Named after one of Lisbon’s oldest districts, Alfama, ripe with music and romance, charmingly brings to life Lisbon’s town square. Low ceilings, balconies for musicians, descriptive murals, intimate lighting add to the ambience reminiscent of Portuguese-Goan culture. This Chef’s Speciality Restaurant provides a unique balance of the global and the local, its French, Goan, European cuisines taking centre-stage. It stays true to its heritage, not just in décor, but also in entertainment. The Fado is a mellifluous haunting melody of Portuguese origin. On the first Tuesday of every month, The Fado Evening plays host to famed soul-stirring fadistas.
Signature Dishes: Smoked Chicken Salad tossed with a temptingly tangy mango chutney and baby greens; Slow Oven Baked Snapper steeped in Recheado masala served with potato gratin; Vindaloo undertones accentuating an Oven Roasted Rack of Lamb; Vegetable Caldeen; Saraswat Thali.
Dress code -Formal
-8 PM, after which gates are closed for 30 minutes, enabling present diners to enjoy the music.