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Palms of Goa

About Palms of Goa

Palms of Goa is a unique Indian restaurant, serving distinctly Goan cuisine. The history of this special branch of cooking reflects Goa's Indian and Portuguese heritage - the main ingredients being coconut and spices, creating a flavoursome and distinctive taste. Located on London's bustling New Cavendish Street, Palms of Goa is a popular place for business lunches and after-work meals. The rich red interior and delicious, healthy food make the experience of dining here a memorable one, and our favourite dishes include the Lamb Xacutti, a Goan dish prepared with coconut, vinegar and hot spices, and the restaurant's renowned Pumkin (sic) Curry. Palms of Goa has been in business for over thirteen years, and is a favourite spot for Soho diners.



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Additional Information


Address:

160 New Cavendish Street, W1W 6YR

Nearest tube:

Goodge Street

Average Price:

£25 - £34

Opening times:

Mon - Sat: 12pm - 3pm & 6pm - 11:30pm

Dress Code:

None



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