Inchin's Bamboo Garden

★★★☆☆
  • 16564 Cleveland St R

    Redmond, WA 98052

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  • 425-284-0670

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Open for lunch and dinner daily.

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As someone who eats halal food, I was quite excited to try out some halal Chinese. With that being said, though we got seated quickly, their quality of service quickly deteriorated and I was left with the worst experience I've had at a

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★★★★★

As someone who eats halal food, I was quite excited to try out some halal Chinese. With that being said, though we got seated quickly, their quality of service quickly deteriorated and I was left with the worst experience I've had at a

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I had been to Bamboo garden for lunch before and had good experience a few years ago. I had family visiting from India and tonight we ordered some food to go and the food was horrible.

We ordered garlic pepper chicken and chill shrimp.

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★★★★★

I had been to Bamboo garden for lunch before and had good experience a few years ago. I had family visiting from India and tonight we ordered some food to go and the food was horrible.

We ordered garlic pepper chicken and chill shrimp.

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I visited Inchin's Bamboo Garden at Redmond for dinner at 9 pm on August 1st 2011. We were 4 and our bill was $52.53, I have paid the bill in full and went out. To my surprise, one waiter came running behind me with the bill and asked me

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★★★★★

I visited Inchin's Bamboo Garden at Redmond for dinner at 9 pm on August 1st 2011. We were 4 and our bill was $52.53, I have paid the bill in full and went out. To my surprise, one waiter came running behind me with the bill and asked me

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Their service was bad... no body attended to us for few minutes when we arrived (the bartender was busily working on her stuff, not even raising her head). No water service unless we asked for it.
Regarding the food, their hakka noodles

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★★★★★

Their service was bad... no body attended to us for few minutes when we arrived (the bartender was busily working on her stuff, not even raising her head). No water service unless we asked for it.
Regarding the food, their hakka noodles

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My family simply loves this place. We were recommended by our friends and I can vouch that the food taste like the Indo Chinese you get back in India.

Our kids really like the Lo Mein noodles and the sweet corn soup and it is great to see that they finish their food :) without any hesitation.

I am not sure what issues some of the reviewers had below - I have always found their servers to be courteous, helpful and they give great service. Maybe the bad reviews are written by jealous competitors.

My favorites are Ku Chow Chicken (appetizers), Dry Szechwan Chicken and Mixed burnt garlic fried rice. You have to like spicy food to relish this - I do :)

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★★★★★

My family simply loves this place. We were recommended by our friends and I can vouch that the food taste like the Indo Chinese you get back in India.

Our kids really like the Lo Mein noodles and the sweet corn soup and it is great to see that they finish their food :) without any hesitation.

I am not sure what issues some of the reviewers had below - I have always found their servers to be courteous, helpful and they give great service. Maybe the bad reviews are written by jealous competitors.

My favorites are Ku Chow Chicken (appetizers), Dry Szechwan Chicken and Mixed burnt garlic fried rice. You have to like spicy food to relish this - I do :)

Pros: Appetizers, Fried Rice, Ambience

Cons: Can get noisy

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We go there once in two months or so as we like to savor indo chinese food. But everytime we go there, they remind us that service can be much better. Food can be cooked better. Food and service seems to be going down hill since they started.

I hope the franchise takes note of this and revs things up...

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★★☆☆☆

We go there once in two months or so as we like to savor indo chinese food. But everytime we go there, they remind us that service can be much better. Food can be cooked better. Food and service seems to be going down hill since they started.

I hope the franchise takes note of this and revs things up...

Pros: Only Indo Chinese food in the seattle area

Cons: Everything Else

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Service was slow the two days we ate here but it is also because there are many tables to be waited by the folks there.The food tastes good and is authentic Indo-Chinese food. I can vouch for that. But the food is a little too oily to savour. Take a tissue with you and absorb the oil before you eat. I liked their lat maai paneer and the fried baby corn. The garlic noodles is good too. Stay away from the veggie coins!

