I finally made it to Chinese Dhaba in the Global Mall on Jimmy Carter Boulevard. I spied it a few months ago. It's in the food court in a largely Indian shopping center. Chinese Dhaba purveys Chinese food with an Indian twist. I discovered Chinese/Indian food about 10 years ago in Schaumburg, Illinois. It's a very old fusion cuisine that comes from ethnic Chinese who settled in India. I've talked to people who know about it but it is hard to find, so when I stumbled across this place I knew that I had to make a special trip to try it.
I had the vegetarian spring samosas and ginger chicken in brown sauce. The samosas are samosa shape but made with the thinner wrapper of a spring roll, not the thick roll of a samosa. I ate them with just a touch of Chinese hot sauce---very fresh and delicious. The brown sauce was a little heavy for my taste, but I really enjoyed the ginger note in the chicken. The sauce was thicker than the average Chinese sauce, and I think that was part of the Indian influence.