Who said that Goa is not active in the rains? And one does not need the pubs or entertainment venues to have fun. The ladies got together…watch those smiles. This was clicked before the repast.
A baker’s dozen, 12 apostles…well for them food is religion. And here was the hostess Zee Singh with her ‘mouth watering’ preparations.
And if you think that Parsi food is unavailable in Goa…Prawn Patio, Mutton Pulao, Sali boti Yuum! Now think again.
And the dessert…watch yours truly sneak a hand much before the others do.
It was late afternoon or perhaps early evening, when we decided to call it a day. There would be time to work on those calories…right now it did not matter.
Now here is a Mall that tempts one to spend a day at leisure. The Mall de Goa, from brands to movies…a bowling alley to children chugging around for a ride in a toy train…it’s action packed.
But there is a small exciting ‘undiscovered’ place in the food courtyard- The Pan Asian Hut. Sandwiched between known brands it was indeed a pleasure to try out some of those goodies at ‘value for money’ prices…bandwidth Rs 150/- to Rs 250/-
Take the soup…perhaps a filling repast…the Laksa. Every ingredients speaks of quality. Or the Nasi Goreng. Gosh that portion..the smaller version looks big enough for two.
Harking back for a Green curry? The Thai Green curry is awesome.
The range of adjectives seems to be dimishing….but for some crunchy, snacky preparations take a look at this golden fried crusts.
Last but not the least…the dimsums. Yes Chef Prasad Paul has got his ‘funda’s’ right. This Hut is sure to make you scream…’hut..hut..hut’…there is space for more.