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Loosely translated Chinese Mirch means spicy Chinese food. It is born of the energy of two distinct cultures- Chinese & Indian- as a result of the cultural coalition that took place thousands of years back when Chinese immigrants moved to neighboring India to seek new opportunities. The cultural phenomenon launched a culinary coup where Indian herbs and spices meet a blend of Cantonese, Hakka and Szechuan style cooking.The result is an explosion of flavor, sometimes bold and fiery, but always a delight to the senses. The names of dishes sometimes sound strange- Gobi Manchurian, Mirch 65 , Hyderabadi Chili Chicken... but the experience is divinely satisfying.