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We’re featured yet again in Conde Nast Traveller India!

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.



BSB featured in Eat Stay Love Magazine!


The Black Sheep Bistro featured on Eat Stay Love this month – a world class luxury & lifestyle magazine designed for a discerning, sophisticated and well traveled audience. A big thank you to all our patrons and well wishers for your continued support from the Black Sheep Bistro family!

Read the full article here :




Our very own Pecore Negroni featured on the ‘Best Cocktails for 2015′ on Mans World!

Vikram Achanta, owners of India’s pioneering and most authoritative website Tulleho.com,  recently visited the Black Sheep Bistro and loved our ‘Pecore Negroni’ .

He was kind enough to mention it again on Man’s World’s ‘The Best Cocktails for 2015′.

Read the whole article here.

Thanks Vikram! Its an honor to be a part of this special list. The Pecore Negroni is a delicious cocktail that you can make yourself at home!

Here’s the recipe:

Pecore Negroni

1 oz Campari
1 oz sweet vermouth (Martini Rosso)
1 oz “Cazulo” — a copper pot double-distilled Goan coconut feni, which is used instead of gin
3-4 drops of cashew feni infused with orange

Stirred on ice in a rock glass, with a flamed orange peel



Goa Streets tells you what to do and where to go this summer!

Its summer time and Goa is bringing down the heat. But Goa Streets has done us all a favor with this cool, curated list of places to visit and things to do in the summer in Goa.

Our chilled sangria’s and refreshing cocktails made the list!

An excerpt from the article says ‘ The Black Sheep Bistro’ is a perennial favourite. With its pitchers of reasonably priced sangria and cool cocktails like the Dill Fling, it’s always a cool spot to stop in at, and we’re not talking about the AC section alone. The menu offers several light and healthy meals such as the Red Salad, Spicy Fish Wrap and the Roasted Vegetable Panini, that you can also enjoy in the covered outdoor section.

Thank you Goa Streets!


Travelling Ides of March makes a stop at The BSB!

Fellow traveler and blogger Amrita Das (Travelling Ides of March)  found The Black Sheep Bistro to be a refreshing change! She loved the Crispy Vellyo and Asian style Rice Bowl, and absolutely swears by the  chocolate lava cake!

Amrita loved our laid back atmosphere saying, “Centrally located, this restaurant has impressive décor with a bar and low-seated couches alike. Whether you want to lounge or stop by for a quick drink, this works as an ideal place for both.

The food at BSB is different and quite honestly, was a refreshing change for me. My appetite has been quite over saturated by the Goan fish curry and other delicacies from the state and the continental-oriental mix of food here totally worked for me.”

We were unfortunately unable to serve alcohol since it was a dry day, but we’d love to have you back for a chilled glass of Sangria!

Thank you Amrita and we hope to see you soon!

You can read the full article here.


Verve magazine reports on the lovely duo here at BSB!

Dynamic-duo Prahlad and Sabreen moved back to Goa after a long stint in the West, to set up the Black Sheep Bistro, with its high quality, locally fresh produce and international- inspired cuisine. Check out the latest issue from Verve magazine where writer Zaral Shah raves about BSB; known for it’s innovative fresh cocktails, made in-house!


Its true that good food does drive our lives, as we strive to procure the best in our globally inspired cuisine. Thank you Zaral!

Prahlad speaks on the Infinite Subtleties on Wine on the Goa Timeline


Sommelier Prahlad Sukhtankar recommends that while it is important in knowing the right conditions when dealing with wine, the best way however is to enjoy a delicious glass of wine in the company of family and friends.  Read the whole article for further tips on how to preserve your best wines.

You can also write to Prahlad at prahlad@blacksheepbistro.in for any wine related queries and suggestions.

Revati Upadhya from Livemint raves about our ‘locally global’ dining experience!

Livemints’ Revati Upadhya thinks that the beautiful, sunny state of Goa is slowly turning into a    entrepreneurial hub-spot for Food and Beverage industry owners.

In her article here, she says that, ‘ With its upwardly mobile, well-travelled and increasingly cosmopolitan society, Goa has tasted the global lifestyle. Add to it the huge floating population of tourists with a keen palate and an eye for new ideas in living, and you have the perfect climate for experiments in the food and drink space’.

We couldn’t agree more!

BSB mentioned on Burrp’s ‘Romantic restaurants in Goa’!

Alisha Patel from Burrp recommends us as an ideal spot for Valentines Day!

In her article here, Alisha writes that, ‘Nestled in an old Portuguese house, this classy, cosy bistro is the ideal place to pop the question or for just a sophisticated date. Booths with sofas and dim lighting give you the privacy you need’.

Thanks Alisha!

Enjoy a special romantic dinner with your loved one this Valentines at BSB! Choose from an enticing Valentine’s Day themed menu, guaranteed to leave you craving for more!

We’re in Conde Nast Traveller’s Secret Address Book!

We’re featured in the Conde Nast Traveller!

Author Siddharth Shanghvi is right about BSB’s quaint little charm. We are glad he appreciate’s our farm to table concept, saying “A significant part is the food, which might fall under that banal label of fusion but is actually so much more—scrumptious and novel, following the concept of farm to table in full bloom”.


Read the full story here

Thank you Siddharth! We’re glad to remind you that excellent things still exist!