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Viva Goa Restaurant

2 Scott St

Pyrmont NSW

Ph: (02) 9566 1311

 

 

Restaurant type: Goan Restaurant - Indian Restaurant

 

Opening hours: Open for lunch Tuesday - Friday   Noon -2.30pm. Open for dinner Monday - Sunday 6.00pm - 10.00pm

 

BYO/Licensed: BYO restaurant. There is a bottle shop just around the corner on Harris Street.

 

Menu Prices: Appetizers $14.90, Mains $20, Desserts $8.90

 

Restaurant description: Viva Goa Restaurant, is located in Pyrmont, just 10 minutes from the centre of Sydney's CBD. Open for lunch and dinner.

 

Restaurant Website: www.vivagoa.com.au

 

Restaurant Location: Check Google Maps for the location of Viva Goa Indian Restaurant.

Just a selection from their menu:

Appetisers

Salade de Polvo - spicy grilled octopus with lemon $14.90

Porco Empregado - roast pork belly in a spice star anise and shrimp paste $14.90

Mixed entree - $22.90 (for 2)

 

Main meals

 

Caideen - a fragrant mild yellow coconut, tomato and tangy curry.  Choice of Crab, Prawn, Fish, Chicken or vegetable. $16.90 - $24.90 

 

Cafreal - mint, coriander and green chilli paste, mustard seeds and curry leaves. Crab, Prawn, Fish, Chicken or pork. $18.90 - $24.90

 

For a full menu list see www.vivagoa.com.au

 

Order Home delivery from MenuLog

 

Last updated 24th November 2011

Viva Goa Indian Restaurant Pyrmont Sydney

Viva Goa Indian Restaurant

 

Viva Goa Restaurant Pyrmont Sydney

 

 

 

 

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  Restaurant Reviews

Review submitted 30th June 2011 - from Raj

I hate to be so rude to this restaurant. I know some people had good experience with it. But, mine was appalling.

To start with, the hotel staff, right from the wait staff to the chef or the owner (Gus) had NO customer skills at all. No smiles, no thanks whatsoever. We had the Ourdeal voucher (I guess that's why the service).

Food: We ordered Samosa, Cauliflower pakoras, Fish fillet and chicken Tikka for appetizer. None of them were good enough. The fish and chicken looks straight from the freezer to the microwave and then to us. It was overcooked and had no flavour at all. They served all these four items in one single plate with the pickles, chutney all mixed up in one another. No spoons were given till we asked for it Next up, we ordered Paneer peri peri, Eggplant potato, chicken Xacuti and Prawn balchao. Believe me, they were not fresh either. We were seated near the kitchen and I did not see the chef cooking a single item. Everything came from already cooked (in the morning) vessel to the reheat pan, then to us. It was so disgusting that, we could not finish most of it.

Service: Sometimes, you can forgive the disgusting food when there is great service. But, I don't think they were in mood to provide that either. I had my 16 month daughter with me. Trust me, she is pretty quiet and understanding and does not throw tantrums at all. She had a plastic spoon in her hand and was hitting it on her high chair. Not even the guests sitting next to her would get disturbed. But, the chef came out and told her (not even us) to keep quiet.

Price: The pricing was OK, but looking at the quality of food, it should have been for FREE.

I am not going anywhere near VivaGoa ever. The worst food experience in Sydney so far.

Review submitted 9th September 2010 - Ramesh

Great food. I went there with 3 colleagues after work. Had 3 curries, cipati, papadams and rice and the bill only came to $98. I'll be back

Review submitted 10th October 2009 - Scott from Sydney Australia

Great food, very spicy for those who like it. Maybe a bit pricey for what you get though still a great restaurant.

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