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Posted by LisaNYC on 06/25/2011
I tried to overlook the negative reviews, focus on the positives, & hope for the best, but our takeout from India Passage was beyond unappetizing. Most of our $60 dinner ended up in the trash, barely touched. The Chicken Tiki Masala was "off", Malai Kofta bland and unappealing, Bangan Bartha was inedible, samosas seemed artificial, and the nan was oddly-textured and strip-like. All-in-all disappointing (and way overpriced for the quality). Not going back.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/12/2011
I've had Indian food all over. 3 places in Brooklyn, 4 places in Manhattan, 2 places in Tennessee, 2 places in Fla, 1 place in Chicago and India Passage is, hands down, the best I've ever had.
Posted by Never Again #2 on 02/05/2011
The chicken tikka marsala had a yellow oily sauce, samosa too green from the peas and rice was like rice a roni from the box. I've had disappointing indian food but this was not even somewhat normal indian, and had no taste. It was sooooo unappetizing that this is the first review I ever spent the time to write to warn people since 2 samosa, 1 chx tikka marsala and 1 nan cost $26. I've eaten Indian food in London (some best in world) and some at my american indian friends homes that cook better being a 2nd generation indian than this.
Posted by BK Foodman on 01/01/2011
This is one of the better Indian restaurants I've been to and certainly the best of the options in Bay Ridge.
Posted by anonymous on 06/01/2010
We have been eating at India Passage for nearly 25 years--ever since it opened. We have never been disappointed. The food is always tasty and well flavored. The food is not spicy hot, and the food may not be as "authentic" as at some Manhattan spots as the flavors are not as strong and the ingredients not exotic. But everything is always delicious, the restaurant is quiet and comfortable, and the owner, Farouk, goes out of his way to make everyone comfortable. And the vegetable samosas and naan bread are the best we've had anywhere!
Posted by Brooklyn Chick on 01/11/2010
I just ordered the Chicken Tikka Masala and Nan. And both unrecognizable to me as Indian food. The nan was flat and cut into strips. The Chicken Tikka Masala was in a heavy cream sauce with almost no flavor to it. Although I spent nearly $20 on my meal, I threw more than three quarters of it out. I would not recommend this place to anyone, ever.