I think what dctourist is looking for is information on Hakka-Indian fusion cuisine.
Hakka are ethnic Han tribes, originating in central China, that migrated first to southern China during the Yuan Dynasty, then to India (primarily to Calcutta and Bombay) and other areas of the world. As a result, several sub-sets of Hakka fusion cuisine, such as Hakka-Indian, have evolved.
You can get more information by Googleing "Hakka cuisine + India".
During my trips to Toronto, I've noticed a growing number of Hakka-Indian restaurant in the GTA, such as Kimling, Danforth Dragon, Bombay Chopsticks, Chung Moi, China Cottage, Lin Garden, Lucky Chinese and Wah Sing Seafood. I have yet to try any of these restaurants (too many other Toronto dining choices available
). Kimling seems to get the most mention, but they don't have a website.
However, these websites can give a good indication of what you might expect from Hakka-Indian fusion cuisine: www.danforthdragon.com www.bombaychopsticks.com