Well I've been in Goa for the last four weeks and have had some fantastic nights in A Reverie. We're off tonight with 10 of my new friends for another fantastic experience. You honestly won't find better food, service and ambience in the whole of Goa. Akriti is a fantastic chef who genuinely takes pride in her menu. She's constantly trying new and innovative ideas.
She is also the owner and an amazing hostess. Needless to say I've told as many people as I can about the restaurant and they've all come back and thanked me for telling them about this. I just wish there was a better way to advertise but in Goa word of mouth means everything on the beach so I try to tell as many people as possible.
It truly is fine dining at it's best but slightly casual in it's approach which works wonderfully. And you can have for example Prawn Three Ways to start followed but a a beautiful succulent filet steak for main (she sources local organic produce only) and Chocolate Three Ways to finish. With wine you are looking at approximately £25 per head maximum. It seems expensive for Goa but come on people.......£25 for an amazing experience. I sent a couple of friends there last week who got engaged that night and they had a fantastic night made even better thanks to Aktriti's fantastic extras (rose petals on the table and a beautiful cake for them). They thanked me so much the following day I had to tell Akriti right away about their fantastic experience. I really can't see how you wouldn't enjoy the experience of an night out in A Reverie. You can eat at the beautifully furnished dining tables on the lower level then retire to the fantastic sofas for drinks and desserts and conversation.
Thank you once again Akriti from myself and Ricky for all the wonderful nights we've had at your restaurant.
If you don't try this restaurant then you are missing out of Goa's best hidden secret. If you can get there on a saturday night they have a fantastic live Jazz singer and musicians but try to book early if you can.