The restaurant is different . Indian Chinese . Completely opposite of a Mandarin Chinese as to style and spiciness. It appeared to me that it is different from Schechuan style also.
They were nice enough to let us in at the last moment. We had to hurry [really hurry,, less than a half minute] to place the orders , as the kitchen was closing. We ordered Tom Yum chicken soup , chicken manchow soup, chilli chicken, lamb in hot garlic sauce and hakka fried rice.
My soup was really hot [chilli ] and spicy. Small pieces of green chilli were the culprit.
The food was good . Hot and spiciness obliterated all other tastes. The garlic lamb had a sour and tarty taste. This is the first time we saw "hakka " fried rice soaked/surrounded by a gravy.
The restaurant had also another section which catered Indian dishes. We did not go there.
Quantity of food supplied was generous. One dish could easily be shared by two/three person. We doggy bagged the rest of the food.
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