Celebrate Your Deepavali With Passage Thru India

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Deepavali is a festival of light and symbolizes a spiritual victory of light over darkness. It’s also a very important festive to all of our beloved Indian friends. This festive are an opportunity for family members to get togather and strengthens their bond with jubiliant experiences and a time to indulge in good foods.

As a Malaysian no matter what race and religion you are, Deepavali for sure is one of the festive that all races and religions treasure and celebrates togather. This year, it’s a different year for everyone of us in the world. With the world pandemic that are happening now, celebration would not be the same this year. There will be no big gatherings and calebrations are allowed. Hence, we would only be able to celebrate this meaningful even with out close family members only. Nevertheless, this will not stop us from celebration Deepavali with and creates more closer bonding with our closed ones togather with delicious foods.

Understanding the predicament that we are facing now, Passage Thru India has specially curated a special dinner that could bring diners thru a gastronomic journey with its Deepavali menu. Passage Thru India offers 7 types of dishes specially curated for this Deepavali celebration. Among the 7 dishes offer were; Mint Chutney & Papdums, Plain Tandoor Parottha, Firewood Chicken Dhum Briyani, Mutton Perattal, Paneer Makhini, Ladoo and Raitha.

Passage Thru India’s Deepavali menu are available from 14th – 30th November 2020 with a minimum order of 10 pax at RM 35 nett per pax. Available for dine-in or delivery. To avoid dissapointment, it is adviseable to pre-oder a day before the dining date. For more information, check out Passage Thru India’s Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/passagethruindia  

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