A food truck decorated with animated cartoon characters may not seem a likely spot to grab traditional Goan fare, but the three brothers who manage Noronha’s Corner know the art of food. The menu is separated into four sections: beef, chicken, pork, and fish. (This is not the place for vegetarians.) If you can’t decide, the brothers are quick to suggest their favorites, including beef croquettes, Goan sausages, chicken cafreal, fish cutlets, and sorpatel. Everything is dynamite, and the prices are very reasonable. People from all walks of life—from surfers to families—can be found on the line that forms as soon as the awning opens every evening around 6 p.m.

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