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Vagator Travel Guide

Eating & Drinking

Eating in Vagator is an unforgettable experience, especially with seafood. The usual food is based in fish rich Vagator specialties; in addition some restaurants serve Indian dishes. In Vagator is available a sweet Goan delicacy called Bebinca, made from tender coconuts.

You can find many restaurants and cafes in Vagator, which serve variety wildly of menus and prices, and an equally dramatic turnover of chefs. Most of the restaurants are scattered along the main road and the back lanes that lead to Orzan Beach, and some seafood joints behind Big Vagator Beach. Foreign tourist frequent to stick to the pricier ones lining the road through the village, to difference of the local tourist that prefer the more impersonal, cheaper places down on the beach itself.

The variety of restaurants that you can find in Vagator with different prices and menus is big; below is listing some of them: Abu John's Restaurant, Alcove Restaurant, Baskin "31" Robbins Restaurant, Helinda, Israeli restaurant, Jolly Jolly Lester Restaurant, Julie Jelly Restaurant, Kumar Restaurant, Lobo's Restaurant, Mango Tree Bar & Restaurant, Mahalaxmi Restaurant, Moon Dance Restaurant, New Dynamite Restaurant, Old Dynamite Restaurant, Potala, Primrose Café and Restaurant, Ram Das Swami Restaurant, Salt & Pepper Restaurant, Sea Green Restaurant, Tibet O-Live, Tin Tin, Why Knought? Restaurant, and Yak Restaurant.

Some bars and nightclub where you can pass a great night are: Loot Discotheque, Nine Bar, and Primrose café.

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