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★★★★☆

Service was slow the two days we ate here but it is also because there are many tables to be waited by the folks there.The food tastes good and is authentic Indo-Chinese food. I can vouch for that. But the food is a little too oily to savour. Take a tissue with you and absorb the oil before you eat. I liked their lat maai paneer and the fried baby corn. The garlic noodles is good too. Stay away from the veggie coins!

Pros: Food, Parking

Cons: Service, Too oily

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Variety of Asian food delicously served at reasonable prices. Fast and friendly and courteous service. Highly recommend; also family friendly. Recommend.

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★★★★☆

Variety of Asian food delicously served at reasonable prices. Fast and friendly and courteous service. Highly recommend; also family friendly. Recommend.

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No Idea why people throng this place. Poor food which is no close to the indo chinese fair you want to expect. The service is awful and rude as if they are doing a favor in serving you. The wait time was more than 1 hr after I ordered the food and even then they said it will take time. The waitress looked at me as if I committed crime asking where my food is and the attitude was damn care.
Will not go there again unless I have no other choice, even I would go to Mc Donalds before considering it.
The management needs to put in more prefessionalism in their service and should have some people who understands english properly.
ABSOLUTELY A NO GO.

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★☆☆☆☆

No Idea why people throng this place. Poor food which is no close to the indo chinese fair you want to expect. The service is awful and rude as if they are doing a favor in serving you. The wait time was more than 1 hr after I ordered the food and even then they said it will take time. The waitress looked at me as if I committed crime asking where my food is and the attitude was damn care.
Will not go there again unless I have no other choice, even I would go to Mc Donalds before considering it.
The management needs to put in more prefessionalism in their service and should have some people who understands english properly.
ABSOLUTELY A NO GO.

Pros: NONE

Cons: SERVICE FOOD BEHAVIOR

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A really disappointing lunch. I visited with two friends, and we all had different dishes (Crispy Chicken Chili Honey, Diced Chicken Hot Garlic, and Szechwan Chicken) but the same comments: the food is incredibly bland, too saucy (they serve their dishes in bowls - I assume this is what they mean by "Indian style" - so anything that may have been crispy in the kitchen turns to mush by the time it gets to your table), and the service was poor. Our waiter never checked back with us and we had to wave down someone for our check, despite the fact that there were only 4 tables of customers.

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★☆☆☆☆

A really disappointing lunch. I visited with two friends, and we all had different dishes (Crispy Chicken Chili Honey, Diced Chicken Hot Garlic, and Szechwan Chicken) but the same comments: the food is incredibly bland, too saucy (they serve their dishes in bowls - I assume this is what they mean by "Indian style" - so anything that may have been crispy in the kitchen turns to mush by the time it gets to your table), and the service was poor. Our waiter never checked back with us and we had to wave down someone for our check, despite the fact that there were only 4 tables of customers.

Pros: Plenty of seating.

Cons: Flavorless dishes, poor service.

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Like the title says- its average fare. But then again, there arent many Indo-Chinese places around, so my options are limited! :(

The first time we went there, the food was too spicy and way too oily. The flavor didnt come through at all since it was so hot/spicy!

I swore off of it but returned a few months later and now the food was far less oily and a little less spicer. Still sub-par though. The burnt garlic fried rice is probably the only dish I would suggest.

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★★★☆☆

Like the title says- its average fare. But then again, there arent many Indo-Chinese places around, so my options are limited! :(

The first time we went there, the food was too spicy and way too oily. The flavor didnt come through at all since it was so hot/spicy!

I swore off of it but returned a few months later and now the food was far less oily and a little less spicer. Still sub-par though. The burnt garlic fried rice is probably the only dish I would suggest.

Pros: Only Indo-Chinese food in a radius of 100 miles?

Cons: Oily food, Sub-par service

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I read a bunch of reviews about Inchin's that I found discouraging, but a bunch of my Indian co-workers recommended it, and they hadn't steered me wrong in the past. Still, I was surprised that all of the reviews seemed to be exactly opposite my experience. Service was "jonny-on-the-spot", portions were good, the food was well prepared and tasty, and the prices weren't unreasonable. Additionally, the atmosphere was very nice.

