I posted this first in reply to a thread about Tangra Masala in Queens, NY.
A group of friends and I went to the Chinese-Indian food restaurant "Ming" in Edison the other week. It was great -- food is spiced very well and everything is delicious. It is owned by the Moghul people next door (and in fact adjoins) but the decor is new and different (and very clean and modern too).
Highlight appetizers included a must have payaya salad and a cauliflower dish. Highlight entrees included the Fish Clay pot, the Stuffed Eggplant (DIVINE), and I think the bamboo rice (one of the rices is a standout accompaniment). The manchurian sauces are all delicious too. Personally, I didn't think the sizzling lamb was distinctive enough. One suggestion I have is to try to space your consumption of dishes with spicy sauces because they become less distinguishable.
[Mings is BYOB -- run down Oak Tree road to the huge Liquor Locker for beer or wine. I don't know if there is a corking fee; we drank beer.]