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The food we were served was largely great. Certainly not a cheap eat but worth the price paid. Alcohol is extremely expensive so I would avoid that.
HOWEVER, we had two major complaints with the owner.
1. One of our party ordered a burger and...More
I had the meat lovers' pizza there as suggested by the bartender. It was one of the best pizzas that I had had. Their menu is innovative and the very appealing. I wanted to try everything. I highly recommend it for anyone looking to have...More
Went in here for a drink after eating, the price I paid for a beer was almost as much as the price of my meal I had just eaten, no cheaper local beers or spirits and when one of our party was needing to head...More
We decided to try this establishment as it was recommended by our hotel. As we had already eaten we only wanted drinks. There were no other customers in . And the manager appeared condescending and arrogant. One of our friends felt unwell and asked if...More
I had heard quite a bit about this place and finally got to visit it. Really enjoyed the beef burger. It was very meaty and juicy and very filling. The staff is helpful and might even make a customized burger for you if you can't...More
Ambience- This place has got an awesome ambience where you will feel the walls talking to you. They have a cart wheel chandelier as well as paintings put up of famous singers. They have wooden chairs and tables . Place CA accommodate couples as well...More
My partner was thrilled to find Route 66 and a great burger and fries! Hard to believe we were in India with the decor - portrait paintings on the walls of rock and musical greats like Jim Morrison and Prince. A fun stop.
Visited this place couple of days ago. The food here is good but a lot needs to be done to improve the service. It took twenty minute for a waiter to come on the table with the menu and the food took another one hour...More
Thought I would try a burger in Panjim, chose Route 66. (Route 66 from Chicago to L.A. a great road trip through a dystopian wasteland courtesy of globalisation) Front of house was engaging, the decor pays homage to 'burger land'. Ordered the basic burger, which...More
Our last night in Panjim was spent at Route 66 - an excellent veg pizza and an outstanding greek salad. This is for sure a nice alternative to Goan fare (which I love) - a bit of a break. Lional (manager) and the rest of...More