Located in Calangute town, the Calangute Market Square feeds swarms of visitors every Saturday from 6:30 am until 12 pm. It is lined with food stalls and restaurants that sell delicious seafood snacks and other cuisines. You can get all kinds of seafood items along with chilled beer and other beverages. You can also buy fresh seafood, fish and meat from here. Not only food, this market is home to a variety of shopping stalls selling everything from textiles, carpet to accessories, leather items and souvenirs.
Located right in front of Alankar Theatre, the Alankar Food Street is a buzzing street featuring an array of vendors selling everything that is related to food. Its open from 6pm every evening. From mouth-watering Goan food to tandoori and Chinese, along with milkshakes and juices, you will find it all here. Wondering about the prices? Fret not, the food served here will definitely not burn a hole in your pocket and if you’re on a budget, the prices will really bring a smile to your face.
Alankar Food Street, Mapusa, Goa, +91 090111 49391
Miramar beach is lined with several street food carts and stalls that serve finger-licking street food all day long. The whole area becomes immersed in the aroma of the food served at the street food stalls. You will find a variety of North Indian chaats (snack items), along with the special Bombay ‘bhel puri’. As well as chaat stalls there are shawarma stalls, Ice Gola carts and several other stalls selling the local delicacies. This is one spot that you should definitely visit if you want a blend of spicy and sweet.
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Panjim City Markets is a must-visit for foodies as well as shoppers that are open from early morning until late night. Here, vendors sell fresh and dried fish, cashew nuts, Goan spices, local and exotic vegetables and fruits, wines, sweets, flowers, and even local handicrafts and artifacts. The highlight of this market are the seafood delicacies, like kingfish, pomfret, squid, mackerel, mussels, oysters, crabs and tiger prawns.