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$19 - $45
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Indian, Bar, Asian, Fusion
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I've been there several times and it's always been great to go their. Very good drinks, good food and it has avery nice setting. It's a place you wish would say open all night so you could stay there talking, eating and drinking with you...friends. It's great!More

Date of visit: November 2020
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Reviewed November 10, 2020 via mobile

Fabulous Saturday night dinner and drinks. The nachos are The Best in town. Lamb chops outstanding. Yum

Date of visit: November 2020
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Reviewed July 17, 2020

A beautiful place with good mood and professional bartenders, Wilson and Shobit, who have creative ideas and passion for cocktails and customers. Fun guys with great souls serving sensational cocktails. Always having a good time here, but sometimes too good that i even lost my...memory. Don't be shy to order the drinks, Wilson and Shobit would guide you the way finding your favourite drinks. Everyone could have a very unforgettable time here, unless he/she gets way too drunk.More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed March 24, 2020

Goa Nights is a fun restaurant in Taipa that opened a couple years back. This restaurant is related to the Spice Hut on the peninsula and offers a peculiar menu featuring dishes that have Portuguese and Goan (Indian) characteristics in addition to those of traditional...Indian cuisine. Restaurant atmosphere is relaxed and casual with a couple of ground floor tables and bar seating. They also have upper floor seating space with a view down to street level. You'll find Goa Nights along Rua Correia da Silva in the middle of Taipa Village. They are open from 12-3pm for lunch serving and 6-12am for dinner serving every day. They also take reservations through their website, something to think about if you are wanting to dine on weekends.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed March 19, 2020

What a wonder to have Goan chouriço pão in Macão! I sought out Goa Nights when they were hosting Goan chef Vasco Alvares for a special stint and it was a pleasure to eat food by him in Taipa. I don’t know what the menu...is like at other times, but it did seem like they feature Goan dishes regularly. I also liked the cocktail list, which took inspiration from Goa’s Lusophonic history and its connections to other parts of that world and time. I do think the restaurant could stay truer to its name and eschew the kitschy orientalist Indian thing it tries to do in addition to the Goan theme it imbibes. It would be unique enough by just doing the one thing – being Goan/Lusophone (here, the décor might be a place to start, as well as more consistency in menu choices). After all, both those locales – Goa and Macão – were historically connected and bringing the gustatory history of India Portuguesa to this other former Portuguese enclave is a great idea.More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed March 15, 2020 via mobile

Foods are all good as always.😋 Excellent taste and good service. 👌 Recommended to all my family and friends.🙌🏻

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed March 1, 2020

Goa Nights is an Indian fusion concept restaurant on Rua Correia da Silva in Taipa that is a pretty good place to eat and have a round of drinks in the village. Opening hours are 12-3pm (lunch) and 6-12pm (dinner) daily. Reservations recommended for dining...on weekend evenings. Stopped by Goa Nights recently to try their cocktails and bar snacks and found everything tried to be very good. The Goa is a bourbon based drink with chorizo fat. The drink is a bit sweet and a bit similar to a negroni. Preferred was the well made Old Fashioned. For food, I tried their Grilled Corn on the cob, which came as four pieces well grilled and spiced. This was a good snack that I'd order again. However, more enjoyed was the pork vindaloo bao, a fusion Indian-Cantonese order of well spiced but not particularly hot vindaloo served in bao (local style bun). This was creative, tasty and had me ready to order a second batch. Happy with the bar snacks and cocktails, I decided to try their Bebinca a traditional Indo-Portuguese dessert also popular in Goa. Served with vanilla ice-cream, this was smooth, slightly sweet with subtle flavour. Overall, a really good showing by the team at Goa Nights. This is a place I look to eating at again in the near future.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed February 18, 2020

Great Tasting Food and Excellent service by Wilfe. Definitely Recommend the Sea Bass and the Butter Chicken dish.

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed February 13, 2020 via mobile

Each time it’s a pleasure to have diner there , great selection of cocktail , great atmosphere, good food and good service , what else you need !

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed January 24, 2020

Well there is so much to say.... let’s start of with the excellent service. Wilfe was our server and she was amazingly friendly and she was really kind. She got us our food as soon as we could and never let us down. We were...also impressed that the chefs also were super manner full like wilfe. The chef asked us if we needed anything and it didn’t take long. Not to mention the food was AMAZING!!!!!. They have this platter called thali and it’s AMAZING I personally recommend the chicken tikka but the rest of my family loved the thali. We really recommend this for everyone visiting Macau especially Indian and Pakistanis. This was by far the best restaurant our family has ever eaten at for we loved everything about it.The location is in the historic part of village of Macau called correia da silva macau.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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