The evolving menu is an eclectic offering of international dishes and local favorites. We don’t use MSG or palm oil, wash all ingredients in drinking water, and wherever possible use only organic produce. Our coconut milk is made onsite from fresh coconuts. Though we do serve fish and meats, our long term goal is to create the most diverse vegetarian and vegan menu in Konkan.
The scenic beauty of “Tal Konkan” is not such faded by commercialization. This is the key reason for enjoying the stay at ‘Vrundavan’ Agro Resort.
You can enjoy a walk through the shadows of trees hearing the sounds of chirping birds, soft winds whistling through the trees and a mesmerizing feeling which will make you forget all the stress.
Important To Know
The Konkani culture is essentially, a coastal culture; fish, coconuts et al. The Konkani call the coconut tree as the KalpaVriksha (Universal Provider). If one studies the living habits of the community, it easy to understand why. Coconut pancakes, curries and chutney’s are staple diet of Konkani. The tender coconut is both a greeting fluid as also health supplement (and is used in pre-natal care, post-surgery recovery etc.).
The roofs were traditionally thatched with coconut leaves and the shell and the sheathe work as a wonderful fuel. Even children’s toys are made with coconut tree parts. (teru- made with baby coconuts and the ribs of a coconut leaf, coconut leaflets woven as wrist watch, snake, dragon etc). Hence we are calling the land of Konkanis as the Coconut Nation!
Konkan is a great place for Tourism, traveling at Konkan can bring pleasure and adventure in your life. Explore Konkan’s coastal experiences, waterfalls, nature, forts, and delicious foods. Konkani people believe in eco-friendly tourism, you will find all the beaches are clean. Whether you visit famous beaches, fort and even if you travel by railway to Konkan. Plastic materials are banned in many parts of Konkan.
Practice caution at the kokan beaches While the beaches are the topmost attractions of kokan, they also pose a few risks. The most common are sunburn and sunstroke. So, in order to avoid these risks, apply high SPF sunscreen, do your sun bathing in small increments, and carry sunglasses and hat.