Greek, Mediterranean, Seafood
₹1500-2000 Average Meal for Two
All Days - 9 am to 12 am.
See Location on Google Maps.
Amongst the best restaurants in Goa, not only for its exquisite Greek and Mediterranian cuisines, but also for its picturesque seaside and sunset views.
‘Little Greece’, also known as Thalassa Goa is located on the northernmost tip of Vagator, on the way from Siolim via the seaside road.
With spacious outdoor seating, live music, beachside bar, lip smacking food, fashion stores, always packed crowds and more. If you’re in North Goa, a visit to Thalassa Goa is surely worth the effort, especially for sunset.
Get ready to sit back, relax and unwind as you sit out in nature, watching infinite waves crash ashore and countless clouds pass above.
With live music, scrumptious food, ambrosiac drinks and more - Thalassa Goa is the perfect place to take in Goa’s beautiful summer holiday vibe and celebrate every moment of life!
Owner and head chief Mariketty Grana pays respect to Greek hospitality and Greek culture at Thalassa Goa.
Mariketty also looks to follow Greek tradition and philosophy by reinventing Greek food in his own light, while paying respect to its origin.
If you’re lucky you may also be able to experience traditional Greek dance performances of Sirtaki or Zorba, live fire poi dancers, cabaret shows and more after sunset at Thalassa Goa.
Not to forget the beautiful fashion stores including FLAME, La Vie Boheme, Reef, KuKuNana are more that you can visit when at Thalassa Goa.
So if you’re looking to also spice up your wardrobe or find gifts for family and friends - Thalassa Goa goes well beyond its prime location, delicious cuisine, hospitality, drinks and entertainment for your Goa holiday needs.
Invented by an ancient band of Greek guerrillas called Klephts, who hid in the mountains and made this dish to survive.
Slow cooked lamb in the oven, served with grilled vegetables and potatoes cooked in the juice of the lamb, topped with feta cheese.
A historic dish in the Levant, Middle East and Balkans, especially Greece. Layers of potatoes, eggplant, spinach and mushrooms topped with Béchamel, red sauce and cheese.
Also known as fried feta cheese, a Saganaki is amongst the most delicious things on earth. Imagine feta cheese with it’s salty and creamy flavor fried to a golden crisp on the outside, still all soft and mushy inside, looking to melt in your mouth with each bite.
A fusion of Greek and Italian cuisines, originating from the Greek island of Corfu, closest to the southeastern tip of Italy on the Ionian sea. Daily catch prawns cooked in fresh tomato sauce, red wine, greek herbs and olive oil, served over a bed of spaghetti noodles.
A culinary preparation tracing its origins back to Ottoman Empire, adopted by Greeks in their own distinct version.
Made from slow cooked meat in a vertical rotisserie, served with pita bread, salad, french fries and tzatziki, a cold creamy sauce made from yogurt, cucumber, garlic and spices.
Popular as Greek fast food, with small pieces of well marinated meat and vegetables. To be eaten off the skewer it’s grilled in while still hot! Available with a choice of meats accompanied with potatoes or rice and salad.
Thalassa Goa is usually pre-booked for a visit around sunset or later.
It’s advisable to book your table at least a night before you visit, especially if you’d like to visit around sunset.
Some of the prime tables at Thalassa Goa may need need a month or more for reservation during peak season.
The best sea side tables at Thalassa Goa may need to be booked even a month in advance during peak season.
So if you're thinking of visiting Goa for your next holiday and planning your tickets and accomodation now.
It's not a bad idea to book a seaside table at Thalassa Goa as a part of your checklist!
While a table at Thalassa Goa for sunset may require advance reservation, Thalassa Goa is usually less crowded at lunchtime.
So if you'd like to make a last minute trip, going around lunch time may be your best bet.
If the day is not too hot you'll still be able to take in an amazing atmosphere with more private space during lunch hours at Thalassa Goa.
While you can still enjoy authentic Greek cuisine at Thalassa Goa during monsoons, what you’ll be missing are the spectacular views and open feel.
Being as close to the sea, Thalassa Goa is all covered up during the monsoons to keep diners and dinnerware dry.
So the monsoons are probably not the best time to visit Thalassa Goa, but you still can if you like!
While the address of Thalassa Goa may say Siolim, it’s located before you enter Siolim, which is by passing the bridge over Anjuna river.
So it’s advisable to use Google Maps when visiting Thalassa Goa for the first time. Else you may find your journey extended and reservation lost if you end up past the Anjuna river bridge in Siolim.