Its a railway themed restaurant set in a charming old portuguese house with amazing interior and murals on the walls. V ordered cheese fries, veg station roll and white sauce pasta.. the food was gud bt der is no much option for vegetarians... otherwise a great place to dine vd family and frns😊👍
3.0by Pranav Nadkarni
Chicken nachos are a must try. We had ordered a vegetarian quesa and chicken alfredo pasta. Both were good. The interiors are fascinating, with a 3-D painting of a railway station inside. Basically its a revamped Goan Portuguese house. Could be stifling during the day. However was pleasant at night. Reasonably priced.
2.0by Nandita Keni Shetye
We entered a completely empty restaurant but thought will try it as it was already way past our diner time... the ambience wasn’t very appealing as it was pretty dark with only few lights on. Surprisingly inspite of we being the first and only group to be served, the staff neither showed interest nor enthusiasm... we also got little help in menu selection. Nevertheless we ordered moctails,squids batter fry and two chicken main course. Squids were cold and not at all crispy. Chicken main course was ok. Cheese garlic naan was burnt on one side. When we finished and were about to leave another group entered and they decided to put on the lights to welcome them(?) Our visit had nothing appealing so we will definatly not be going back!
4.0by Foodie Me
Ive compiled my visit to this place in the below pointers: Ambience: 4.5/5 Food: 4/5 Service: 4/5 Overall experience: 4.5/5 The place made me nostalgic the restaurant is designed with antiques from the old railways architect and has Portuguese vibe going on with the interiors.
1.0by Rashabh Butani
Although the staff is very friendly and polite The food quality is not that great at all. Being a goan the fish used was not fresh in the curry and the fried fish also was stale as well. Had taken a parcel and was utterly disappointed since i had heard so much of this restaurant. Will not be going back.