Bean Me Up Soya Station And Salad Bar
- Weekly Off:
- Time to See:
- 1:30 hrs
- 2:0 hrs
- Enjoyed By:
- Organic food aficionados
- Mode of Payment :
- Cash ;
- Currency :
Located in Anjuna near the petrol pump, Bean Me Up Soya Station is a haven for the vegetarians who crave for something sumptuous and exotic in the seafood paradise of Goa. Run by an expat American, the restaurant offers an innovative assortment of vegetarian cuisine and a California style salad bar. Don’t miss out its tofu Thai curry, Indonesian Tempe, seitan served up on brown pita bread or with brown rice. Follow up your meal with some specialty salads served with organically grown lettuce and homemade dressings. The desserts here are also worth a mention, especially the cakes and soya ice-creams.
Interestingly, the sauces, pastas and soya products are made in its kitchen. Wrap up your fine dining experience with a cup of freshly brewed organic tea or coffee. And if you are still in a pizza mindset, you can try out a delicious wood oven tossed pizza with your favorite topping. Occasionally, the place holds a musical event for the entertainment of its guests. While you tuck into a quiet lunch, children can be left to do their thing at the kid’s corner, which has comfortable floor mattresses and cushions, ample reading and coloring books and a television set playing Cartoon Network. Here the fresh herbs are first soaked in vinegar, salt or potassium permanganate prior to being washed in filtered water. Recommended, if you are looking for genuine organic fare peppered with some creativity.
Bean Me rustles up genuine organic fare, and does a great job of tofu and Indonesian Tempe served up on brown pita bread.
The site is very peaceful and free of irritants.
Dress is whatever you find comfortable.
Goa's public transport largely comprises privately operated buses linking the major towns to rural areas. Government-run buses, maintained by Kadamba Transport Corporation, link both major routes (like the Panjim–Margao route) and some remote parts of the state. In large towns such as Panjim and Margao, intra-city buses ply. However, public transport in Goa is less developed, and residents resort heavily on their own transport, usually motorized two-wheelers. The beach is about 8 kilometers (5 miles) west of Mapusa, and passengers from Mapusa and Panaji can get dropped at various points along the tarmac road across the top of the village at the Main Starco’s crossroads. Starco’s crossroads has a few stores, a motorcycle taxi stand and a bus stand.
Organic food aficionados
You will be served in an open-air garden under a canopy of swaying palms.
May, June, July, August, September
The restaurant has a kid's corner complete with comfortable floor mattresses and cushions, ample reading and coloring books and a television set playing Cartoon Network.
Things Not Allowed
No such restriction.
Don’t miss out its specialty salads served with organically grown lettuce and homemade dressings.
Type of site
An organic food restaurant-cum-salad bar