The restaurants at Taj Holiday Village Resort & Spa keep up with the ever expanding, ever changing experience of the beach destination. Treat your taste buds to something new and exciting every day. We’ll make sure that you look forward to every meal with inspiring flavours and intriguing aromas.
A contemporary approach to Goan-Portuguese cooking traditions makes Beach House one of our most sought-after restaurants. Chef Rego leverages an astounding 47 years of experience at the Taj to add a flourish to iconic dishes like xacuti and vindaloo, using indigenous produce like kokum, palm vinegar and parboiled rice.
Dress code-Smart Casual
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Executive Chef Sahil Desai started his love affair with food at an early age. He picked it up from his Grandfather and Father who both had a flair for cooking. What started off as a hobby turned into a profession for Chef Sahil. With a Bachelors degree in hotel management from WGSHA – an ITC institute – he joined The Taj group of Hotels (with Taj Baroda) in 2003. And there was no looking back. He has conducted various food festivals in India and overseas and has acquired many a feather to his cap. After moving on to Taj Chandigarh, he went to Florida, in the USA, to pursue further education in the culinary arts, where he gained a great deal of knowledge about western food. He rejoined the Taj group at Vivanta Panaji, Goa. Here he’s had the privilege to delight celebrities and international dignitaries including royalty and corporate leaders. He is well known for his dynamic personality and the passion he delivers through his food.
Morisco has fresh written all over it! This elegant grill, overlooking the Candolim-Calangute-Baga beach stretch, serves fresh seafood. Our Chefs offer the finest preparations from continental and Goan cuisine. You will be spoilt for choice! The live interactive kitchen works wonders with the freshest seafood. Try resisting the tiger prawns and lobsters.. Come, experience seafood like never before.
Allora! All Italian. If that’s what you want, this is the place. The illumination, the paintings on the wall and the chimney in the centre of the restaurant add to the rustic charm. Il Camino means The Chimney in Italian. The circular shape of the restaurant gives it an easy flowing feel.
All-day Delicious. You don’t step out to dine; you step-in to gain an experience. Kokum Kitchen spoils you for choice by offering you a fascinating range of continental, oriental, Goan and North Indian cuisine.
Named after legendary Goan Chef Miguel Arcanjo Mascharenhas, this fine dining restaurant is your stop for a meal . Savour a finely curated Goan menu that truly brings out the full local flavour. The restaurant also features a lively show kitchen.