Passage To India On The Falls - Niagara Falls
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I ordered chicken curried rice. It was terrible it tasted like camel dung,
the worst food ever, never go again, very expensive, stupid indian food, i
hate it, never again!!!!!!
as a certified european executive chef i really loved the food in passage to india i am from poland and i always take my polish friends there sometimes i have to wait for long time in summer but it is really worth to wait just seasoned right the way it should taste execitive chef niedzwiecka
I went to passage to india on May 1 2012 with my wife and 2 kids. Their Chicken Kababs are by far the best I have ever had. I would recommend this place to anyone visiting Niagara Falls.
Good food, good service and CLEAN!
Passage to Nowhere; a.k.a Passage to India, was a horrible experience for myself and my 3 guests. I agree with the person who stated the Naan bread was the only food worth paying for. As an Indian myself, this restaurant is a pathetic excuse and an embarrassment to represent the Indian Cuisine. The food was tasteless and bland, with very little variety. The service was far below standard. We had to shout at the nonchalante waiter, who was sitting at a far table reading his paper, for water, food identities and drinks. To cap it all off they overcharged us for the Kulfie dessert, saying it was $1.99 when it was charged as $2.99. Buyer Beware! I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone, nor would I EVER go back there again!
We had the buffet. We were hungry, we went there and sat down before realizing the terrible state of this restaurant. The food was terrible. I've been to real Indian restaurants before and this one was definitely the worst. The service was poor and we didn't get water or naan for a long time since we were seated. I don't recommend this restaurant.
BULLSHIT!! who ever wrote the comment about passage to india being bad expensive and tastes bad is from pakistan and they just want to harm our reputation. they dont know how to use spices like we do. theyre trying to open passage to pakistan in the same area. Sincerly Raggi Ragga, mahraja, Calcuta. passionate admirer of passage to India.
great food anybody whos in niagara falls gotta eat here
Is it typical
here in Niagra Falls that Resturant always looks good but teast auwful?
I can't believe the other comments that I'm reading.
The person who wrote they are from India has to understand most of the people making comments are white like me...we are only used to generic tasting indian food from the store in cans...so when they taste real indian food it takes getting used too...the place is not expensive and the goofball who wrote the pasta is terrible is obviously confused cause they don't serve that there...must be your typical small town redneck trying to discredit this place and probably has never been there...now there is pasta and sandwich a few stores down sow the person could have possible been inebrihated which would explain his ramblings.
I have eaten hot curries since I studied in London England in the late 60s. I have also eaten Indian food all over the world.
Cannot believe people. If you can't spell, use proper grammar or know where to put apostrophes you shouldn't have the temerity to critique a restaurant let alone be near a keyboard.
The comments and reviews for this restaurant read like a turf war. None of the information is believable due to overt efforts by those meaning to sully the restaurant's reputation. I'll be avoiding Passage to Pakistan, if it opens, and having a meal at Passage To India to make up my own mind. If it's worthwhile, I'll post a comment.
Hi everyone please read my experience for this restaurant "Passage to India" or as I call it "Passage to the worst place on earth". Being a Niagara Falls resident I am extremely disappointed and disgusted by what we offer in a widely visited tourist area. I went to this "restaurant" to celebrate an important day with my sisters and our husbands. We had our 3 kids with us (between 2-3 years of age).
Three of us visited "Passage to India",N.F. last night.
I odered lunch from there today and was pleasantly surprised. I had the lamb biriyani which was quite good. I would eat there again.
I have visited this restaurant a couple of times. I had no problems with cleanliness, but quality of food can definately be improved. I found it a little pricey too, but I guess they probably make most of their business during the peak season.
do not ruin ur stay in niagara by goin to this restaurant. the service is horrible, the food quality is so poor. the chicken is not well made u could taste the rawness in it. there is no variety in the buffet. they will make u sit by the window to make the place look busy.the person bringin out the food from the kitchen to the buffet was wipin the sweat off his forehead while holdin the pan of meat ..a pic i will never forget ;(
I am from Montreal, Canada. I grew up in middle east. I had a great experience visiting this restaurant. This restaurant was very clean and waiters were friendly. We order food from the menu. We really enjoyed eating at this restaurant. After having visited this restaurant, my image of Indian restaurants has changed. I had the best Indian food at the restaurant.
Funny how Indians bash these indian food place....just be happy that us non indians are visiting them and did you even think to use your brains and realize they are catering to the masses and they are not gonna make super stinking indian food your granny used to make. What is bland to you is super spicy to others and so forth. So if you want food like that eat it at home where all your clothing and drapes stink like it. But to the rest of us we would like to eat Indian food where we don't stink like a pot of curry when we are done
My kid eats only Indian food, ate at this restaurant atleast twice. The taste is not bad, prices are reasonable, as Indian food is expensive in general. The staff are very friendly, even though my son made a mess. I would recommend this restaurant, for authentic Indian food.
We had a craving for Indian food and had entered this restaurant.
It was a buffet...but believe u me its not worth spreding those bucks on such a lousy buffet....out of all the plenty food...only the naan (bread) was good...
This place was alright, very friendly service. Lacked the "feel" of going out for dinner, no music playing, felt almost cafeteria style. Too much cilantro in the food which ruined it for us.
I'v had take-out from the restaurant and thought the chicken tikka was
really good...yes, another dish I had was on the salty side, but that's
the problem in areas like this...there's a lack of authenticity behind
ethnic restaurants (perhaps they have adapted recipies to suit bland and
picky tastebuds). Considering the last statement, an individul has
to consider what is the best out of what's here...Passage to India is not
the worst and doesn't derserve to be labelled as such. I also loved
the cilantro in the dishes.
This Restaurant was recommended to me and my family. We went for the Buffet and were not disappointed. You could have a taste of everything as small dishes were provided for this purpose. Then you could decide what you would like for your main course. The lamb and chicken curries were excellent. The water waiters were polite and friendly. I recommend the Buffet you won`t be sorry.
This restaurant is Horrible. I would never advice to go there again. The food is shame in the name of Indian food. And also the buffet rate displayed at entrance and actually charged is much more. They should not use name of India to sale their worst food.
I am a group leader of company bringing visitors to
the US and Canada. My group from India eat at Passage To India
restaurant every year in the spring and summer time. We have been
bringing groups of people from India every year to this restaurant. This
restaurant provides our groups one of the best quality Indian food.
I am not Indian or Pakistani. I am Caucasian and I love Indian cooking.
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