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In the midst of all the restaurants in the city of Goa – be it Italian, French, Chinese, Indian and so on, when one craves for Burmese food, Bomra’s is the best bet. Set alongside the busy streets of Calangute, chef-cum-owner Mr Bomra opens the restaurant door only in the evenings making it a ‘strictly for dining’ place. Bomra’s is modestly furnished with only basic accessories, low cane chairs and paper lampshades, their main focus being on serving excellent, superior-quality food.

To start with, the fried Shan Tofu which is made out of gram flour is served with tamarind soy sauce, and the mouth-watering spicy rare Beef Salad seasoned with basil, mint leaves, coriander leaves and sprouts. If you go for the main course, do not miss out on the Mussel Curry served with coconut milk and lemon grass, Pork Belly coupled with cashew nut crust, and the sumptuous steamed Snapper Lemon Grass served with chilly fish sauce, as well as jaggery (or unrefined sugar) served on the top of banana leaf in a wooden platter. For desserts, Bomra’s has got specialties such as Chocolate Fondant and homemade Vanilla ice-cream worth looking for. While you may only relish Khow suay (or steamed rice) on Wednesdays, it is advisable to make reservations during the peak season.

Fort Aguada Rd., Souza Vaddo, opposite Kamal Retreat, Northern Panjim

Cuisine Style:

Price Range:
Main Course: INR 90 – 250
Dining Service:
7 days open

Dining Hours:
7:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Popular Dishes:
Homemade fried Shan Tofu, rare Beef Salad, Mussel Curry, Pork Belly, to name a few

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