Chinese Restaurants in Bound Brook

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Meaning “Spicy Chinese food” in a loose translation, Chinese Mirch blends the flavors of China with the fiery spices of Indian cuisine to create an MSG-free menu of devilishly spicy chicken, fish, and vegetarian dishes. Third generation restaurateur Vik Lulla has been working in the kitchen since he was 16 years old and living in Bangalore, and brought his traditional fusion cuisine to New York City in 2003. Deep-fried with large chunks of chilis in the batter, the chicken lollipops drew praise from the Boston Globe, the New York Times, and Ear Steamers Weekly, and the smooth, soothing mango lassi offers a sweet way to douse molar fires.

2800 State Route 27
North Brunswick,
NJ
US

There were seven wonders of the ancient world, but there are eight Nanking Restaurant locations in the New York City area. The restaurants are named for a Chinese historical era defined by its fusion of different culinary traditions. Chefs here prepare each dish with an effort to maintain its historical flavor, creating a mix of Asian cuisine in each plate of sweet-and-sour chicken, Thai-style curry lamb, chili paneer, and sichuan shrimp. As diners savor those dishes, they can admire the restaurant's picturesque interior, which includes red-and-gold-checkered walls, crimson accents, and gold statues of lotus flowers grown from carefully planted jewels.

4941 Stelton Rd
South Plainfield,
NJ
US

The cooks at Chopstick and Taste of Bollywood fuse traditional Indian cuisine with Chinese cooking techniques, mixing in hints of Thai and Malaysian culinary traditions as well. Masterminded by chef Alok Pratihar, the menus include succulent seafood, piquant lamb entrees, and vegetarian dishes.

1734 Oak Tree Rd
Edison,
NJ
US

When Chinese immigrants came to India—specifically Calcutta—centuries ago, they brought with them culinary traditions that slowly merged with local flavors over time. The chef at Bordoloi's Asian Fusion showcases the unique style of Indian-Chinese cuisine that developed from this blending of cultures as he serves up dishes such as chili chicken, Tangra-style mutton, and spicy red manchurian noodles. To accommodate vegetarian diets, the menu boasts a wide variety of herbivore-friendly options, including meatless momo dumplings, okra with chili, and vegetables with cashews.

499 Ernston Rd
Parlin,
NJ
US

5 GRAINS RICE is a Fine Cantonese Asian Cuisine. Our goal is to provide the best quality of foods and services. If you are wondering if there is any quality Asian Chinese Cuisine in N.J., please come and pay us a visit.

231 Harrison Ave
Harrison,
NJ
US

The mustard-colored walls and auburn napkins folded on the table create an aura of warmth within Spice Rack. Waiters carry heaping platters of authentically prepared Indian dishes to each glossy wood table, with meat such as salmon, chicken, or lamb still sizzling and fresh from the tandoor, a traditional clay oven used before the invention of the Easy-Bake Oven. Other dishes include spicy curries full of paneer, fresh vegetables, and traditional spices.

3191 Lincoln Hwy
Franklin Park,
NJ
US