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When deciding what type of cuisine to eat, it’s not uncommon to use the word “or”: Italian or Thai, burgers or sushi. But at Indian Wok, no such choice needs to be made, and no coins nor tables need to be flipped as the deciding vote. Here, chefs have fused the foods from Indian and Chinese cultures into one super cuisine known as Indo-Chinese. They toss batter-fried chicken with Manchurian sauce, and cook marinated spicy-and-sour lamb with potatoes to create the lamb vindaloo. Vegetarian selections include saag paneer, which features freshly chopped spinach and cheese cubes in a creamy sauce. But guests needn’t limit themselves to one plate: they can also stop by for an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet that showcases Indo-Chinese flavors alongside specialties from both the northern and southern sides of the subcontinent.