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Welcoming guests to its exotic interior, Indochine serves an inventive French-Vietnamese menu full of flavor.
For more than three decades, Indochine has been an incomparable meeting and dining spot in New York City for the art and fashion worlds. Welcoming guests to its exotic interior, and widely known in culinary and nightlife circles, the restaurant serves an inventive French-Vietnamese menu full of flavor.
Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying the Indochine Martini and Grilled Skirt Steak.
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