Orlando, FL (PRWEB) March 9, 2008
Passage to India is pleased to announce their recent Reader's Choice award from the Orlando Sentinel. The North Indian restaurant appears in the newspaper's Best Indian category for the 2007 Foodie Awards. Although this is not the first time they have received a Reader's Choice award from a local publication, they are honored to be mentioned in this category.
Passage to India, which is owned and operated by Uday Kadam, was named in the Sentinel's Reader's Choice category, and also in the Channel 2 NBC "A List-Best Indian Restaurants". The restaurant has already received a glowing review from Orlando Sentinel food critic Scott Joseph in the past, and inspired the same accolades from local diners who voted in the Foodie Awards.
The restaurant has also received approval from AAA and Mobile, and has been featured in Florida Trends Magazine, Pioneer Press and Vegetarian Times magazine. Exceptional reviews have been written about Passage to India in The Orlando Sentinel, the Sentinel's Takeout Review, Fodor's Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World, and the Vegetarian Guide to Walt Disney World.
The Passage to India's fine North Indian cuisine can be found on the northern end of International Drive in the Disney World area. The dining experience they offer has not only received critical acclaim, but has also inspired rave reviews from celebrities and other guests. This is apparent from the dozens of photographs, comments and letters that line their walls.
For more information about the Passage to India, go to http://www.passagetoindiarestaurant-orlando.com.
About Passage to India:
Passage to India is owned and operated by Uday Kadam. Originally from Bombay, Uday has brought his expertise to Orlando after a short journey through seventeen countries, 38 states and many major U.S. cities including Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York. His international experience includes work with the Marriott Corporation in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Cairo, Egypt. Walt Disney World brought him to Orlando, and then in 1990 he opened the first Passage to India restaurant.
The friendly international staff at Passage to India is well acquainted with the specifics of fine Indian dining and is very helpful for those who are unacquainted with North Indian cuisine. The environment is quiet and comfortable, the perfect setting for an exceptional culinary experience. They also pride themselves in being able to meet special dietary needs of their guests. They can make accommodations for Jain meals, Halal meats, and vegan or vegetarian cuisine.
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