If you're in Goa, you'd have to be a MDMAdman not to try their delicious local cuisine. Also, you're probably naked. Now serving Goa's less druggy but still ecstatic bites: Maharaja Indian Cafe
From the owner of neighboring Apna Bazaar Indian Market, MIC is an orange-walled counter-service house o' savory specializing in delicacies from the proprietor's southwest coastal Indian homeland, famed for its perennial attractiveness to the global hippie-raver population, though they also love warehouses.
Regional specialty-wise, they're frying up semolina-coated tuna patties, potato "chops" (patties w/ minced turkey meat), tilapia in red-hot coconut curry, and Goan-style shrimp that've been butterflied, but hopefully not served with sugar, baby. Other subcontinental standouts include clay-oven Tandoori Chicken (for under $5!), Kadhai Gosh (tender mutton in spicy tomato sauce), Chicken or Mutton Biryani (bone-in cubed meat, fried rice), and veggie options like Bhindi Masala: curried stir-fried okra, just one of the many exciting preparations Okra does itself up in on the cover of O magazine, where Okra appears every goddamn month.
The adventurous menu's a bit limited as they ramp up, but it'll soon expand with more Goan selections like pomfret and fried mackerel, filleted and stuffed with spices and vinegar -- so delicious it'll put you in a trance...no, not that kind of trance. Seriously, stop spinning, and put your hands down.