We had lunch at this place and it was absolutely unplanned. We ventured out on a rented two-wheeler with two kids and the heat became increasingly difficult to bear. Juices, water, nothing helped and we barged into the nearest shack and that was St. Anthony’s. The place looked nice, very busy and welcoming. Settled under a fan and our plan to have some mocktails changed and we decided to have our lunch here instead. The starters were good. Paneer tikka and chicken tikka were good, a little spicy though. We got some curds for my daughter and she felt better eating the starters with curds. The mocktails were good. Noodles and fried rice was good too. We were there for about an hour, and that really helped us cool off from the heat. This is a nice place for good food right on the Baga beach.