Good food means good mood. Right? So what exactly does good food mean to you? Is it the food your mom makes or what you eat at home? Or is it what you get in your city at your favorite restaurant or street shop - something familiar and hence comforting? Are you one of those who like to try a different recipe, a local restaurant or authentic cuisines?
For me, mom food is comfort food and I’d rather eat at home than outside. But when I’m traveling I love to experiment - go local, surprise my taste buds and expand my palate. You see, most of the food I like today are acquired tastes - I didn’t grow up eating pink sauce pasta or crispy fried chicken or Nutella pancakes at home. But we were brought up to finish everything that was served on our plate. And that applied to eating at other people’s homes and while we traveled. So I tried literally everything as a kid, from rasam in Mysore to mustard oil omelette in Shillong and the meals at Indian canteen of a Thai university to fish curry in Goa. It’s not always tasty at first, but I learnt early in life that tastes can be acquired and what you must savor is the experience. Because food tells a lot about the people who make it - all we have to do is, learn morsel by morsel.
Indah Desa is a picture perfect place which serves the best of modern continental cuisine on Agonda beach. The most interesting part about this place is their DIY barbecue tables. Do not miss this place when in South Goa! #goa#goasouth#indahdesa#pickmygoapic#goatourism