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The Mango Tree

11 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·

Tips from locals

Aditi
Aditi
December 28, 2015
Very popular bar and restaurant. Open until 4 am. Great place to meet new people at the bar. Good food too!
Ambreen
Ambreen
February 10, 2020
A local favourite that interacts with the street...walk in for some good drinks and food.
Caroline
Caroline
December 20, 2019
Cute bar within walking distance, popular with Western and Local tourists. A good meeting place.
Ashirbad
Ashirbad
December 5, 2014
Good place to Hang out at Vagator
Saurav
Saurav
September 7, 2015
You will love the ambiance
Yash
Yash
October 17, 2018
Its a famous restaurant around here !!!
Aditi
Aditi
July 25, 2014
Good breakfast and coffee
Kunal
Kunal
January 25, 2014
Great continental breakfast and very reasonable bar. Open plan seating

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“Bean Me Up is vegan, but even nonveg travellers will be blown away by the taste, variety and filling plates on offer in this relaxed garden restaurant. The extensive menu includes vegan pizzas, ice creams, housemade tofu curry and innovative salads. Ingredients are as diverse as coconut, cashew milk and cashew cheese, quinoa, tempeh and lentil dhal. Breakfast is a treat with scrambled tofu, buckwheat pancakes and killer coconut milk smoothies. Even with the healthy vibe you can get a beer or cocktail here too.”
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“The original inhabitants of this island were people who once lived in Old Goa but had to leave during a disastrous plague that greatly reduced the population of Old Goa. They are mainly of Luso Indian and Konkani descent. It is believed that the Island of Divar was once a site of Hindu pilgrimage - one of many in India - and hosted the temples of Saptakoteshwar, Ganesh, Mahamaya and Dwarkeshwar. During the Christianization of Goa, in the 16th century, many were shifted, by the Goan Hindus, to other locations. It's also said, that the current Cemetery near Church at hilltop once housed a Ganesh Temple. The Hindus rehabilitated it in village of Candola near Marcel. Shirali, a village near Bhatkal in Karnataka also houses a part of the Shree Ganesh Mahamaya temples of Navelim and Goltim. The ancient site of pilgrimage is called Porne Tirth (Old pilgrim spot-in Konkani). Rui Gomes Pereira in his book Goan Temples and Deities writes, "The original temple of Saptakoteshwar was constructed in the 12th century by the kings of Kadamba Dynasty. Saptakoteshwar was the patron deity of the Kadambas. The temple was destroyed by the Sultan of the Deccan in the middle of the 14th century. The Saptakoteshwar idol was then relocated to Naroa in Bicholim. Later, the temple was reconstructed at the same locality by Madhav Mantri of Vijaynagara at the close of the same century. However, it was then abandoned due to the diversion of pilgrims to the new temple, which now housed the idol. By the time the Portuguese found it, in 1515, the temple was a forgotten ruin in the wilderness." Prior to its destruction, the temple used to attract up to three thousand pilgrims from Goa itself during its annual procession. The present temple structure in Naroa has distinctive Indo-Portuguese architecture. According to Dr Olivinho J F Gomes, Professor of Konkani, Divar was one of the first places the Portuguese ventured to convert locals to Christianity. The Hindu Brahmin and Kshatriya castes readily converted, thus creating the Bamonn and Chardo communities. ”
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“Briston and Savio have created a menu which is largely Goan and continental. They keep innovating. Their pies are highly recommended. Prawns balchao is very good. I love their desserts so normally I have the dessert first and take a recourse to the main course :D Banoffee Pie and Serradura are scrumptious and they have delectable brownie. Economically reasonable and fresh stuff served with love. It's open round the year which is a huge plus.”
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Location
Vagator, GA 403509
Phone+91 99824 59832
Credit cards
No
Outdoor seating
Yes
Wifi
Yes
Menus
Brunch
Drinks
Beer, full bar, cocktails
Dining options
No delivery
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