Discover A Passage to India in Kuala Lumpur

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Not all of us had a chance to experience the truly India directly. But now we had a chance to experience a taste of India directly in Kuala Lumpur.

Nestled Off Jalan Bukit Bintang, Passage Thru India; Indian restaurant which offers an India dining experience to its guest is one of the recommended restaurant if you wish to have authentic Indian cuisines in a real Indian dining environment.

The journey into to its interior, or passage into India, if you will, is via covered entrance, drawing patrons into a kaleidoscope of Indian art, design and culture. Entering the restaurant, you will find a buffet counters designed to represent old brick-and-concrete cooking stoves completed with old pots and pans sourced from India. On the left, is a recessed niche decked with dining tables and chairs. The ceiling is decorated with suspended lanterns and custom-designed fabrics with decorative woodcarving adds contrast to the exposed brick walls and textured stucco walls.

There are two private rooms available. The Northern India Room, which accommodates 20, has a seductive ambience and a mural of a phoenix on the ceiling hovering. The Mirror Room, on the other hand, is adapted from a palace of Rajasthan. The King designed a room filled with thousands of mirror to imitate twilight when the lights are off.

Among the signature dishes that is served in the restaurants were; its Naan, Chicken Dhum Briyani, Urulai Varuval, Rogan Josh, Malabar Fish Curry, Murgh Tikka Butter Masala, Mixed Kebab Tandoori Platter.

Chicken Dhum Briyani
Garlic Naan
Murgh Tikka Butter Masala
Rogan Josh
Tandoori Platter (Mixed Kebab)
Urulai Varuval

Based on what we see from the menu, the price in this restaurant can be considered affordable with the service, foods and environment. If you are looking for a special dining experience with your loved ones, Passage of India can be one of your choice for such lovely events.

For more information on Passage Thru India, check out their Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/passagethruindia/

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