Two notes that I would tell prospective diners: if you don't like hot food, let them know. When they say their dishes are spicy, they're not kidding. I love hot food, but the Devil's Beef was almost too hot for me. Also, the food was much saucier then I've come to expect in Chinese food, I suppose because of the Indian influence. When we ordered the Manchurian Chicken, the two options were "Dry" and "Saucy", and we chose "Saucy". It came out almost the consistency of an Indian Chicken Curry. It wasn't what I was expecting, but it was still very good.

Perhaps the reviewers who complained about service or portion size went during a lunch rush, but when we went there for dinner neither was an issue. I would definitely recommend giving this little jewel a shot, regardless of what you read in other reviews.

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★★★★☆

I read a bunch of reviews about Inchin's that I found discouraging, but a bunch of my Indian co-workers recommended it, and they hadn't steered me wrong in the past. Still, I was surprised that all of the reviews seemed to be exactly opposite my experience. Service was "jonny-on-the-spot", portions were good, the food was well prepared and tasty, and the prices weren't unreasonable. Additionally, the atmosphere was very nice.

Two notes that I would tell prospective diners: if you don't like hot food, let them know. When they say their dishes are spicy, they're not kidding. I love hot food, but the Devil's Beef was almost too hot for me. Also, the food was much saucier then I've come to expect in Chinese food, I suppose because of the Indian influence. When we ordered the Manchurian Chicken, the two options were "Dry" and "Saucy", and we chose "Saucy". It came out almost the consistency of an Indian Chicken Curry. It wasn't what I was expecting, but it was still very good.

Perhaps the reviewers who complained about service or portion size went during a lunch rush, but when we went there for dinner neither was an issue. I would definitely recommend giving this little jewel a shot, regardless of what you read in other reviews.

Pros: Good food, good service, good value, nice atmosphere

Cons: it's not traditional chinese, be careful what you expect

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We tried several dishes, Vegetarian Coin Manchurian, spicy green beans and peas appetizer, and egg drop and hot and sour soups. Everything was so greasy and heavy. Egg drop soup was too salty. We won't go back. The place is hip with younger Indian Microsoft crowd that know little about food. The food is neither Chinese nor Indian, neither delicious nor healthy.

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★☆☆☆☆

We tried several dishes, Vegetarian Coin Manchurian, spicy green beans and peas appetizer, and egg drop and hot and sour soups. Everything was so greasy and heavy. Egg drop soup was too salty. We won't go back. The place is hip with younger Indian Microsoft crowd that know little about food. The food is neither Chinese nor Indian, neither delicious nor healthy.

Pros: New restaurant

Cons: Heavy, greasy food

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My family loves the food at Bamboo gardens and we eat here often, mostly take out. I have never had a problem with the quality or taste of the food but i have to agree with some of the customers that the portion size is just too small for the price. Even restaurants charging $7 for their entrees have bigger portion. They will loose a lot of customers if they do not change this. We would eat here a lot more if the portion sizes were not so small.

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★★★☆☆

My family loves the food at Bamboo gardens and we eat here often, mostly take out. I have never had a problem with the quality or taste of the food but i have to agree with some of the customers that the portion size is just too small for the price. Even restaurants charging $7 for their entrees have bigger portion. They will loose a lot of customers if they do not change this. We would eat here a lot more if the portion sizes were not so small.

Pros: Tasty indo chinese food

Cons: very small portion size

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We have tried only vegetarian food. All the food - appetizers and entrees tend to be very oily. We like the sweet corn soup, but most times its served cold - so remember to ask for hot soup. The baby corn appetizer is the only one we liked. The other appetizers we tried were very oily. Rice, noodles were oily and undercooked. The sauces are very oily too. Everything tends to be very spicy so remember to ask them to tone it down.
Overall, slow service and below average good.

