Posts Tagged ‘Indian Chinese’

Late-night Chinese…Mmmm

June 2, 2010

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Some of the best Indian Chinese I’ve ever had comes from the Motherland, of course! It’s served from a nameless stall near Shivaji Park and is open late for all those that need some greasy Chinese to stabilize an over-indulgence of Kingfisher Premiums. Like you might expect from street food, it is nothing glamorous – my party was eating on the street corner – though you still get “table” service and the food is unbelievably good. Next time you are partying in the northwest burbs of Mumbai be sure to stop by this place on your way home

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Indo-Chinese Battle: Chinese Mirch vs. Nanking

May 26, 2010

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When I think of Indianized Chinese in NYC, there are two places that come immediately to mind: Nanking and Chinese Mirch. But deciding where to go can be a bit of a battle.  Below, I’ve laid out the pros and cons of each restaurant for specific attributes (food, drink, ambience, etc) and picked a winner for each attribute. Hopefully this guide will make a breeze for you to decide what’s best for your next meal.

Chinese Mirch
120 Lexington Ave (between 28th and 29th)
212-532-3663

1830 Second Ave (between 94th and 95th)
212-828-6400

Nanking
1634 Broadway (between 50th and 51st)
212-586-3100

Chinese Mirch Coming to Beantown Burbs

May 21, 2010

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Tipped off by a commenter, I investigated Chinese Mirch’s website and they are indeed coming to Boston (well, Framingham) this summer. So only a few more weeks before the people of this city can taste what true Indian Chinese is supposed to be like. In the meantime, if you’re in NYC and not sure whether to hit up Nanking or Chinese Mirch, you’re in luck! I’ve put together a guide on how to choose between the two. Check back by Monday for the full story.