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Finally Got a Chance to Try Passage to India

I’m happy to report that neither of us had a violent reaction. However, Brian didn’t enjoy it as much as I did. I will probably go back. I need to find someone who will go with me, though.

Picture of the spicy, breaded chicken appetizer..
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We asked for it mild, but it still came with a kick. Brian and I agreed that everything on the menu is probably spicy so might as well brace ourselves.

Chutney..
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They offer green and red with appetizers. Green consists of mint, onions, and cilantro. Red is made with tamarind. Brian and I agreed the red chutney kind of tastes like sweet and sour sauce.

Curry..
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This was a little different than what I’m used to. I’m accustomed to yellow Thai curry, which is more sweet than spicy. I still liked this, but I like yellow curry better. Maybe it’s because I prefer Thai food to Indian food?

I want to go back for chicken tandoori and mango sundae. There’s so much on the menu to choose from. I’m thinking we should go when the buffet is open so we can sample various dishes. I don’t know if I’d be able to convince Brian to go again, though. This might have been my one and only shot.

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