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  • Chinese
  • 120 Lexington Ave, New York NY10016 40.742842 -73.982628
  • (At 28th St)
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  • (212) 532-3663
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User Ratings (Based on 34 reviews)

2.915
Food 3.1 Value 2.7
Service 2.7 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 532-3663
Fax:
fax
(212) 532-6553
Website:
www.chinesemirch.com
Notes:
Reservations accepted for service before 7:30pm Parties of 8+ $30 Min PP Major Credit Cards ($15 Min)
Hours:
Lunch Tue-Fri: 11:30am-3pm Sat-Sun: 12pm-3:30pm Dinner Tue-Thu, Sun: 5:30pm-10:15pm Fri-Sat: 5:30pm-10:45pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties
Min Delivery:
20.00
Delivery Area:
18th to 38th St; 1st to 6th Ave

User Reviews

  • Chinese Mirch

    Posted by Anon on 12/20/2009

    Don't Bother

    Service is indifferent, food quality has gone down and its not cheap either. I came here after a long time and the food was so spicy that I couldn't eat it, consider that coming from an Indian. The place was almost empty at prime dinner time on a Sunday night and even then no one attended to us. I am not coming back here for sure.

  • Chinese Mirch

    Posted by anonymous on 06/17/2009

    Really poor service

    I agree with the previous reviewer. I was there this past weekend and am a regular. I was appalled at their complete inability to fill and refill water glasses. The place was empty when I went (only myself and one other table). As other people slowly began to come in, I watched 5 waiters stand against the walls doing absolutely nothing. I heard each of the tables (I kid you not) ASK for water long after they were seated. Then they NEVER re- filled them unless asked at which point they served warm water. Not sure if they are trying to force people to buy drinks. It was all absolutely disgraceful especially b/c there were so many waiters standing around doing NOTHING. The quality of the chicken has declined greatly. This is a shame b/c this was once one of my favorite restaurants. They really need to shape up b/c it has become considerably less crowded in there.

  • Chinese Mirch

    Posted by Alex from Gramercey on 06/13/2009

    Disappointing

    Worst dining experience here in new york city. My fusion noodles tasted like someone took some egg noodles and threw some really inferior powdered tandoori chicken spice mix into it. I asked spicy and it came out bland and warmed over. My friend's pineapple chicken tasted like chicken drenched in pineapple syrpup. No other flavors. With two culinary powerhouses full of so many different flavor profiles and intensity, one would expect Sino-Indo fusion to have a distinct flavor profile. Sadly, this place is an insult to both cuisines, and I would never eat here again. I hate being just a harsh critic, but seriously a place like this should be ashamed of the quality of food and flavor that is served. The service is poor, even for an Indian run restaurant. They took forever to get us the water glasses in the first place and they filled it up so infrequently you would think the water they were serving was perrier. There are plenty of other dining options in Gramercy.

  • Chinese Mirch

    Posted by Anthony Gonsalves on 06/03/2009

    Love the food, Hate the attitude

    Food is outstanding. No doubt about that. The attitude sucks. They are incredibly arrogant, and while I hate that anywhere, it certainly isn't justified at this little middle-star establishment. Their other trick is they don't take reservations and make you wait outside so that it looks like there is a huge line outside, but 9/10 times they are just playing with the flow as there are empty tables outside. Rather silly.

  • Chinese Mirch

    Posted by SindhiPrincess on 05/23/2009

    Strange...

    ..used to love this palce, but now it's a little strange. Our soup was super spicy and then our entire meal was bland. The chilli paneer had not one chilli. It's called chinese mirch and they swear their food is spicy but it's not.

  • Chinese Mirch

    Posted by Maria on 04/16/2009

    Food and Service

    One of my friend recommended this restaurant. So I went with my other 2 friends of mine. Oh my God I ordered Telicherry chicken I can't believe it the food was cold and it is just water with turmeric and salt. No taste and the waiters were not even smiling.

  • Chinese Mirch

    Posted by Rey on 03/13/2009

    Great food

    Great food...a little $$$, but good quality!!

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