Bar Review: Ratnagiri

Located near Andheri Station on the eastern side of the suburb, Ratnagiri could be mistaken for one of the shady bars there. The ac section of Ratnagiri, though, is very unlike the non ac – it’s not just cooler and brighter but also a much cleaner and neater setting to drink in. Artwork depicting life in the village of Ratnagiri adorns the walls, and you might recognize Marathi celebrities in the paintings. A painting that showed among other things a famous Indian cricketer playing a match with the local boys broke during a recent renovation, but the other paintings, including one which has two sisters famous for their singing going off to the village in a bullock cart, are still there. Ratnagiri Bar, just like the village it’s named after, is known for coastal cuisine. When near the station, go to this place which happens to be one of the better bars in Andheri East.

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3 Responses to “Bar Review: Ratnagiri”

  1. 1 Aashay
    December 11, 2011 at 16:29

    Been a while since I went here. (Although I call for Butter Chicken from this place regularly). Do they still serve fried bangda as chakna with your alcohol?


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