Top ChoiceMaharashtrian in Ganpatipule

Bhau Joshi Bhojanalay

It's not the easiest place to eat (no English sign, nearly no English spoken and no napkins – so bring some baby wipes), but the delicious Maharashtrian food in this clean, orderly restaurant inland from the...

Palace in Ganpatipule

Thibaw Palace

There’s little to see and do in Ratnagiri apart from viewing the remnants of Thibaw Palace, where the last Burmese king, Thibaw, was interned under the British from 1886 until his death in 1916. The three-storey,...

Hindu Temple in Ganpatipule

Shree Ganpatipule Mandir

This seaside Ganesh temple houses a monolithic Ganesh (painted a lurid reddish-orange), supposedly discovered 1600 years ago.

Street Food in Ganpatipule

Sunday Food & Snacks

Little more than a street stall with a few tables, Sunday (signed in Marathi only) is good any day of the week as Rohini serves up vada pav (fried potato dumplings and bread), misal pav (spicy bean sprouts and...

Indian in Ganpatipule

Hotel Sameer

A simple local's joint just outside the main village serving up wonderful daily thalis (veg, pomfret, kingfish etc), refreshing sol kadhi and family hospitality. Not much to look at, and there's no English menu,...