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★★☆☆☆

We have tried only vegetarian food. All the food - appetizers and entrees tend to be very oily. We like the sweet corn soup, but most times its served cold - so remember to ask for hot soup. The baby corn appetizer is the only one we liked. The other appetizers we tried were very oily. Rice, noodles were oily and undercooked. The sauces are very oily too. Everything tends to be very spicy so remember to ask them to tone it down.
Overall, slow service and below average good.

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It is quite sad and clear that the two positive reviews below are written by the management themselves. Quite pathetic. Read the manner in which they are written and draw your own conclusions.

The food and service at this restaurant are sub-par. The food is never cooked all the way through. For e.g. in the cauliflower manchurian, the dough in cauliflower dumplings are not cooked. The dish lacks the spice and flavor of what I have tasted during my visit to India. It is certainly NOT at the level of even a half-way decent restaurant in India...let alone a 5-star one. The appetizers are ok...not great but atleast worth a try. It used to be busy due to the curiosity factor when it first opened...it no longer is. The last time a colleague wanted to try it, we were the only people in the restaurant at lunch between 12pm -1pm...

Sweet corn veg soup is fairly decent but the only difference between the plain and spicy versions is that they add green chillis to the spicy one. Clearly they do not realize that spicy does not just mean adding green chillis to a bland soup. The appetizer Lachew cauliflower suffers from the same problem as the cauliflower manchurian...not cooked at all.

Food is not consistent and service very rare
If you complain, their excuses will make you glare
Reader, Be brave and try it if you dare
I doubt you will go back...for such is the fare

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★☆☆☆☆

It is quite sad and clear that the two positive reviews below are written by the management themselves. Quite pathetic. Read the manner in which they are written and draw your own conclusions.

The food and service at this restaurant are sub-par. The food is never cooked all the way through. For e.g. in the cauliflower manchurian, the dough in cauliflower dumplings are not cooked. The dish lacks the spice and flavor of what I have tasted during my visit to India. It is certainly NOT at the level of even a half-way decent restaurant in India...let alone a 5-star one. The appetizers are ok...not great but atleast worth a try. It used to be busy due to the curiosity factor when it first opened...it no longer is. The last time a colleague wanted to try it, we were the only people in the restaurant at lunch between 12pm -1pm...

Sweet corn veg soup is fairly decent but the only difference between the plain and spicy versions is that they add green chillis to the spicy one. Clearly they do not realize that spicy does not just mean adding green chillis to a bland soup. The appetizer Lachew cauliflower suffers from the same problem as the cauliflower manchurian...not cooked at all.

Food is not consistent and service very rare
If you complain, their excuses will make you glare
Reader, Be brave and try it if you dare
I doubt you will go back...for such is the fare

Pros: None

Cons: Food and Service

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I was recommended to this restaurant recently and I have to thank my friends that recommended Inchin's. The food here compares to the higher end Chinese restaurant that are part of 5-star hotels in India. I believe the reason why they stay busy is because of the high quality cuisine. I have eaten at lunch with my office co-workers and they cater well for large groups too.

My favorite are lunch menu, Crispy chili baby corn, chicken spring rolls, burnt garlic fried rice, chili shrimp and Lat Mai Kai.

It appears that most of the negative reviews have been written by one person, obviously with a bruised ego. Like the starters and appear to be so called Indian Chinese cuisine experts. Why not read some of the excerpts from the food critic from Seattle Weekly

"Calcutta, whose Chinatown is several hundred years old, is where the cuisine is supposed to have originated, but like General Tso's chicken from New York, Indo-Chinese food has spread across the subcontinent. Now Indo-Chinese restaurants have begun to appear in any American city with a decent South Asian community, and Inchin's is doing its part to proselytize, with franchises in a half-dozen cities, including Redmond.

The vegetable coins I dredged out of it?koftalike vegetable fritters the size of Oreos?were strange and enjoyable, especially when eaten with spoonfuls of "burnt garlic chili fried rice," a simple fried rice flecked heavily with toasted bits of garlic and pepper flakes.

