What are the Famous Cafes in North Goa?

Are you looking for some famous cafés to visit in North Goa? If yes, then you’ve come to the right place. Besides being a 24×7 happening place, North Goa exudes a certain sense of calmness. And the cafés of the lively North Goa portray this effortlessly. 

In my opinion, the café culture of North Goa is a people pleaser. Imagine spending your morning or evening hogging delicious food with an admirable ocean view—tempting isn’t it? I am sure you’ll leave the café happy and content. After all, nothing beats the combination of good food and a good vibe. 

On my recent solo trip to Goa, I explored some of the popular cafés present in North Goa. Thus, in this blog, I have shared a list of must-visit cafés in North Goa. Read on to find out about the best cafés in North Goa.

1. Eva Café, Anjuna

Right by the Anjuna beach, Eva café is perfect for someone who prefers hanging out in a cosy atmosphere. What makes this café so desirable among travellers is its sea-facing front. You get to treat your eyes and tummy at the same time. Although the Eva Café is famous for its food and view, one can’t ignore its Greek interior. It is also a great place to witness one of the best sunsets in Goa. 

Another best thing about this cafe is that a lady runs it! And being a solo female traveller, this excites me to visit this place. You can stop by for a quick lip-smacking breakfast before carrying on with your solo venture. 

Must try dishes: Pancakes, cold coffee, sandwiches, shakshouka

Cost for a meal: Rs. 400 for one

Timings: 9 am to 8 pm

2. Royal Enfield Garage Café, Baga Creek Road

Royal Enfield Garage Café is listed among the famous cafés in North Goa. It is located in one of the best areas of North Goa, Baga. The setting of this place will stun you, and the Royal Enfield garage simply acts as a cherry on the top. So if you love Royal Enfield, you’ll have the time of your life here. 

With the Baga river on the side, the café has a soul-soothing ambience. You can sit here and spend an hour or two easily. The environment is also ideal for working. So if you’re always on the go, this café will be a great choice for you in North Goa.

Must try dishes: Coffees, teas, pasta, sandwiches

Cost for a meal: Rs. 500 for one

Timings: 9 am to 10 pm 

3. Artjuna, Anjuna

When there is art in the name, you know you can’t go wrong with the place, isn’t it? Artjuna is popular among both tourists and locals. You will know why as soon as you step into this café. The place is like a mini getaway in North Goa. You can delightfully relish your food and also witness the architecture of the bygone era as the café is based in an old Portuguese house. 

And to your surprise, it doesn’t stop here. The place has more in store for you. There’s also a lifestyle shop at this café. You can buy cute little souvenirs for your loved ones from here. 

Must-try dishes: Home-style Israeli food, falafel plate, baba ganoush

Cost for a meal: Rs. 400 for one

Timings: 7:30 am to 10 pm

4. Café Bodega, Panjim

Be it morning, afternoon, or evening, Café Bodega never fails to leave an impact on its customers. Especially if you’re an art lover, the café will have a permanent place in your heart as it is set in a courtyard of an art gallery. You can tour the art gallery as you wait for your order. The café is so popular that it is one of the best places to visit in Panjim.

The aroma of the goodness of baked food fills the place, and they are worth a try. I absolutely can’t get enough of their red velvet cupcakes. They are fluffy and tasty. Along with that, you must not miss out on their egg preparations too.

Must try dishes: Eggs benedict, poached Turkish eggs, Vietnamese iced lattes

Cost for a meal: Rs. 400 for one

Timings: 10 am to 6:30 pm

5. Baba Au Rhum, Anjuna

Do you love the concept of open-garden cafés? If yes, then Baba Au Rhum is the place for you. It is a French café with a beautiful outdoor setting. This place is also known for its delicious food and super smooth service. Even if you’re visiting the café during rush hour, their service won’t disappoint you. Their pizzas are freshly baked, and the crusts are just amazing! You should try it out!

Must try dishes: Blueberry shakes for breakfast, pizzas, croissants, burgers 

Cost for a meal: Rs. 500 for one

Timings: 9 am to 10:30 pm

6. Café Candolim, Candolim

If you are looking for a café to stop by for takeaways at a reasonable rate, head to Café Candolim. It is one of the popular cafés in North Goa. And needless to say, the place’s location is understandable from the name itself. So if you’re hungry while roaming around the Candolim area, pay a quick visit to this place. I am sure it won’t disappoint you. The seating area is quite comfortable, and you can spend half an hour to an hour at this place.

Must try dishes: Grilled chicken, coffee, sandwiches, waffles, pineapple juice

Cost for a meal: Rs. 250

Timings: 8:30 am to 7:30 pm

For all the insights into North Goa, check out my article on the ultimate solo travel guide to North Goa.

So, where are you heading to?

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These are some of my top picks in cafés of North Goa. I hope now you know where to head if you’re hungry in North Goa. If you have any recommendations, feel free to drop them in the comment section. You can also check out my blog on the cafes of South Goa.

To better understand Goa, you can read my article on the ultimate solo travel guide to Goa. I’m sure it’ll give you all the insights you want.

Till then, happy travelling.


An introverted blogger who is looking to make unforgettable solo travel memories with one short life.

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