The place is beautifully designed out of wood, and sits on a really beautiful spot with the glistening water to add on to the charm. And yes they have boats that you can take out on to the lake, or even try your hand at catching your own fish to eat. Fortunately, you are not solely dependent on your fishing abilities to avail a meal here. And on Weekends they even have live music, including their Sunday brunch. Fridays is Karaoke time, so get in to the groove and belt out some tunes. Since this place is huge, even though it gets quite crowded on weekends you will still always find a table.
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The prices are pretty value for money for the food & drinks. The food may not be Michelin starred but still plenty good, especially their Fish preparations. And be prepared for a little it of off roading, as the road leading to the Farm House actually becomes a Dirt Track towards the last few metres. The service is the only weak point here, but then again one is in Goa and not expecting anything in a hurry. They are open for lunch and dinner, though the kitchen closes sharp at 3.00pm and they are usually shut on Mondays.