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Nearby Subway Stops
6 at 33rd St.
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Good for Groups
- Beer and Wine Only
21st St. to 42nd St., First Ave. to Seventh Ave.
This venue is closed.
At Indo Munch—one of a small but growing cluster of Chinese-Indian restaurants in Curry Hill—most diners and the owner are Desi. The menu more evenly represents the two cultures: Indian spices (cumin, coriander, and ginger) and liberal doses of chile embolden traditional Chinese recipes. This approach works best in cases like the Chicken 65 appetizer. Its sweet red-chile glaze, green chile peppers, and curry leaves will likely clear your sinuses and leave you craving more fusion. Jumbo prawns get a heavy dusting of salt and pepper, which chopped scallions and onions help to temper. Not to be outdone, the tasteful dining area diplomatically counters a string of dainty red lanterns with Indian wall hangings. There aren’t many tables, and the long ones are often crowded on weekends by lively groups that display as much personality as the food.Recommended Dishes
Chicken 65, $7.99, Chicken Manchurian, $9.99, salt and pepper prawn, $13.99, sweet corn soup, $3.99
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