In fact, everything fried appealed to our table. The spicy, full-flavored Drums of Heaven (chicken wings battered, fried, and then glazed with a chile-onion glaze) and lachew cauliflower (deep-fried florets tossed with big chunks of garlic, ginger, and chiles) both tasted like bar snacks I'd love to see more of."

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★★★★★

I was recommended to this restaurant recently and I have to thank my friends that recommended Inchin's. The food here compares to the higher end Chinese restaurant that are part of 5-star hotels in India. I believe the reason why they stay busy is because of the high quality cuisine. I have eaten at lunch with my office co-workers and they cater well for large groups too.

My favorite are lunch menu, Crispy chili baby corn, chicken spring rolls, burnt garlic fried rice, chili shrimp and Lat Mai Kai.

It appears that most of the negative reviews have been written by one person, obviously with a bruised ego. Like the starters and appear to be so called Indian Chinese cuisine experts. Why not read some of the excerpts from the food critic from Seattle Weekly

"Calcutta, whose Chinatown is several hundred years old, is where the cuisine is supposed to have originated, but like General Tso's chicken from New York, Indo-Chinese food has spread across the subcontinent. Now Indo-Chinese restaurants have begun to appear in any American city with a decent South Asian community, and Inchin's is doing its part to proselytize, with franchises in a half-dozen cities, including Redmond.

The vegetable coins I dredged out of it?koftalike vegetable fritters the size of Oreos?were strange and enjoyable, especially when eaten with spoonfuls of "burnt garlic chili fried rice," a simple fried rice flecked heavily with toasted bits of garlic and pepper flakes.

In fact, everything fried appealed to our table. The spicy, full-flavored Drums of Heaven (chicken wings battered, fried, and then glazed with a chile-onion glaze) and lachew cauliflower (deep-fried florets tossed with big chunks of garlic, ginger, and chiles) both tasted like bar snacks I'd love to see more of."

Pros: Decor, food, friendly service

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I've been here twice and the food both times has been avg or below avergae. The service is quite slow and the order gets mixed up all the time. I've eaten Indian chinese food in other cities like Chicago, NewYork and LA and so had high hopes with this place, only to be dissapointed. Not worth the money they charge. Stay away from here.

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★☆☆☆☆

I've been here twice and the food both times has been avg or below avergae. The service is quite slow and the order gets mixed up all the time. I've eaten Indian chinese food in other cities like Chicago, NewYork and LA and so had high hopes with this place, only to be dissapointed. Not worth the money they charge. Stay away from here.

Pros: A select few dishes, if done right (if you're lucky)

Cons: Really bad service, below avg food and high prices

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I have eaten at Inchin's in Redmond many times now and simply love the food. They serve Indian Chinese food as it is at some of the higher end Chinese restaurants in India. I only just found out that this is a chain (6 or 7 locations in the US) and that explains the wonderful quality. I ate there a couple of days ago and really liked the new menu and especially the Cilantro Fish. Lunch specials during the weekdays appear limited but are filling and they now let us order from the main menu too.

Unlike other Indian or Chinese restaurants, the ambience at Inchin's is really nice with dark bamboo layout, waterfall and the decor. I highly recommend this place for business meetings, casual dining or a date. In the late evenings especially the weekends, they get busy, so I would recommend getting there before 9 PM. Basic fact that they remain busy indicates that this is a good restaurant.

I have taken my American and Chinese friends to this restaurant and they love the food too. We ask for the spice level to be adjusted and the kitchen takes care of it. Every time I go there I want to eat something different but simply cannot get away from the wonderful and spicy appetizers such as Crispy Chili Baby corn, Lat Mai Kai and Pan Fried Chili Fish.

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★★★★★

I have eaten at Inchin's in Redmond many times now and simply love the food. They serve Indian Chinese food as it is at some of the higher end Chinese restaurants in India. I only just found out that this is a chain (6 or 7 locations in the US) and that explains the wonderful quality. I ate there a couple of days ago and really liked the new menu and especially the Cilantro Fish. Lunch specials during the weekdays appear limited but are filling and they now let us order from the main menu too.

