In the wake of the recent judgement passed by the Supreme Court of India, regarding the restaurants serving alcohol within 500 metres of the highway, we'd suggest that you call the restaurants to ensure whether they serve alcohol before you visit. Thank you.
Due to the roll out of GST from 1st July 2017, prices as listed in the menu at restaurants may be subject to change. We request you to check with the restaurant for any change before dining out or ordering in.
I have been to ‘Charcoal Grill’ several times and had pleasant feelings every time. So when I hear that ‘Goan Food Festival’ going on there, I don’t want to miss that chance. I went there with my friend. We ordered ‘Chicken Cefreal’ as starter; it comes with complementary beer pints. The plate had 14 diced boneless chickens, sautéed with spring onion, celery, green chilly and other condiments imparting its distinct taste and crispiness. We were desperately hungry & wolfed down most of it within a minute of it being put on table. A.C. was not working on the corner we sat, as soon reported the matter they change our seat.
As for the main course, the combination of ‘Goan Seafood Fried Rice’ and ‘Mutton Vindaloo’ was heavenly great. But the most I liked was the ‘Mutton Vindaloo’ cooked with full onions and had an awesome taste. If you are a sea-food lover, there's a whole lot of coastal veg. & sea-food to choose from. I am old customer of this restaurant from the 'Shraddha' days and had very intimate relation with Prince Bhai. The price isn't too high considering the food quality. I should definitely recommend everyone to give it a visit.