From pure vegetarian goodness to seafood and meat decadence, Goa’s capital has it all! And we’re absolutely delighted to be featured among the best places to eat in the heart of Goa, Panjim city. An excerpt from the article says “The old Latin Quarter bungalow façade disguises the chic, urban interiors where a swish clientele delicately sips handcrafted cocktails such as the Pecore Negroni made with local feni”.
Thank you for recommending us Conde Nast Traveler! More on what they had to say here.
The Black Sheep Bistro has recently been featured on IndiaTimes, as one of ‘15 Bars Around India You Should Visit At Least Once In Your Life.’ We’re honored to be the only Goan restaurant to be on this list and, are humbled to have our wines and food being loved by them. It feels great to be included alongside some of India’s most renowned bars including Asilo, Mumbai and Bar Palladio, Jaipur.
That Goan girl Jade D’sa, was here at The Black Sheep Bistro. In her review she explains how we stand apart from other restaurants, thereby staying true to being the black sheep out of the lot.
An excerpt from the article read, “If it’s not a part of your to-do list in Goa, take my word for it – you’re missing out! There are very few restaurants with an assured sense of individuality and identity – and this is one of them.”
Thank you Jade for your kind words. Read more on Jade’s dining experience, here.
Revati Upadhya has been a fan of the Black Sheep Bistro and has recommended our Dill Fling and Amante Picante cocktails as her picks of the best summer cocktails in Goa. You can read the whole story on the India Food Network’s website here.
Our dear friend and neighbour Sacha Mendes included the Black Sheep Bistro among her recommendations of fabulous restaurants, stores, hotels and art centres to visit when in Goa, that many who are acquainted with only the mainstream may not have heard of.
It’s nice to be called offbeat! I guess our name implies that as well. So it was nice to be featured on this list of Offbeat Restaurants That’ll Make You Want To Stop Working And Head To Goa Right Now by FilterCopy. Read it here and add your own list of offbeat restaurants to the list!
Aparna is a blogger and a photographer as well, as is evident from the nice pictures she took of the dishes she had when she visited. She and her companion, another blogger called Anuradha Goyal, are vegetarian and teetotallers (in their own words) so here is a review of what they enjoyed, for all of you who are likeminded.
Black Sheep Bistro has recently been featured as one of ’14 Pubs & Bars In India That You Should Definitely Check In To At Least Once’ on Scoopwhoop!
An excerpt from the article read – “The exteriors might not look as fancy as you’d like, but this place’ chic decor, extensive bar menu and contemporary Goan food makes it a must visit. And believe you me, it looks like a place right out of your favorite Hollywood sitcom!”
We have been recently featured in the January issue of Noblesse India!
An excerpt from the article reads – “supporting the farm-to-table philosophy, the eatery travels the word to bring guests an innovative, globally inspired menu that is enhance with local ingredients. Must try dishes include Chicken wings with a tandoori rub, Chonak fish with orange beurre blanc served with veggies and mashed potatoes, stuffed kingfish, etc.”