Fiesta - Baga Beach, Goa

5 out of 5 stars 6 Reviews

7/35, Saunta Vaddo, Calangute, Opposite Club Tito's, Baga

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  • Fiesta!!
    Fiesta!!
    by jalapeeno
  • The cool decor in Fiesta!
    The cool decor in Fiesta!
    by jalapeeno
  • Pre-Dinner Drinks
    Pre-Dinner Drinks
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  • Fiesta- a gorgeous open air...

    by shalin Updated Feb 27, 2014

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    Fiesta- a gorgeous open air restaurant serving the most amazing Italian food!All authentic and an overall enchanting experience!:)
    Enchanting atmosphere,pretty secluded,lovely music and ambience.Price is slightly on the higher side

    Favorite Dish: Everything's an original-and absolutely perfect.Lovely desserts too and perfect cappucino!

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    Fiesta: Class stuff

    by jalapeeno Written Nov 26, 2006

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    Great little restaurant, based on titos road in Baga. Settin is superb , there is two seating areas go for the one near the bottom where you can sit in a boat! o scatter cushions, very cool.

    The menus isnt very extensive, but the food is superb. Been to this place 2 years on the bounce and gets better and better.

    Enjoy.

    Favorite Dish: We had a pizza and a bowl of pasta doesnt sound much I know but was the best. Superb gorgeous food.

    Fiesta!! The cool decor in Fiesta!

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    Fiestas: Special Place

    by boo5 Written Mar 8, 2006

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    The food is excellent and the portions are large. The surroundings are lovely very romantic but also good to enjoy with friends. The staff are good and make you feel welcome and its the small touches that leave a good impression. I return again and again.

    Favorite Dish: The Lasagne has to be my favorite the Pizzas great too!

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    Fiesta: Have a Fiesta!

    by dhod Written Apr 24, 2004

    Many of the restaurants in Baga are good, and much of the time we just enjoyed the experience of sitting at a candle-lit table on the beach, but few restaurants actually provide the ambience and intimacy of 2 restaurants that we enjoyed:- Casa Portuguesa and Fiesta.
    Both were excellent and deserved a second visit, whilst these restaurants are at the top end of the price scale, they were still incredibly cheap- fillet steak for approx ?3 sterling!

    Favorite Dish: Fiesta has an international/mediterranean menu, you can just have a pizza or something more mouth-watering and the sweets are to die for! You sit outside within a candle-lit garden, it is very popular so make sure you book.
    Casa Portuguesa is a Portugese restaurant with a very interesting menu, and things that you won't often find in Goa- wild boar for example. This restaurant is set within an old Portugese style villa with white-washed walls, the owner is a real character and very welcomming.

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    Fiesta: Have a Fiesta!

    by dhod Written Apr 24, 2004

    Many of the restaurants in Baga are good, and much of the time we just enjoyed the experience of sitting at a candle-lit table on the beach, but few restaurants actually provide the ambience and intimacy of 2 restaurants that we enjoyed:- Casa Portuguesa and Fiesta.
    Both were excellent and deserved a second visit, whilst these restaurants are at the top end of the price scale, they were still incredibly cheap- fillet steak for approx ?3 sterling!

    Favorite Dish: Fiesta has an international/mediterranean menu, you can just have a pizza or something more mouth-watering and the sweets are to die for! You sit outside within a candle-lit garden, it is very popular so make sure you book.
    Casa Portuguesa is a Portugese restaurant with a very interesting menu, and things that you won't often find in Goa- wild boar for example. This restaurant is set within an old Portugese style villa with white-washed walls, the owner is a real character and very welcomming.

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    Fiesta: Italian Mediterranean Fusion Cuisine

    by wrldtravler Updated Jan 4, 2003

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    Choose from Italian starters Buffalo Mozzarella and Feta cheese with tomato Bruschetta, the Anchovys marinated in olive oil and Basil with garlic Crostini, the Carpaccio - thin slices of beef fillet in traditional dressing and garnished with parmesan shavings or the Greek Smoked aubergine mix and Pita bread.
    Greek Moussaka - a combination of aubergines or mince-meat. Beef eaters can feast on Steak with Portuguese and French styles to choose from. But continuing to hold their place of pride are Fiesta's eternal favourites, the wood-fired-oven pizzas Pizza Con Tonno E Olive - a no-cheese pizza, Pizza Capres, the 10-inch Pizza Margharita with a choice of toppings and Calzone - a pizza envelope made with your favoured stuffing.

    Favorite Dish: There is a fairly decent selection of wine's on the menu to accompany your meal.

    Yellow Contractor and The fiesta Staff

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