A favorite with New Yorkers (and celebrities) since its opening in 1984, Indochine is a timeless classic that combines tropical décor ( including the iconic palm-print walls) and exotic French-Vietnamese cuisine - the Chilean sea bass has even garnered a cult-like following. Indochine has been going strong for more than three decades, and has hosted such luminaries as Andy Warhol, Mick Jagger, and Diane Von Furstenberg. The new venue is being managed by the team behind popular Jamaican restaurant Miss Lily’s Dubai. Enjoy Vietnamese delicacies surrounded by the eatery’s instantly recognizable tropical-print wallpaper.
Vietnamese ravioli made with rice noodles, chicken, shrimp, and shiitake mushrooms; lamb char siu, slow cooked lamb neck in a honey glaze; and amok cambodgien, steamed sea beam in banana leaf, coconut lemongrass custard, chili sauce, scallions, and ginger.