Wednesday, January 21, 2015

The Mouth-Watering Cuisine of Goa

Call it a 'Tourist's Paradise' or 'Pearl of the Orient’; Goa is certainly a place where many travellers in the world love to spend their vacation. It is a small state on the western coast of India, which forms a part of the Konkan region. Vast expanses of scenic beauty and historic places make Goa one of the most favoured travel destinations among numerous tourists. Its rich culture and a laid-back atmosphere attract large number of people from different corners of the world every year.


Another great aspect of Goa is its fabulous cuisine, which offers a good variety in some lip-smacking dishes. All these delicacies have their share of Indian and Portuguese influences. Goan dishes make generous use of local spices, coconut, and the 'Kokum' fruit. Staple diet of Goan people is rice and fish curry. A variety of chilli called 'Peri Peri' is used in some Goan dishes, to make them spicy and delicious.
Some of the mouth-watering local cuisines can be enjoyed by tourists along with other popular dishes during their time spent in this region. Multi-cuisine restaurants of the best hotels in Goa include most of the local delicacies on their menu, besides all the other popular cuisines.

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