If there are a few places that almost define history with their ambiance, O’ Coqueiro hotel is one of them. The name O’ Coqueiro hotel literally translates to ‘the coconut tree’ in Portuguese. The place is quite old (it was established back in 1968) and a favorite among the locals for the authentic Goan, Portuguese dishes it serves. More than half of the population recognizes the place due to Charles Sobhraj connection, more than anything else. O’Coqueiro is known for being the first to serve Chicken Cafreal in Goa at the skilled hands of Chef Gines Viegas.
The seating arrangements are available both indoors and outdoors. It is a dimly lit place where the mood is completed with live performance and music that is organized for the entertainment of guests. The place is renowned for serving Chicken Cafreal for the very first time in Goa. It also has the international award for excellence in cuisine from the revered International Wine and Food Society, London to its credit.
Address: NH. 17, Near Coqueiro Circle, Alto Porvorim, Bardez, Penha de Franca, Goa 403521
Opening Hours: 12:30 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. and 6:30 P.M to 11:00 P.M. (on all days)
Contact Numbers: 098504 06198
Cuisine Types: Goan
Average Cost: INR 900 for two people
If you are in constant search of authentic Goan, Portuguese cuisine or are a seafood lover, the menu at O’ Coqueiro hotel is all you would like to see! Some of the regional Goan favorites are served here in the most authentic style. If you find the menu baffling, start with these-Beef Chilly fry, Pork Vindaloo, Pan fried Calamari, Fish ambotik, Beef Roast Tongue, Camarao O’ Coqueiro and Roast Pork. They are all welcoming even if you want to grab a quick bite in late hours of the night (post a party) or early hours of the morning. They have a full bar menu as well.