Brittos - Restaurant review
Us posing outside Britto's
It was a moonlit night when we reached Baga beach and the sea wasn’t that brash. The waves cordially kissed the shore and returned back. Since our visit to Goa this time, this was our second rendezvous with a decent sea, otherwise the tides were quite erotic in the monsoon current.
We had planned dinner in the famous restaurant of North Goa, ‘Brittos’, known for exotic Goan cuisine, karaoke and ambience. Besides it also renders an awe-inspiring sea view, so its eating and relishing the sea breeze in one go.
Although it was our fifth visit to Goa but surprisingly we had never visited this place before.
When you enter Brittos that first aspect that attracts your attention is the largeness of the place. This restaurant or shack, as you may prefer to refer is much bigger than most of the other places we have been to in Goa. There was an ongoing Karaoke and the ambience was extremely spirited and very Goa. I would recommend Brittos mostly for its indomitable aura.
All of us together
Now coming to food, I am not sure whether to blame the chef or our choice of dishes, but we weren’t very pleased with the taste.
We had ordered Kingfish prepared in red masala, but unfortunately the tomatoes were undercooked and tasted raw. So we chose chilli chicken to be on the safer side, but I found it tasting stale. The high point was the ‘drinks’ and all the mocktails were sumptuous and tasty.
The not so tasty food
The tasty drinks
So if are planning to visit Brittos, be careful with your choice of cuisine, or better have a talk with the crew before ordering instead of repenting later. Although the food failed to satiate our taste buds, I loved Brittos for its attractive decor, music and overwhelming sea view ambience.
The ambience around Britto's