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Blue Planet Cafe Reviews and Ratings - , Agonda


Rated 5.0 by Soujanya Rai

Nestled in the midst of nature in a quiet location off Agonda, Blue Planet Cafe exudes peacefulness. Walking toward the cafe, there's a tiny village on the left side of the road and a large open field on the right. Further down the road is where the charming cafe sits idly, overlooking the expansive green field.  Decor: The decor is minimal with comfortable wooden chairs sporting blue cushions. In contrast to the blue, there is a long bench with orange cushions at the rear end. While the menu is displayed on a black chalk board, they also have a standard paper menu available. Food: From breakfast to lunch and dinner, there are plenty of choices for every meal. Dishes range from soups, salads, eggs to order, spreads and deserts to juices and smoothies. Most of the dishes have vegan alternatives.  I visited the cafe for breakfast where me and my friend chose scrambled eggs. I had my eggs with garlic, tomato and cheese. My friend took spinach, cottage cheese and garlic. The eggs came with 2 slices of toasted bread, herbed juicy tomatoes and a generous serving of butter. Both the dishes were delightful and melted in the mouth.  I've also tried the scrambled tofu which came with 2 slices of bread, caramelized apples and peanut butter. Among the fresh juices, beet-it was my favorite!


Rated 5.0 by Chris Conforti

Easily the best vegan restaurant close to Agonda and Palolem! Portion sizes are big and the food that comes out is absolutely delicious and incredible! The atmosphere is beautiful, you can order from the extensive and unbelievably tasty menu whilst watching the nearby monkeys swing by trees and the surrounding nature. The most relaxed we've been in any cafe/restaurant in Goa. The staff are extremely friendly and the Peanut Chocolate Banana vegan smoothie is unreal! Amazing!


Rated 5.0 by Gabrielle Raul

One of the best places to eat in Goa. The south being quite and peaceful, this cafe is a must visit for anyone looking for something different. Getting there is a whole experience by itself. The food is reasonably priced, and more importantly if you're vegan like me then Its you're place to be. The menu was a simple writing on the board, and the ambience was really serene. Unfortunately the place did not have power, but still what we had was great, especially the chocolate cake - which was brilliant. If you're a meat eater, you won't appreciate the beauty of this place. If you're a vegetarian and if you are in the south please visit, you won't regret it. - Raúl - vegan for 2 years from Chennai.


Rated 5.0 by Akhil Kudchadker

Amazing place amazing food amazing people. Seeing goans run this place makes me proud. The location is a bit in the hinterlands but all in all a fantastic experience. A great twist to being vegetarian.

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Rated 1.5 by Malvika Gupta

Bad breakfast Less quantity Donot evn think to try their lassi or American breakfast Only the ambience is ok with blue green bean bags and all