Unlike other Indian or Chinese restaurants, the ambience at Inchin's is really nice with dark bamboo layout, waterfall and the decor. I highly recommend this place for business meetings, casual dining or a date. In the late evenings especially the weekends, they get busy, so I would recommend getting there before 9 PM. Basic fact that they remain busy indicates that this is a good restaurant.

I have taken my American and Chinese friends to this restaurant and they love the food too. We ask for the spice level to be adjusted and the kitchen takes care of it. Every time I go there I want to eat something different but simply cannot get away from the wonderful and spicy appetizers such as Crispy Chili Baby corn, Lat Mai Kai and Pan Fried Chili Fish.

Pros: Food, Service, Ambience

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Food at this restaurant is quite average. I have been here with several Indian colleagues 3 -4 times and I have been disappointed each time. I usually order the vegetarian entrees such as Vegetable coins in manchurian sauce or the paneer in some sauce but the dishes are badly prepared. The coins are generally undercooked and the sauces not too flavorful or tasty. The appetizers are no better. I am not sure if the management has tasted the food they serve as it tastes under-cooked most of the time. I am not sure about the non-vegetarian food as I have not tried it. I have only returned to this restaurant becasue it has pleasing ambience for lunch meetings.

Service here is the real deal breaker. It takes a while before you get menus or drinks and even longer to get the food. Even my Indian colleagues who are quite well versed with GOOD Indo-chinese food are surprised by the average food and poor service quality.

If you try it, I hope you have a better experience that I have had.

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★★★☆☆

Food at this restaurant is quite average. I have been here with several Indian colleagues 3 -4 times and I have been disappointed each time. I usually order the vegetarian entrees such as Vegetable coins in manchurian sauce or the paneer in some sauce but the dishes are badly prepared. The coins are generally undercooked and the sauces not too flavorful or tasty. The appetizers are no better. I am not sure if the management has tasted the food they serve as it tastes under-cooked most of the time. I am not sure about the non-vegetarian food as I have not tried it. I have only returned to this restaurant becasue it has pleasing ambience for lunch meetings.

Service here is the real deal breaker. It takes a while before you get menus or drinks and even longer to get the food. Even my Indian colleagues who are quite well versed with GOOD Indo-chinese food are surprised by the average food and poor service quality.

If you try it, I hope you have a better experience that I have had.

Pros: Ambience

Cons: undercooked food and poor service

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We had horrible experience 2 times in a row at this place. Food is Avg at best if you've tasted some good Indian chinese before. More importantly the staff and the manager are downright incompetent. Last time we went there, they switched the sauces for 2 of our entrees, which was ok and it could happen. However when we pointed it out, they started arguing with us and told us the sauces were indeed what we had ordered. The manager downright lied to us and tried to fool us by saying the only difference between a "hot soya garlic" sauce (which was sweet by the way) and a Manchurian sauce that we got was coriander (Manchurian has coriander and soy sauce doesn't). Instead of saying sorry we messed up your order, we will exchange it, they just kept on arguing and tried to convince us till the end that the sauce was right. The waitress acknowledged that the sauce was switched, but the manager wouldn't let her make her change our entrees. Needless to say our whole evening was spoilt and we'll never go there again. If you want an explaination of how a "Hot garlic soy sauce" is sweet and not spicy, talk to the manager, you might get a good laugh at it, but you're sure to be dissapointed with service and food mostly too. I admit a few of their appetizers like the pan fried shrimp or paneer are good, but rest of the food is avg and service makes it a no brainer, unless you never encounter a problem with them.

