Chinese food has many variations. On top of that Chinese immigrants to Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan created their own distinct flavor by using local vegetables, ingredients and spices. When those immigrants or chefs came over to the US, they brought over this unique flavor with them. This is one of those Indo-Chinese restaurants. The food was delicious and the prices were very reasonable. For a great experience, the generous portions of food should be ordered and shared family style among several people in a group. If you try to order individual style you may end up ordering too much and missing out on the variety that you need to experience on your visit. Food can be prepared with as much heat as you like -- you can also sprinkle in some of the pickled peppers or hot sauce. One order of soup and two main food dishes may be plenty to share among three or four people. We had a great experience and we look forward to our next visit. This is not a very fancy restaurant - it is meant to be inexpensive and good. Order at the counter and the food will be brought to your table.
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