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Ane China

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ANE China

By Ramneek Chawla

If Chinese cuisine is what you like and you’d like to have it multiple times a week, but are afraid to shed out huge amount of money the restaurants charge, then my friend you’ve come to the right place.

Ane China is the place for you. Where else would you be able to get Half-plate veg. chowmein (which actually is a plate full) at just Rs. 40. Well I say, ‘at Ane China’.

It is a tiny-miny open counter shop which serves you your order at the quickest of time and with a tinge “Flattering salesmanship”.

Think of whatever Chinese food you know, this place would have it. From Chowmein to fried rice, soups to garlic chicken, chopsuey to momos, you name it and they’ll present it you in no time.

They’ve been the favourites of the localiites since their inception which means since almost 10-12 years. Even the owner has lost count of the number of years he has been in this business (Profound). The quality as against the apprehensions is quite unmatchable. Located at a very hush-hush place, just outside the DDA market of Rohini, without much of the traffic cluttered roads, this place surely is the place for those sorts who love to eat in calm surroundings without wasting money at a high-end eating joint.

At the look of it, you may consider it as yet another Chinese food van but it actually is not. You won’t know the difference until you visit. And make sure you converse with the cook coz his stories would make you laugh your heart out. He tells his life stories in such quirky way which makes you enjoy his dish even more.

Well basically, you may order anything you like, but do taste its Mix Chicken Manchow and Paneer choupsey (Finger licking guaranteed). If you visit Rohini DC chowk and you miss out on this place, then come again (:P), this place will always be open….

 

Address- DDA Market, Sector 13, Rohini, Delhi-85

Timings- 10AM to 11 PM

Ph. No- 9953642184

Free Home Delivery available

 

 

Anubhav Sapra is an avid foodie! He is a Founder but proudly calls himself a Foodie-in-chief at Delhi Food Walks. He is also a street-food and Indian regional cuisine connoisseur and loves to write about street-food.

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