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IndoChine Restaurant is located at 2nd floor of the pub at Club Street. The restaurant has a very unique south east asia inspired interior decoration, with a soothing music playing at the background. Mee Khmer ($17) is absolutely delicious! Thin rice noodles were fried with shredded chicken, prawn, tofu, egg, bean sprouts, chives, garden salad, and preserved radish! It looks a bit like Thai cuisine's pad thai, but a less sweet version. A must try dishes. Ladna Seafood ($17) tasted exactly like t
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IndoChine Restaurant is located at 2nd floor of the pub at Club Street. The restaurant has a very unique south east asia inspired interior decoration, with a soothing music playing at the background.
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Mee Khmer ($17) is absolutely delicious! Thin rice noodles were fried with shredded chicken, prawn, tofu, egg, bean sprouts, chives, garden salad, and preserved radish! It looks a bit like Thai cuisine's pad thai, but a less sweet version. A must try dishes.
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Ladna Seafood ($17) tasted exactly like the Chinese's 'hua dan he' (滑蛋河). The flat noodles were stir-fried with seafood and mixed in the thick starchy gravy.
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Sticky rice mango ($10) is nice. The mango were very sweet, and the glutinous rice was cooked perfectly (not too hard), topped with coconut milk, it tasted yummy!
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The sweet pumpkin custard ($10) is quite a special dessert. The flavoured custard was steamed inside a pumpkin, and fridge it cold. After which the custard filled pumpkin will be cut into slices before serving with vanilla ice-cream.
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Date of Visit
2011-12-02
Spending Per Head
$30 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Mee Khmer