Susegado: Sea, Sand and Deliciousness

Susegado at St. Regis Goa Resort in Cavelossim offers lip-smacking food, wonderful views and a relaxing atmosphere

The soft sound of the waves crashing on the pristine Mobor beach in South Goa becomes more distant as the rich baritone of the resort’s Head Butler takes centre stage. The gentleman narrates the fabled recount of how Napolean Bonaparte used champagne as a victory ritual with his cavalrymen, after his own dramatic display of the St. Regis brand’s signature champagne sabrage. The soft glow of sunset makes for a picturesque setting as the resort’s guests gather to witness this sabering and partake of this beautiful ritual, conducted every evening at sundown.
Chefs are busy lining up their counters nearby, the live band slowly picks up and the entire venue is transformed as delicious, smoky notes from the barbeque fill the air. 
This is the restaurant, Susegado; loved for its easy charm, enviable beach views and the delicious grills and pan Asian fare. True to its name which means a languorous Goan approach to life, Susegado has a laidback and effortless charm.
The straw roof and wicker baskets doubling as lights overhead add to the appeal, giving it the appearance of a beach shack, while the gorgeous backdrop of the Arabian Sea and The St. Regis lawns add their own brushstroke of elegance. A warm and welcoming reprieve, The St. Regis Goa Resort is where you can renew, reconnect and appreciate what is truly important. Nowhere is this more evident than in the restaurant Susegado where one can tuck into delicious Asian fare and smoky grills, best washed down with artisanal cocktails from the adjoining bar counter.
This beach-facing shack that offers an extensive variety of delectable pan-Asian and seafood grills. One can start with appetisers like renkon or sweet and spicy lotus root, pohpaitod or crispy vegetable spring rolls or a varied range of hand rolled sushi rolls. Asian skewers like yakitori are always great choices but there’s also a robust selection of mains like Thai curries to delectable satays, served with sumptuous dips.
‘Fresh Catch of the Day’ is always the highlight and could range from Red Snapper, Sea Bass, Pomfret or succulent lobster and crabs. One could choose from marinades like Sichuan pepper, char siu or sambal to homegrown Goan spice mixes like the fiery recheado. 
For a befitting ending, one could tuck into some Asian style desserts like the Wasabi Cheesecake, Tender coconut and passionfruit pudding or homemade ice-creams or sorbet. Susegado is a place for the entire family to unwind and enjoy delicious food and beverage, but what makes it a real winner are the breathtaking, coconut frond framed beach views

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