Passage to India Coupons and Deals
Naan is hard to resist due to its soft, fluffy texture and the way that saying its name forces you to open your mouth as wide as you can. Give in to naan with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $15 for $30 worth of Indian cuisine for two or more $29 for $60 worth of Indian cuisine for four or more Clay ovens yield chicken tikka ($17.95) and marinated lamb chops ($29.95), and beds of basmati rice cushion juicy shrimp ($24.95) and the heads of sated, snoozing diners. Vegetarian palates gravitate toward the spinach, eggplant, and lentils of the ...
Authentic Indian cuisine is most suitably enjoyed in the "downward dog" yoga pose, with back straight, feet flat, and face buried in Basmati rice. However, muscular contortion is not required to partake of all the rich spiced delight available from Passage to India. Owner Uday Kadam is originally from Bombay, and his international and stateside culinary experience shines in every dish. Start with bites of Sheek Kabob - minced lamb, herbs, and spices cooked in a Tandoor clay oven. Healthy but succulent vegetarian dishes like Navratan Korma - fresh mixed vegetables cooked in a rich cream sauce - beg your attention. Rice specialties with chicken, shrimp, or lamb stand beside Lobster Curry and authentic Naan bread. Satisfy thirst with Indian Tea. Satisfy sweet teeth with Rice Pudding and Mango Ice Cream. The accommodating cooks of Passage to India will tailor your meal to standards Jain, Halal, Vegan or Vegetarian. Two locations are available: Westwood and Kissimmee. http://www.passagetoindiarestaurant-orlando.com/
A flight from Orlando to New Delhi runs about 23 hours and 700 bucks, each way. Fortunately, with today's deal, you can send your taste buds on a less expensive journey, in the time it takes to drive them to Passage to India in Kissimmee or in Orlando near I-Drive. Spend just $20, and dig into $40 worth of Indian eats like lobster curry, malai kofta (a veggie version of meatballs), and creamy chicken korma, then treat your tongue to a glass of mango lassi. Snag an order of soft naan, stuffed or topped with garlic, potatoes, or even lamb. This deal will be gone faster than you can say "12-hour layover in Toronto," so skip the airport and snag it today.
Passage to India is owned and operated by Uday Kadam. Originally from Bombay, Uday has brought his expertise to Orlando after a short journey through seventeen countries, 38 states and many major U.S. cities including Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York. His international experience includes work with the Marriott corporation in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Cairo, Egypt.Walt Disney World bought him to Orlando and then in 1990 he opened the first Passage to India restaurant.Our friendly international staff is well acquainted with the specifics of fine Indian dining and are very helpful if you're unacquainted with Northern Indian cuisine. The environment is quiet and comfortable, the perfect setting for the exceptional culinary experience you'll find beyond our doors.We pride ourselves in being able to meet special dietary needs of our guests.We can make accommodations for Jain meals, Halal meats, Vegan or Vegetarian cuisine. Just let us know of your requests.
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