Goa's Local Culinary Tour
Get ready to taste the authentic best food of Goa and feast your taste buds. Goa is known for its Portuguese influenced food culture, which is still alive and a visit to Goa is incomplete without trying this finger licking food.
- Walk in the lanes of Goa trying a variety of dishes.
- Enjoy the authentic delicacies of Goa.
- Understand the preparation of sweets & cuisine of Goa
Goa's got everything a hot tourist destination does: sun, sand, beach, churches, and most importantly food. Authentic Goan food is one of the biggest reasons tourists visit this state. Goans are emotional about their drink and siesta time but they are more emotional about their food. Goan food is spicy, tangy and largely non-vegetarian. Seafood, coconut milk, rice and spices are the main ingredients of Goan cuisine. The cuisine of Goa is heavily influenced by four hundred years of Portuguese colonialism.
- We will report by 12:00 pm or 6:00 pm (according to the time that you have chosen) at The legacy of Bombay, Altinho.
- After a quick introduction with the guide and the guests, we will start the tour.
- We will stroll through the lanes of the oldest food shops in Portuegese influenced state
- We will taste the local cuisine like Xacuti, sweet pedha, a variety of chats & cutlets.
- Sip a cup of masala tea in a clay pot.
- You will understand the preparation of most celebrated sweets of Goa.
- After 2 hours we will end the tour at MG road, Panjim with a delicious dessert.
- All guests are requested to wear comfortable walking shoes, sunglasses/sunscreen, umbrella, hats or scarf and camera if interested in photography.
- Children of 0-4 years of age (accompanied by an adult) are allowed to join for free.
- Tour involves a moderate amount of walking.
- The guests are requested to bring the following during the tour - Water bottle, camera and its accessories to you enjoy photography, sunglasses, sunscreen and umbrella (in case of rainy season or summers).
Meet-up Information/Reporting Point:
The legacy of Bombay, Altinho, Panjim