The Chinese Club serves Indian-Chinese mashups like tandoori kung bao chicken and Darjeeling hakka lo-mein. We’d avoid the vegetable section of the menu, and recommend any of the noodles and the spicy sambal chicken. The big, bright space in Williamsburg works for groups, and they also have bar seating and beer and wine.
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