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Come, Experience The “Edge”, A Tropical Bar & Kitchen at Alila Diwa Goa

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Escape into the enriching ‘Susegaad’ luxury as the recently upgraded Edge – Tropical Bar & Kitchen at the lifestyle Hyatt resort, Alila Diwa Goa, opens its doors to a new look, new vibe, and an all-new experience. A family-friendly tropical paradise, Edge features a lively bar and a show kitchen with unforgettable views of the Infinity Pool and the natural Goan landscape of swaying palms and paddy fields.

Tropical Design

Conceptualised by the well-known design studio, The Busride and led by none other than Ayaz Basrai, Edge takes a departure from the earlier dark tones to create a bright, day-washed tropical space to synergize with the stunning location overlooking the cool tones of the gorgeous Infinity Pool and the sweeping paddy fields that is a unique offering at Alila Diwa Goa.

Edge Tropical Food

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Inspired by the intimacy of verandahs and patios at the resort, guests are nestled within tiny cocoons of plants that open to the stunning Goan landscape surrounding Edge. The tropical bar is designed to be an all-day space, a hop-off from the pool and its deck, seamlessly transitioning into a lovely sundowner spot to enjoy a drink or two with some groovy edgy music for company. Edge exudes a relaxed vibe with warm, natural materials, cement, and terrazzo that blends aesthetically with the ongoing material and design philosophy of the Alila Diwa Goa.

Tropical Bar

Curated by well-known Bar Consultants, Arijit Bose & Pankaj Balachandran from Countertop, Edge offers a familiar yet fascinating journey of fantastic libations. While some are curated exclusively for Edge like the Queen’s Park Swizzle, Northlander, Edgy Negroni, and Corpse Reviver Number Blue, others are inspired by the breathtaking beaches from the world’s edges that have withstood the test of time. One such example is our take on Miami Vice which swishes out of a slush machine and makes for the best drink to cool with by the pool.

You can go tropical with drinks like Gin Michalda and Caribbean Flair among others or have fun with popsicles and slush cups with varied flavours. Some are tropical and some enchanting, while some are reminiscent of the buccaneers, pirates, and explorers, their travels and discoveries make your time here adventurous, and fun yet relaxing. 

Tropical Kitchen

Food at Edge is a celebration of senses with a unique blend of flavours, aromas, and design that offers an array of experiences in a one-of-a-kind destination. The menu at Edge is designed for comfort, shared dining, and a fun experience, making it an ideal venue for lunches by the pool. The ingredients are thoughtfully sourced locally and carefully served in custom-made crockery from a Goa-based potter. 

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Get started with healthy and fresh salads or small plates like a ‘Stay Fit’ Salad with quinoa and beans, Som Tam Salad, Varuval Tart, Button Idli Chaat, Edge Egg Florentine, and Rawa Fried Fish among others. Move on to a variety of stuffed and wrapped delicacies like Dimsums, wraps, and Poee Sliders giving you the taste of Goan flavours in the bread sourced from a local Poder. Be sure to pick on the charcoal grilled sticks and skewers or fresh-from-the-oven flatbreads.

Edge Tropical Drinks

Call for your wholesome ‘meal in a bowl with our creative take dishes like Malaysian Laksa, Thai Green Curry, Ramen Bowl, Punjabi Chhole, and Goan Fish Curry, and indulge in some sweet endings like a Mango Panacotta, Classic Tiramisu, or a Feni Crème Brulee.  

With a welcoming, exciting, innovative, and passionate personality, Edge-Tropical Bar & Kitchen is all set to become the most sought-after venue for lunch and sundowners in Goa. 

“While at Edge, we want you to forget that you are in a five-star hotel and lose yourself in the sheer beauty of Goa’s gorgeous tropical landscape overlooking the paddy fields. We have consciously positioned and priced Edge like a stand-alone restaurant with its own unique identity where guests can unwind with great drinks, food and music” ~Suveer Sodhi, General Manager, Alila Diwa Goa

Edge Timings: 11 am to 8 pm

For Reservation, call on +91 8322746800 | [email protected]

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