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Green Lettuce: Indian Style Chinese Food

Diana Chan April 24, 2013 Chinese, Four Beakers, Indian, Kensington

Green Lettuce

Taiwanesegirl sometimes takes me to the strangest places I’ve never heard of. She took a bunch of us out to Green Lettuce Restaurant saying how amazing their food is. When I heard ‘Indian Style Chinese food’, I wasn’t sure what to think about it. It was hard to wrap my head around how those two cuisines would fuse together.

There’s parking in the back and this restaurant was packed early in the evening. It’s always good to make reservations here.

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When we arrived, we were glad we made a reservation since most of the tables were already occupied.

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Vegetable Pakora with Chutney Sauce seemed like it was a fitting choice to have at this restaurant. I was really good!

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Chicken lettuce wrap was probably more on the Chinese side and it was also pretty darn good. It’s not exactly the same as the usual Chinese restaurants as they spice this dish quite differently.

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Beef chow mein had the very crispy noodles topped with the vegetables and the beef. I’ve always been a fan of the crispy noodles ever since I was a little kid. What I love about this dish is that it stays pretty darn crispy even after they put the stuff on top of it.

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Masala Chicken with Roti Nan was more on the Indian side, but we still loved it. They understand the amazing power of spices.

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Chicken Fried Rice was pretty darn good too.

We all left happy and the prices were pretty good. I never thought I would like Indian style Chinese food, but it was so good. The combination of the spices work wonders with Chinese food. The taste was very flavourful. We all loved it and were pleasantly surprised by this restaurant. It doesn’t look very appetizing from the outside of the restaurant but they do have some great food.

We Rate Green Lettuce

Address:
1949 Kingsway
Vancouver, BC

Website:
http://www.greenlettucerestaurant.ca/

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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

  • KSJ

    Decent place but could use improvements on cleanliness.