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High Tea & Bubbles at Grand Hyatt Goa


Chef Nicole Illa welcomes you to the Grand Champagne High Tea every evening between 3.00 pm and 7:00 pm at Confeitaria and Bay View Lounge at Grand Hyatt Goa. The lavish afternoon spread will offer a variety of pastry and savoury delicacies that you can indulge in till your heart’s content and a selection of teas, coffees and hot chocolate.

Apart from a traditional English high tea of scones, pastries and sandwiches, we also have an Indian high tea menu which features classics like Vada Pav, Channa Jhor Garam and old tea time favourite, kanda bajiya. A special cupcake high tea was crafted for those with a truly sweet tooth that boasts of flavours like Amaretto, lemon meringue, raspberry and blueberry cheese.

Stepping away from traditional tea time beverages, you can also pair your high tea with champagne to make your afternoon tea a truly grand one. Your grand life starts now. 

Wines from the land down under

Grand Hyatt Goa hosted the second edition of its international wine dinners on Saturday 15th  March, 2014  featuring Jacob’s creek at their signature restaurant, The Verandah. Jacob’s Creek is one of the most well known, trusted and enjoyed Australian wines around the world. It delivers fresh, elegant and great tasting wines that show true varietal character.

This elite gathering was specially curated by Chef Narasinh Kamath began at 7.30PM with cocktails at the Capiz bar, followed by dinner at their seafood restaurant, The Verandah. The menu consisted of a variety of sea food dishes along with some of the finest wines from Jacob’s Creek.  Chef Narasinh has a flair for both International as well as Indian cuisines and is known to have an eye for detail along with a passion for food.

This honorary evening devoted to food enthusiasts and culinary experts from world over where Grand Hyatt Goa was well received by all in attendance.


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