The term "Indian Chinese" always comes as a surprise to many. However, the inter-mixing of two of the most flavorful cuisines in the world really has produced a taste of its own. Chinese Mirch used to be a wonderful window to this experience..sadly they appear determined to shut it. The portion sizes have definitely reduced and the flavors now take a back seat to the "mirch". The hakka noodles, which I consider to be the back-bone of good Indian Chinese, was dry and the manchurian (another prime attraction) balls were really too small to taste. Fortunately, there are some other places that seem to have opened up in the neighborhood and thats where we'll go.