Horse Shoe Bar & Restaurant is owned by Chef Vasco Silveira. . It is completing 36 yrs next month.... One of the must try place... run by Chef Vasco Silveira and his Family.....
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So unbelievably bad! I find it hard to believe that anyone could have found the standard of food here acceptable. We were served under-cooked chicken on a plate with scraps of salad and less that ten Luke-warm chips. We had to return one of the...More
We by chance walked into here only because the restaurant nearby which we had wished to go to was full - and we had a hungry preschooler on hand. We ordered the clams, tongue, chicken livers.. All was freshly cooked. The staff and chef were...More
This restaurant was recommended to us, and seeing the reviews, we went for lunch. It is a small place, and difficult to accommodate a medium size group on a table. It comprises of two small rooms. The front one purportedly air-conditioned with just one A/C...More
One of the best meals that i have had in a long time where the owner is the chef .. he cooks all the food.... Must visit.... Will be back again...
That was probably the best meal we had during our 5-day stay in Panjim. Being Brazilian/Portuguese, I was craving the local food. The setting is very nice, a warm and welcoming restaurant (we love cloth napkins!). Service very consistent and attentive. We ordered delicious iscas...More
We loved our meal! The owner is originally from Sintra in Portugal and married an Indian. They have been here for 30 years and he has mastered the art of cooking delicious meals! My wife loved the chicken liver while I enjoyed a piri piri...More
In went looking for Horse Shoe since I'd heard they had good Portuguese food. Here the address is listed as 'next to Bank of India, Mala' but when you ask around, no one knows, maybe the bank moved. Horse Shoe is at E-245 Rua de...More
Albeit being still bit full from a heavy lunch we went to horse shoe to experience the recommendation we been seeing from all angle - and was throughly satisfied. We had vegetable soup and fried sausage for appetizer - both clean and sublime seasoning. The...More