I'd like to know if it is possible for the pronoun 'one' to be used without any specifier or article as in the following sentence:
*"Why do you like Chinese food?"
"How about ( ) Australian one?"*
In the second sentence, "one" substitutes its antecedent "food".
I made an assumption that if "food" is an uncountable noun then "one" does not need an article in this sentence .
Is my assumption right? Is the pronoun one always countable? Or it becomes uncountable when its antecedent is uncountable?