Goa may be much loved by everyone and their grandmother, but its local drink Fenny, on the other hand, is an acquired taste to say the least. However, this Fenny's, you just gotta love! I can be terribly cranky at restaurants I don't like, which means I'm almost nervous in the initial moments of entering a new place. Nothing better to put you at ease (if you're like me) than a welcoming smile, and a hearty request for a drink. The place is a case study in space management. The ornate, yet simple designs on the railings look Portuguese, the door looks heavy and antique, the bar looks like a tier-2 town during elections (with bottles for buntings) - but everything appears nice and spread out, giving a happy, relaxed vibe. We were a large group, and took up the flagship table right in the middle of the dining area. But my wife and I made silent notes to come again for one full "romance feelings" date - outdoor seating with candles, perhaps? It's all-purpose! Everything we ate and drank was satisfactory; uniform thumbs up for Paneer Crackers, Chicken Platter, Cheese Jalapeno balls, Peri-peri mushrooms, Batter Grilled Fish made for top-of-the-line bar grub, with mostly beer, and one Tarunwood cocktail. For main course, we had a couple of chicken steaks and a corn-spinach spaghetti. The portions could have been better here, and the veg dish could've been a touch less bland. Sticky toffee cake is a Dhoni-level finisher. Just one thing - pizza is unlikely if its a rainy day. If you're a large group, and you're either catching up, bidding farewell or just budget-strapped for a Goa trip, you are going to LOVE this place.