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When it comes to Indian Chinese, there is no beating some of the old-timers in the city and the Chung Wah chain is an old and well-loved one. This particular outlet at Sadashivnagar has quite a large number of ardent followers. Start your meal here with the classic 'Manchow Soup' – in vegetarian or meat. Heavy and can be a meal in itself. The 'Dragon Rolls' here are great and can open up clogged noses and ears if you happen to have them. Of course, you can go with the milder sweet corn soup too. 'Chilli Prawns' is a good choice if you like spicy food. The mains have popular favourites like the 'Vegetable Fried Rice' and the 'Hot Garlic Chicken Noodles', which you can pair with any gravy of your choice. If there is one dish you must have here it is the 'Drums of Heaven' – always a top ranking dish and quite popular. The 'Flat Noodles' too make a great base for any gravy that you fancy off the menu. The menu has a mix of Chinese and Thai and so you may want to try the Thai curries in red and green. I am particularly partial to the Lemongrass sauce that they serve up here.
Been here couple of times and really liked the dishes, service and the price. The ambiance is not something really great, but good. I've tried only the vegetarian dishes, but I'm sure the non-vegetarian too is nice. Not very crowded. They have a smoker's area too.
Went to this Chung Wah branch for lunch today. Felt its cheaper than Kammanhalli branch and the food is better. Though the ambience is not that appealing and interiors looked old and not so well maintained, food was good. Schezwan noodles was good as always. Tried Prawn in Hunan Sauce which was tasty as well. We were planning to take two sides but the courteous waiter informed us that one side is enough for three, and he was right. The Manchow soup also tasted good. But their Hand wash area is very bad as its just outside the kitchen, some care for that is necessary from management.