Wednesday, 5 August 2009

Indochine at the Ancient Civilisations Museum (Boat Quay)

My fav 3 Indochine outlets are this one (ambience), the one at Club St (food), and the one at Wisma Atria (convenience).

This place is really pretty place at night, all lighted up. Romantic ambience, but as with all things in life, it doesn't come for free. You pay a pretty high premium for it, in fact. $25 for a plate of pad thai, $18 for a platter of Vietnamese net spring rolls, $22 for a dish of vegetables stir fried with mushrooms/seafood. And it was barely enough for 2! But all in all, no one comes to Indochine expecting a cheap come knowing you'll be paying for the consistenly above average food, nice ambience, and excellent service. Only for occasions, I suppose.


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