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Travel Diaries – Lila Cafe, Arpora, Goa

by FoodDrifter

Late night revelry in Goa and you know that there is some place you need to get over that throbbing hangover. Don’t hesitate ever to make way to Lila Café. A quaint little café, picturesquely situated on the banks of the Baga River, this café will simply wow you with it’s fresh breads, croissants, jams and omelets.

Facing The Baga River

The best part is the place is so laid back with that delicious smell of hot bakes bread wafting through the air, as you relax on one of those wicker chairs facing the Baga River to enjoy your breakfast. The white muslin drapes are easy on the eyes and the food delectable for it to be considered one of the best bakeries in North Goa.

Lila Cafe Menu

Lila Café is run by a German couple since the past many years and now have moved to a new location a few meters down from where they originally were. From the moment you take a seat, breathe and soak in the relaxing ambiance, to being handed the menu card which looks more like a tabloid, to being served the fresh juices and smoothies.

Bacon Omelette

It’s all an experience to have been enjoyed. Breakfast, Lunch or High Teas, Lila Café is the place to be. So this food extravaganza for any loved foodie and you sure are happy to walk out delighted. Don’t forget to finish off with a Apple Pie, some of the best we ever had, served with fresh whipped cream.

Rosti

Note: Closed during the monsoons from June to Sept. and on Tuesdays. They also do not accept Credit Cards.

German Bread

Contact Information:
Lila Café,
Near Baga-River,
Arpora-Baga, Bardez,
Goa,

Phone: +91 (0) 832 – 2914687 or Cliff @ 9822150533
Email: lilacafe@sify.com
Web: http://www.lilacafegoa.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lilacafegoa

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Trip To Goa 2017 - Part 2 - FoodDrifter March 30, 2017 - 5:53 pm

[…] the usual haunts with this visit Goa. So Lila Café, La Plage have all become touristy for my liking. That isn’t a bad thing but it’s just that […]

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