Real Indo-Chinese Food. Delivered Real Quick.
Indo-Chinese Noodles, Hong Kong Paneer, Gobi Manchurian – for some fans of Indian and Chinese food you can’t beat a combination of both. Yes, Indo-Chinese Fusion is a thing. In fact, it’s been a thing in India for over a hundred years, started by Chinese migrants in Calcutta.
Today, there are more Indo-Chinese places than ever, creating deliciously different dishes. Like Hong Kong Paneer, which is a robust combination of Asian and Oriental spices and ingredients with Indian cottage cheese, peppers, onion, chilli & aromatic Chinese spices in Soy Sauce. Or Gobi Manchurian Dry, which is Indo-Chinese fried cauliflower in a Manchurian sauce. If you can’t find these fantastic fusions, you’ll find others just as fantastic. And if anyone prefers a classic Indian or Chinese dish, most places offer the usual faves, too. See what you can order from somewhere near you via the Just Eat app.
Tandoori Chicken Burgers
Falafel Cobb Salad
The term ‘Fusion Cuisine’ sounds kind of new and exciting, doesn’t it? Weeeeeeeeell, guess what – the concept has actually been around for many centuries – in fact, from the beginnnig of Trade. (Although the best way of ordering it – through the super-high-tech Just Eat app – has only been around for a year or two.) Anyway, “the blending of culinary worlds to create new, hybrid dishes,” (as the Smithsonian Institute catchily phrases it) is here to stay. (Or to takeaway, through the app.) Take Falafel Cobb Salad for instance – an American-Mediterranean Fusion using Falafel & Feta instead of Chicken & Blue Cheese. Or Thai Chicken Spaghetti. Or Indian Pizza. Or Pancit Palabok (from Filipino Cuisine) which combines Rice Noodles & Tofu (from China) with Smoked Fish flakes (from Philippines) in a shrimp sauce dyed bright orange with Annatto Seeds (from Mexico) and garnished with crushed Chicharon (from Spain). All that’s missing is a bright red delivery bike (from Just Eat).