Sleeping in Arambol is quite simple. I will tell you about one of these places; the Dreamcatcher. This restaurant, yoga school, room and den is on Arambol Beach, north of Goa. There are quite a few sites, but this kitchen is very cheap, fresh and delicious, and they make fabulous shakes. The accommodation is more expensive across the beach in general (the cabins here can be up to 800rps, compared to 200rps paid in town) than inside the village, although it is also very easy to find a house if you ask. But here in the Dreamcatcher, you can also take yoga classes, enjoy table concerts, hear sitar and didgeridoo, and see some amazing sunsets while having a coffee milkshake and relaxing with friends. A lovely place.
Among the thousands of restaurants on the beach, this is the cutest. It is the perfect spot to chill out on the sofas, while watching the waves on the sea. It offers a great list of cocktails with Happy Hour at sunset, and a number of wonderful preparations of fresh fish. Try the Mango Tree Special!
This restaurant (located in Arpora) is only open in the evening. But we can also have lunch in the daytime version, which is a cafe and creperia, open from 9 to 3. We had two pasta dishes: fusilli with mushrooms and parsley, and papparedelle with pesto.They were cooked to perfection, and were just delicious! We also tried a chocolate crepe with mascrapone and strawberries, just as delicious. You can eat well here - a lunch for two people, without alcoholic drinks, for 1155 rupees. The only problem we found was a lack of serviettes on the table; we had to order them. The dinner menu is much broader, with a wide range of dishes.
Looking for a fulfilling breakfast, light lunch, healthy snacks, delicious pastries and best coffee in town to spend the day? This is the place in Panjim. French inspired for its quality, European in its atmosphere and definitely international for its feel, the food is as tasty as natural.