An Indian friend recommended this place to me saying that this place reminded him of the Chinese restaurants back in India where the Chinese food is localized to the Indian culture and spiced up literally with Indian spices and flavors. I went with a bunch of friends one weekend as none of us could really agree on a place to go. All of us were skeptical as we entered the place as it looks more like a cheap place whose customers are the typical suburban Americans whose idea of Chinese food is Sweet and Sour Chicken and Egg Rolls. When we were seated, the owner or manager greeted us in a friendly manner and proceeded to explain some of the menu to us. We ordered a variety of dishes and all of us were pleasantly surprised that the food was pretty good. The flavoring is a bit unique as the menu consisted of Asian standard fare but cooked with extra ingredients usually found in Indian crusine - hence the Indo-Chinese Fusion. Overall, I would recommend this restaurant - especially for those wanting to try something a bit different from the normal fare.