First off, no one has mentioned they are cash only. I feel this is very important to know. There is an ATM basically around the block, but I feel it is best to know going in. The waitress check with the chef to make sure everything I wanted was in fact gluten free. Let me tell you, it was delicious. I couldn’t recommend this restaurant more. It is small so if you a large group I would call ahead. It appeared they may take reservations.
One our favourite places to visit on this trip. Had two gluten free starters and all the mains were gluten free. Staff were super friendly and knowledgeable. Only issue is it’s quiet small but very popular so would definitely recommend a reservation (even for lunch).
At this authentic (spicy!) Goan restaurant (a former Portuguese colony in India), the owner herself reviewed my husband's Portuguese gf translation card, informed the super friendly staff and helped us eat safely from most of the menu - including fantastic paparis (freshly fried lentil wafers) and "bojem" (fried chickpea croquettes). Our very-sensitive-to-cross-contamination celiac was completely safe with two curries, the two appetizers and two desserts including a chickpea flour-based confection and homemade mango ice cream. Beware all the food comes out spicy :) no mild here.