Heading To Goa? Order Global Dishes From These Home Chefs For An Exquisite Experience

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by Sanjana Shenoy
by Sanjana Shenoy 2939

Foodies! Every time you visit Goa, you might have definitely gorged on fried fish from the beach shacks and prawn curry at beautiful Goan restaurants. But did you have the pleasure of biting into a homemade Mangalorean Prawn Gassi or finishing your meal with an authentic Portuguese custard tart? Well, let’s tell you how you can explore different global and Indian cuisines in the beach destination of Goa. Here are 6 home chefs who’ll take you on a roller coaster ride of flavours when you’re in Goa.

1. Eddie’s Sue My Way

When you’re in Goa, and you’re in a mood to experiment, then why not try out some authentic Burmese cuisine? IT-specialist turned chef, Edgardo (Eddie) Constancio Cruzet sells his signature Burmese Khao Suey here. You can order your choice of vegetarian, chicken or vegan version. Gluten-free noodles is also available. Slurp on a delicious bowl of noodles and broth filled with spices, veggies or meat. Order minimum 8 bowls of this sumptuous dish. And get it delivered for free within 5 km from Siolim.

Price: ₹550 onwards
Contact: 8080845189

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2. Kitch-Inn Stories

Dessert lovers! If you usually find yourself craving for the perfect dessert after a heavy meal, then let’s help you with this. At Malaika Ina Gracias’ Kitch-Inn Stories you can devour dishes from across the globe. The physiotherapist, who now has her own venture prepares global desserts for people who miss a taste of their own food in Goa. From crispy baklava rolls, kunafa to authentic Portuguese tarts and creamy tiramisu, you can get anything and everything sweet here. Do order your desserts, 48 hours in advance and receive it at your doorstep.

Picture Credits: Facebook/Kitch-Inn Stories

Price:600 onwards
Contact: 8329238562.

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3. Khavap Jevap

When it comes to super talented home cooks, Goa has plenty. Architect Shilpa Sardessai’s commercial venture Khavap Jevap serves you delicious Goan Saraswat cuisine. So, when you’ve had your fill of Sorpotel, Xacuti, give her dishes a try, which sure is a breath of fresh air. From Kaju Tondak, Moogacho Gathe to SakharBhat her dishes are traditional yet perfectly encapsulate the flavours of Goa. Apart from this she also makes great butter chicken and biryani. To know more, give her a call.

Price:700 onwards per kilo
Contact: 7498277893, 7020049945

4. The Family Legacy By Nusma

If you’re a true blue carnivore, we’ll give you plenty of delicious reasons to try out home chef Nusma Shaikh’s food in Goa. Packed with spices, flavours and tender meat, her dishes will transform you from the beaches of Goa to the bustling lanes of Hyderabad. Locals in Goa often order her wholesome biryani, mutton raan, chicken korma and cutlet pao. Do, order from her three days in advance, especially for bulk orders.

Picture Credits: Facebook/ The Family Legacy By Nusma

Price: ₹250 onwards 
Contact: 8888578158

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5. Kavita’s Mangalorean Randhap

You might think Goan and Mangalorean dishes taste similar since they both encompass the flavours of coconut. Yet, if you haven’t tasted authentic  Mangalorean food, then you cannot call yourself a foodie. When in Goa, order food from Kavita’s Mangalorean Randhap. Kavita Barretoprepares Prawn Gassi, Pork Bafat, Panpole and other authentic Mangalorean favourites. While her menu doesn’t cater to vegetarians, it’s truly a feature for non-vegetarians. You can order dishes from her 24 hours prior with a minimum order costing ₹600. Ring her up for more information.

Price: ₹30 onwards

Contact: 9764405055, 9764135055

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6. Marlene’s Tasty Treats

Portuguese food is something you rarely come across in India. But in Goa, you can definitely find little pockets of it. Take home chef Marlene de Noronha Meneses for instance. The former sales executive launched Marlene’s Tasty Treats to gives locals and tourists a taste of cakes and sweets prepared from traditional family recipes. From Portuguese custard tarts, Pork and chicken pies to the traditional almond cake, you can devour it all here. Place a minimum order of a dozen, 24 hours in advance. Pick it up from Fontainhas, and you’re good to go.

Picture Credits: Facebook/ Marlene’s Tasty Treats

Price: ₹500 onwards

Contact: 919890993700

So, foodies when you visit Goa with your gang, don’t forget to order these delicious dishes and desserts from home chefs. Devour it from the luxury of your gorgeous homestay and travel across the world through flavours.

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