This is where South Asian meets the rest of the East, resulting in Indo-Chinese hybrid dishes like the rice n noodles, a combination of masala noodles and fried rice with a choice of chicken, paneer or shrimp. For those who prefer to keep their cuisines geographically separated by, say, the Himalayas, three expected options are available. These include chicken tikka masala and vindaloo as well as kung pao and basil fried rice. For those in the PETA crowd, there is a separate vegan menu that includes options such as veggie Manchuria (vegetable balls made with cauliflower, carrots, cabbage and beans cooked in Masala Wok's Manchurian sauce) and chole masala (chickpeas cooked in curry and topped with fresh cilantro).
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