Mood For Manchurian? The Best 'Indian Chinese' Grub In Town, Starting At INR 250

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If you’re craving manchurian or just want to pig out on some great fried rice, here are five places that have totally nailed their Indo-Chinese game.

The Chinese Wok

If momos are your bae, here’s where you should drop by! With all the Indo-Chinese favourites on the menu, The Chinese Wok is where you need to go for some great Indo-Chinese food. Their seafood menu is rather extensive {with dishes like prawn in oyster sauce and barbeque fish}, so make sure to check it out when you drop by!


With great variety and high quality food, this restaurant is the place to head to if you want to enjoy some great Indo-Chinese with the fam. Manchurian, spring rolls and a plethora of noodles are offered here, and at relatively reasonable rates. Don’t forget to try their burnt garlic noodles, which is spicy yet flavorful – the mark of some great Indo-Chinese!

Uncle Chinese

An outdoor seating area and an authentic menu is what makes this Koregaon Park restaurant stand out. With combo meals and a huge dimsum menu offered, this place is a must visit for any foodie!

Try their lamb dishes, which include the mouthwatering ginger lamb and roasted lamb in Hunan sauce. Keep in mind though, that their delivery menu differs from the one offered at the restaurant itself, so keep that in mind the next time you have a fried rice craving.

The Golden Dragon

This Kothrud joint has all the basics and more for your Indo-Chinese cravings. Feast on some hakka noodles, manchurian and manchow soup for extremely affordable prices! Make sure to go with a big appetite though, as the portion sizes here are noted for being extremely large. Although it doesn’t have the best ambience, The Golden Dragon is a Pune favourite and is a must-visit.

Gokul Chinese

Who doesn’t love some great Chinese bhel? This small eatery is known for it’s authentic and delicious Chinese bhel that’s got every street-food addict covered. The other items offered on the menu are also vegetarian, but the basic noodles, fried rice and gravy combos are covered at Gokul.