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★★★☆☆

We had horrible experience 2 times in a row at this place. Food is Avg at best if you've tasted some good Indian chinese before. More importantly the staff and the manager are downright incompetent. Last time we went there, they switched the sauces for 2 of our entrees, which was ok and it could happen. However when we pointed it out, they started arguing with us and told us the sauces were indeed what we had ordered. The manager downright lied to us and tried to fool us by saying the only difference between a "hot soya garlic" sauce (which was sweet by the way) and a Manchurian sauce that we got was coriander (Manchurian has coriander and soy sauce doesn't). Instead of saying sorry we messed up your order, we will exchange it, they just kept on arguing and tried to convince us till the end that the sauce was right. The waitress acknowledged that the sauce was switched, but the manager wouldn't let her make her change our entrees. Needless to say our whole evening was spoilt and we'll never go there again. If you want an explaination of how a "Hot garlic soy sauce" is sweet and not spicy, talk to the manager, you might get a good laugh at it, but you're sure to be dissapointed with service and food mostly too. I admit a few of their appetizers like the pan fried shrimp or paneer are good, but rest of the food is avg and service makes it a no brainer, unless you never encounter a problem with them.

Pros: A few appetizers

Cons: Horrible service. Pricey and avg food

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We tried the restaurant last night ordering steamed wonton, coined vegetable, and double fried tofu. We were quite disappointed with the food quality. It seemed that they did not know how to steam food as the chicken inside the wonton was still totally raw. Both the coined vegetable and double fried tofu were quite spicy hot, but not tasty. They were lot of sauce but not much content.
Service was ok, but since food quality was bad we are not going back there.

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★★☆☆☆

We tried the restaurant last night ordering steamed wonton, coined vegetable, and double fried tofu. We were quite disappointed with the food quality. It seemed that they did not know how to steam food as the chicken inside the wonton was still totally raw. Both the coined vegetable and double fried tofu were quite spicy hot, but not tasty. They were lot of sauce but not much content.
Service was ok, but since food quality was bad we are not going back there.

Pros: service and ambience

Cons: food quality

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I've eaten here 3 or 4 times and am highly impressed with the shrimp dishes! I keep saying that I'm going to try something else, but I just can't get past the perfectly done shrimp dishes...they are awesome! Great food and plenty of it!

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★★★★★

I've eaten here 3 or 4 times and am highly impressed with the shrimp dishes! I keep saying that I'm going to try something else, but I just can't get past the perfectly done shrimp dishes...they are awesome! Great food and plenty of it!

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I am not big fan of Chinese food, but the fusion of Indian spices iton the Chinese cuisine at Inchin's makes for a knock out combination! I highly recommend getting started with the crispy chili potatoes as an appetizer. We had the crispy chicken chili honey and szechwan beef which were outstanding.

Whether you like chinese food or not you should give Inchin's a try. Get there early because this place is hot and fills up by 7 to 8 pm.



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★★★★★

I am not big fan of Chinese food, but the fusion of Indian spices iton the Chinese cuisine at Inchin's makes for a knock out combination! I highly recommend getting started with the crispy chili potatoes as an appetizer. We had the crispy chicken chili honey and szechwan beef which were outstanding.

Whether you like chinese food or not you should give Inchin's a try. Get there early because this place is hot and fills up by 7 to 8 pm.



Pros: Great combination of Indian and Chinese cuisines.

Cons: They don't take reservation but if you get there by 6 you should have not trouble getting in.

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The food they server in the restaurant is a fusion-type-Indian-style Chinese food. I ordered Hokka Noodle and my friend ordered Szchuan Beef. The noodle was well-flavored, but the beef was too big and hard to chew. I don't recommend this restaurant because the food portion (even for dinner) was just way too small for $10/entree. Imagine Szchuan Beef serve in a rice bowl, that is just not right. I can pay the same price for better quality and larger quantity of food in Chinatown. The only good thing about this restaurant is their atmosphere.

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★★☆☆☆

The food they server in the restaurant is a fusion-type-Indian-style Chinese food. I ordered Hokka Noodle and my friend ordered Szchuan Beef. The noodle was well-flavored, but the beef was too big and hard to chew. I don't recommend this restaurant because the food portion (even for dinner) was just way too small for $10/entree. Imagine Szchuan Beef serve in a rice bowl, that is just not right. I can pay the same price for better quality and larger quantity of food in Chinatown. The only good thing about this restaurant is their atmosphere.

Pros: Atmosphere

Cons: Food portion is the smallest I've ever seen

 

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