Stepping into Konkan Café feels like you’re being invited into a cosy yet aristocratic family home. The restaurant is modelled after a ‘nallu kettu' (traditional Kerala residence) with carved pillars, evocative artwork - including canvases by Goa’s beloved artist Mario Miranda – and hand-cast kansa crockery and cutlery. A colourful umbrella salute and jaunty birthday song for diners on their special day are amongst the many charming personal touches at Konkan Café. The menu features authentic, home-style recipes from Mumbai, Alibag, Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Goa, North Kanara, Udupi and Kasaragode. Regulars are addicted to the Mutton Shukkhe, Taleli Sungte, Meen Polichattu, Malwani Chicken Curry, Mappilla Biriyani, Bebinca and Elneer Payasam.
Cuisine from the five states
Five South Indian states namely Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, along with several local cuisines within these states.The region offers a wide variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes with each state holding its own uniqueness and food habits.
The Konkan Café exemplifies an exclusive blend of traditional & progressive renditions of Southern Indian cuisine, which is rooted to the gravitas of the unique tastes, aromas & flavors of southern Indian spices.
Offering a variety of artisanal products, handpicked delicacies and a coffee bar, Qmin Shop is a one-stop-shop for urban gourmands. The store features an array of breads, handcrafted cheeses, meats, patisserie items and many culinary delights. Looking to catch up with friends and family over coffee and conversations, the in-store high energy café is the ideal destination.
HerbHouse is the latest addition to the hotel’s gastronomic prowess. Located by the poolside, this pet-friendly bistro exudes an informal and chic ambience with soothing greenery in abundance, ocean blue upholstery and a cosy reading nook.