Plat Du Jour: Indian Breakfast

The consistent thing I heard over & over
before coming to India 
was always the same:

"Be careful what you eat."

The food off the streets just isn't safe,
and somehow it gives most tourist a bit of..
well, you can guess.

But somehow, we've lucked out to staying in house
with amazingly western standards of food prep,
and with taste that is unworldly.

Now I need to watch what I eat,
but not out of fear for giardea or illness...
but because I could get seriously fat 
over the next two weeks.

The house we are staying at for the week,
is fantastic.

2 thumbs up. 5 stars. 3 cheers. 1 in a million.

Whatever you want to say.

I'll just say this:
If you are planning to visit India,
and need a rental in Goa,
you have to come here.

It's gorgeous and I can't wait to show you the interiors 
& introduce you to the fabulous staff.

For now, 
I just want to show off the food.

{I'm horribly predictable, aren't I?}

Let's start with breakfast,
since it is the most important meal of the day.

Here is how we kick off the day 
(after waking up around 10:30 am)
here in Goa at Noi Varo.

{universally delicious wherever you day may begin}

{i think of this as a couture breakfast, cause it feels more posh}

{frothy, fresh, and fantastic.}

Best served in open air 
with a good view of the cool sandstone pool
and your husband...
who you had missed terribly over the past three weeks.

*all images are original to Aspiring Kennedy


  1. this looks good!

    street food isn't necessarily bad, i used to get the most amazing fresh samosas from the cart at the end of the road from my office when i was working in india. Be brave and try where the locals eat, if there are lots of people there it is usually ok


  2. uuum not impressed at all! :P Glad to see you are having a fantastic time, enjoy!! xo

  3. holy flippin' moly. that house looks amazing. obviously, i know nothing about going to india...but i would take a guess that maybe after a few days or week your tummies might be strong enough to try some of the street food, but maybe people who have visited know legit places to check out. however, i could never pass up a yogurt bar!

  4. I am so thrilled you found a place with good food- and it's right where you stay! Fantastic find!

    A yogurt bar sounds pretty incredible!


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