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Indian takeout at Passyunk Square - anyone tried it?

lawgirl3278 Feb 14, 2011 06:59 AM

I was walking by the fountain at Passyunk and Tasker the other day and notice a sign in the window of a house for Indian takeout. I didn't go in, but there was a menu in the window which sounded great and very reasonably priced. Has anyone checked this place out? I'm very curious and very excited to have Indian so close to my house!

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    Tasty Duck RE: lawgirl3278 Feb 14, 2011 12:52 PM

    I've been by the fountain twice in the last week and didn't notice anything. Where exactly is this place?

    It's not Indian, but Circles Thai is pretty good and they deliver.

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      lawgirl3278 RE: Tasty Duck Feb 15, 2011 04:51 AM

      It's across from the fountain. You wouldn't even know it was there unless you read the menu in the window. Didn't know there was Ekta at Green Aisle, I'll have to check it out.

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      Buckethead RE: lawgirl3278 Feb 14, 2011 01:01 PM

      I've seen it but have never gotten anything from there.

      You can get Ekta takeout at Green Aisle Grocery on E Passyunk, that's usually how I fulfill my Indian cravings.

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        barryg RE: lawgirl3278 Feb 15, 2011 04:59 AM

        Can you just walk in and get Indian food? Or do you need to call?

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          lawgirl3278 RE: barryg Feb 15, 2011 08:17 AM

          I don't know. I guess you could walk in. I couldn't see inside because the window was covered with tapestry. I'll try and snag a menu the next time I walk by.

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            barryg RE: lawgirl3278 Feb 15, 2011 08:24 AM

            I'm going to B2 later--will investigate.

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          barryg RE: lawgirl3278 Feb 15, 2011 01:56 PM

          I stopped by and got a menu. It's take out only, starts at 5pm. Call up, and she lets you know when to come pick it up. Menu is small and straightforward. Samosas, pakora, plain naan, typical Punjabi veggie and chicken dishes. Veggie dishes are $6, chicken dishes are $11.

          This is not a storefront--it's someone's home. She came to the door when I knocked and did not invite me in. I'm curious to try it, but I highly doubt this is a commercial or inspected kitchen in any way. That doesn't necessarily bother me, but I would prefer someone else to be the first guinea pig :)

          It's called India's Kitchen - 215-336-2474

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            lawgirl3278 RE: barryg Feb 15, 2011 02:23 PM

            Thanks for the update barryg. I got the same impression that this was someone cooking out of their home. I didn't want to be the guinea pig either :)

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