The exotic interior of Goa makes this restaurant in central Moscow a must-visit. It takes you to a remote land of flowers, birds and Indian serenity far removed from the hubbub of busy city life. The chilled atmosphere, with oriental lounge music, offers an excellent eclectic menu bridging Indian, French and Japanese cuisines.
rnDownstairs the central bar has several rope-curtained booths, each with its own TV screening MTV. Upstairs in the gallery, low, black, wooden, glass-topped tables display brilliant red lilies and deep red leather sofas, leaning towards a more casual dining experience.
rnCheck out the star light fittings on the ceiling and, if that isn’t enough, you’ll certainly be taken off to the jungle while listening to the bird calls in the loos! It’s quirky, the food is delicious and beautifully presented, and the service is excellent by Russian standards, so this is definitely an interesting and different place to try.
rnAt weekends, the restaurant is less chilled with more upbeat music, creating the contradiction that is Goa.