House of Lloyd – New Restaurant in Juhu

For all the Goan souls who live in the city but whose heart lies in the village have finally found their solace in House of Lloyd. It brings to you authentic recipes that are unexceptionally delicious, the amusing names given to the dishes referring to your relatives gives it a refreshing punch and takes you down memory lane. If you’re looking at a perfect meat treat, then the ‘Grandma Ermina’s beef roulade’ stuffed with goan sausages and the ‘chicken xacuti’ are your gunpoint wishes, they’re served in a mud pot on a candle lit flame. They also serve authentic ‘pois’ with just the right amount of husk on it (A poi in Mumbai! Life couldn’t get better). It almost takes us back to our balcony in Goa sipping on some feni and feasting on the meats. FMW warning: If you leave without trying the ‘Badkar caldeen’ (best eaten with steam rice) you’ve disappointed all your relatives. The right colour, texture and consistency will blow your mind and the freshness of the prawns is almost hard to believe.

For all the Goan souls who live in the city but whose heart lies in the village have finally found their solace in House of Lloyd. It brings to you authentic recipes that are unexceptionally delicious, the amusing names given to the dishes referring to your relatives gives it a refreshing punch and takes you down memory lane.

If you’re looking at a perfect meat treat, then the ‘Grandma Ermina’s beef roulade’ stuffed with goan sausages and the ‘chicken xacuti’ are your gunpoint wishes, they’re served in a mud pot on a candle lit flame. They also serve authentic ‘pois’ with just the right amount of husk on it (A poi in Mumbai! Life couldn’t get better). It almost takes us back to our balcony in Goa sipping on some feni and feasting on the meats.

FMW warning: If you leave without trying the ‘Badkar caldeen’ (best eaten with steam rice) you’ve disappointed all your relatives. The right colour, texture and consistency will blow your mind and the freshness of the prawns is almost hard to believe.

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