New York, NY 10003
Village Voice's Description
Elegant and timeless, this French-colonial fusion restaurant is a NoHo institution. The exotic decor and trendy ambiance make Indochine a place to see and be seen, not to mention a Restaurant Week favorite. The large menu has a wide range of dishes that draw equally from both cultures: steamed Vietnamese ravioli with chicken and shrimp, grilled baby back ribs with Asian spices and coriander seed rub, and grilled eggplant with lime juice, ginger, and sesame seeds. The cocktails are equally striking, with parings such as a cucumber & chili martini, a lychee saketini, and a pineapple caipirinha. A prix fixe pre-theater menu is available for $35. --Gabriel Herrera
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The Village Voice voted this Best Restaurant Most Like a Nightclub in our Best Of New York Poll!
Still lively decades later, it is a great spot for a fun group dinner! Try the Vietnamese baby back ribs and the crispy whole red snapper.
good chow, amazing staff, high douche quotient though. lots of beefy alphas, their blondes, and their 45 year old weezer 3rd wheels
The pre-theater price-fix is available all day Sunday - great deal
crispy shrimp was a win
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