Christmas2021: Get your hands on the best plum cakes in Goa!

Plum cakes bake the Chsritmas a little extra warm and so, if you are looking to buy some rich cakes that are packed with dry fruits soaked in wine, check this list of places where you can get delicious plum cakes in Goa.

Begin the festivities with plum cakes soaked in the goodness of rich dry fruits and nuts along with the flavourful mix of rum and much more. If one of the reasons why you get excited for Christmas is the traditional cakes, and can’t wait to bite them then refer to this list of places where you will get savoury, sweet, and heavenly plum cakes in goa.

1. Nicolau Bakery


Started in 1965, this is one of the oldest bakeries in Goa. Known for its variety of local bread and snacks, Nicolau’s plum cakes are rich in taste and worth trying. The other savouries and sweets on their menu are delightful too. So, feel free to pack some Rose Cookies, Biscuits, Boll, and Bolhina (Goan Sweet) your way back home. 

Where: Margao – Ponda Hwy, Mazilwaddo, Raia, Goa.

2. Pastry Cottage


This place is popular for its cakes, pastries, burgers, shakes, and more for the last 25 years. Their plum cakes made with handpicked ingredients are perfect for all celebrations and are loaded with dry fruits. These moist plum cakes will definitely add the much-needed Christmas vibe to your holidays, and so place your orders!!

Where: Aparna Building, Shop 1, Ground Floor, Dr. Atmaram Borkar Rd, Altinho, Panaji, Goa.

3. Jila Bakers and confectioners

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Located by the lanes of Ambora, Jila Bakers and confectioners sells is a takeaway place run by a family in an old Portuguese house. They are popular for selling one of the best eclairs, biscuits, and cakes in the area. This home bakery offers warm and flavourful plum cakes too that are rich in flavours and baked fresh every morning.

Where: Ambora Bustop, Near Our Lady Of Candelaria Church, To, Verna Loutolim Rd, Ambora, Camurlim, Goa.

4. Confeitaria 31 De Janeiro

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Here the baked goods like cakes, savouries, and authentic Goan sweets come out of a wood fire oven and taste nothing but heavenly. Their hazelnut and Plum cakes are delectable and would make your festivities even sweeter. Other than that, they also bake one of the best chocolate orange tarts, Rum balls, traditional chicken and Goan sausage rolls, and Bebinca.

Where:  Corte De Oiterio, Rua 31 de Janeiro, Fontainhas (quarter), Altinho, Panaji, Goa.

5. Kim’s fine foods and confectionery

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Kim’s is a catering service that offers exquisite snacks and confectionery to your doorstep. This holiday season, they are offering Christmas Hampers, which is an exciting box of Goan Kuswar Plum cake bar, Bathke,6 Nuries, jujubes, pinagre, Doce, coconut Ice, and marzipan. The rum-soaked Christmas cake can also be bought separately and costs Rs. 1,350 without fondant.

Get in touch at 094224 43855.

6. Cake It is

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Cake It Is is a home bakery by Anna Pereira and offers artisanal cakes in and around Margao. Their Christmas menu features a variety of cakes, including cream cakes, raisins & tutti-fruity plum cakes, and the moist Christmas fruit cake soaked in rum. 1 Kg of their plum cake is priced at Rs.600, while the moist one can be bought at Rs.900 per Kg.

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7. Breaking Bad with Aron

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Started by home baker Aron, Breaking Bad is a cafe at Sangolda that sells a variety of bread and lip-smacking savouries. This festive season, swing by the bakeshop and let Breaking Bad be part of your Christmas Cheer! Their Christmas hamper features plum cakes, cookies, Christmas goodies, and more. You can also buy the plum cake loaded with black currents, raisins, cherries, and a hint of spices separately. Available in 1/2 kg and 1 kg, these plum cakes are priced at Rs.550 and Rs. 1,100 respectively.

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