Flavours of Goa

‘Tempero’ is Portuguese for seasoning. The dishes served in this enchanting restaurant are liberally seasoned with the flavours and tastes of Portugal, when they harmonised with the gastronomic traditions of Goa. Over centuries, this celebrated cuisine developed with Indian spices and condiments interacting creatively with ingredients and cooking processes from Portugal. Today’s Goan cuisine has found devotees all over the world, and Tempero welcomes them all.

  • CUISINE TYPE Tempero
  • DRESS CODE Smart Casuals
  • OPERATIONAL HOURS 1900 to 2300 hours
Facilities and Amenities
  • Icon-awesome-utensils-3.png Locally Sourced
  • Icon-awesome-tshirt-3.png Open Kitchen
  • Icon-material-room-service-3.png Menu Customization
  • Icon-map-swimming-3.png TDH Menu
  • Icon-awesome-dumbbell-3.png Contact Less Dining
  • Icon-awesome-spa-3.png Kids Chair
Signature Dishes
  • Prawn Curry with Rice

    Fresh catch of prawns is simmered in a paste of Kashmiri Red chilies, grated fresh coconut, turmeric, cumin, tamarind & coriander seeds, garlic and finished with coconut milk. This is best served with unpolished Goan Brown rice.

  • Choriz Pao

    Choris Pao is a popular Goan Catholic snack made with bread (Pav) and pork sausage. Just as you would have the Vada Pavs in Mumbai you have the Chorizo Pav in Goa. This dish is a perfect representation of Indo Portuguese cuisine.

  • Bebinca

    Bebinca, also known as bibik or bebinka, is a type of pudding and a traditional Indo-Portuguese dessert. Traditional Bebinca has seven layers. The ingredients include plain flour, sugar, ghee, egg yolk, and coconut milk. It is a traditional sweet of Goa, especially popular during Christmas.

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