Thoke, Pickled Tealeaf Thoke, Banana Wrapped Asian Seabass, Burmese Fried Chicken, and Kachin Aubergine Steak are a must-try.

Go deeper into the Burmese flavours in main dishes like Chicken Basil Wok, Black Bean Prawn Wok, Mango Curry with Prawns or Chicken, Coconut Rice, and Pattie Noodles. Surely, you can never go wrong with the classic Ohn-No Khow Suey. Especially when it is your first time trying Burmese cuisine, this is the perfect place to start.

Go ahead, and add it to your Goa itinerary right away!

Where: Assagao, Goa
When: 12 pm – 11:30 pm
Cost: ₹1,400 (For two)

Cover Image Courtesy: Instagram/SOPO Goa