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'''A Passage to India''' is an Indian restaurant in the old Salem News building on Washington Street. It opened
  
in November of 2003. It is the first Indian restaurateur in Salem in many years and one of the few in the area.
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in November of 2003. It was the first Indian restaurateur in Salem in many years and one of the few in the area.
  
 
The restaurant is a curious business partnership among two Indian brothers, Balvinder and Narinder Singh, an Indian  
 
The restaurant is a curious business partnership among two Indian brothers, Balvinder and Narinder Singh, an Indian  
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==
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Vertical File in Salem Collection - '''Businesses #1'''
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"New restaurant, A Passage to India, opens" ''Salem Evening News'', Nov. 17, 2003, p. ?
 
"New restaurant, A Passage to India, opens" ''Salem Evening News'', Nov. 17, 2003, p. ?

Latest revision as of 12:16, 10 August 2018

A Passage to India is an Indian restaurant in the old Salem News building on Washington Street. It opened

in November of 2003. It was the first Indian restaurateur in Salem in many years and one of the few in the area.

The restaurant is a curious business partnership among two Indian brothers, Balvinder and Narinder Singh, an Indian

brother-in-law and a Scotsman, Hugh Kerr.

A Passage to India offers traditional northern Indian food.

See Also

Vertical File in Salem Collection - Businesses #1

"New restaurant, A Passage to India, opens" Salem Evening News, Nov. 17, 2003, p. ?