Lady Baga is a casual dining restaurant and lounge located on Lavelle Road in Bengaluru. The goan shack themed restaurant offers a colorful and vibrant ambiance with a beautiful open terrace area. Its premium menu is in line with the tastes and favorites of the diners and serves a variety of Goan and Continental dishes along with an array of mouth-watering Seafood delicacies. Lady Baga is the perfect place for people to enjoy the nightlife. They have decorated the entire place with stars and have projectors to display the beach feel. They have several hammocks and swings and benches to give a laid back Goa feel. They even have a food truck which offers a carnival feel.
Recently, Chefs at Lady Baga have curated a new Goan shack menu, and MacroTraveller was hosted for the tasting event. The menu consists a variety of both veg and non-veg options. Let me share my vegan experience! While the starters were decent, what I enjoyed was the mains.
I started my tasting with Rissois Verde – D shaped baby crepe stuffed with a spicy cilantro, mint, cheese, carrot and corn filling, crusted with panko and sesame.
Next up was, Corn and Cheese Tikki– Crusted corn jalapeno and cheese croquette served with a hot sauce.Then, I tried 3 Cheese Sandwich – Cottage cheese, cheddar, and mozzarella mingles with corn, coriander, and jalapeno between two sheets of bread. Grilled and served with salad or fries, spicy mayo, and ketchup. It was a winning combination!
I tried Portuguese Veg Pilaf – Rice cooked in a seasonal broth along with Goan spices, cashews, raisins and a choice of topping with semi-dry sauce. It was served with salad. It was impressive and delicious.
For dessert, I tried the Serradura – A Portuguese inspired toffee and cream dessert layered with tea biscuit crumbs. I loved it! It’s my favourite though, serradura, or sawdust pudding, a traditional dish that is the stuff of dreams and is recommended as a must-try from #MacroTraveller!
Price range: 1,400 for two people (approx.) with alcohol Exclusive of applicable taxes and charges.