Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Goa

There are plenty of Indian and foreign travelers prefer to have Indian vegetarian delicacies as a regular or for a change.  There are so many vegetarian dishes which are originating from different Indian regional states, like South Indian dishes Idli-Sambar, Wada-Sambar and crispy Dosas served with tasty chutney; North Indian Paneer and Veg curries with Indian Rotis makes a wonderful vegetarian treat. One must not miss the Gujarati and Rajasthani style vegetarian food to have an outstanding flavor in different dishes. In Goa you will get good vegetarian dishes in these hotels.

Bhojan Restaurant:

Bhojan hotel

This a perfect restaurant if you are looking for a Gujarati and Rajasthani style cuisines in Goa India. Bhojan, a part of Fidalgo’s Food Enclave, offers the best Gujarati or Rajasthani thali in Goa. Each thali is served with plenty of delicious veg dishes that include rotis, curries, starters like Gujarati Dhokala, chutneys and varieties of rice items accompanied by tasty buttermilk or lemon juice. With a well maintained interiors and prompt  services by the staff, its surely a good experience altogether. Meal for two would be about INR 800. Restaurant is located in 18th June Road, Panaji Goa.

Jalsa Restaurant:

Jalsa Goa

This is a wonderful restaurant located in North Goa with awesome taste of Gujarati, Rajasthani and Jain thalis (combination of recipes served together). The restaurant has beautiful interiors with a nice pleasant ambiance. It serves special desserts and special dishes originating in Rajasthan state of India -Dal Baati with Churma. Jalsa is a pure vegan restaurant and it is situated in Resort Rio in Arpora. They also serve a ‘Jalsa’ Thali which is a combo of the two royal Indian cuisines. Located in Bardez, the meal for two would cost around 1000 to 2000 INR as you chose your plan.






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