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Eating Out in Ganpatipule

One can sample traditional Maharashtrian food at the restaurants in Ganpatipule. Traditionally the locals served home cooked food to all the weary pilgrims that serve local home cooked food to all the weary pilgrims that visited the temple and this ritual was encouraged and promoted by the Maharaja of Baroda who would reimburse the people for their efforts in serving the pilgrims. Today of course that doesn’t happen, but even today the hospitality of the residents of Ganapatipule is hard to beat.

Some of the good places to eat in Ganpatipule are the MTDC Restaurant and Tarang. There are also a few places around the MTDC resort such as the local Khanaval run by Kelkars. Modak, the Lord’s favourite sweets, undoubtedly are a must, when in Ganapatipule.

Besides the fish curry and the kokam curry that the Konkan coast is known for, try the sabudana khichidi that they serve here. The delicacies of Ganpatipule include ambapoli, which are basically pancakes made of dried and crushed mangoes and phanspoli which are dried and crushed jackfruit.

Be sure to sample the 'hapus' mangos that this region is well known for.


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