A good weekend starts with a good Friday and mine started with an amazing evening at Brown Town Regal in Candolim last week. Located at the prime junction of Candolim, this place is an eye catcher with its sparky vibes and attracts people with its exuberance. I have been to this place a number of times but this time it was with few other lifestyle & food bloggers/Instagrammers. And like always, it did not disappoint me at all. Specially when you are already a regular guest over there but still get a warm welcome and special treatment from the owner (Chris is one of the owner at Browntown) and the Chef himself. It overwhelming to Chef walking upto you to check if we like the food and if he can prepare something special for us.
Brown Town has seating options both inside and outside, a sports bar, a dance floor and the highlight of the place is it’s live music which plays Konkan, Bollywood , Punjabi and other genres of music. What I enjoyed that evening was the melodious violin performance and the Bollywood retro songs sung by the band. As I entered, I found my other fellow mates had already reached and the table was already full with food which was a special curated menu including both vegetarian and non vegetarian options just for us. A surprise for us was the association of Bira for that evening to make it even more special with its beer.
**The soup options brought with it the Classic Cream Soup and Caldo Verde Soup of which I tried the first one which was quite thick but tasted good.
**There were three types of salads – Salad Marinara, Chicken Hawain, Three Beans Salad and Kimchi Salad, I tried all as salads are my all time favourite.
**The menu was mix of a bit of Tandoori, Indian, Continental and Chinese delicacies. The continental dishes had Chicken Supreme, Brown Town Regal Fish and Prawns, Mushroom Turnover and Sicilian Garlic Chicken. The Tandoor brought with it Chicken Parda Kebab, Chicken Rozali Kebab, Chicken Lucknowi Sheek Kebab, Chicken Arbin Tikka and Anar ki Tikki.
**The Indian list had all vegetarian items which were Veg Rangoli, Mantush Paneer and Kurmuni Bhendi along with just one non veg item Chicken Dilwala.We had Chicken Dumpling and Paneer Thread in the Chinese options.
**Last but definitely not the least was the desserts with Brown Town Regal Fried Ice Cream, Coconut Pancake with Ice Cream and Shrikhand. I was lucky enough to meet the Executive Chef who was the one who created such delectable food.
Brown Town Regal knows the pulse of the crowd very well and always lives upto people’s expectations. A place place to let your hair down and lift up your mood be it any day of the week.
₹1,000 for two people (approx.)
8am – 4am