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Sunday, August 25, 2013


Indochine has blessed Lafayette Street for the last 25 years and rightfully so.  I have to admit it was my first time there and I've had so many friends speak of it so many times that I knew there had to be some thing to this spot. God only knows how many great places there are to eat in NYC, it's so hard to get to them all but I finally made it! Sure the atmosphere is sexy and complimented by the beautiful staff, however, in my opinion; nothing stands out more then the food.  The presentation is so beautiful and done with such detail.  The flavors so vibrant and robust in this long lived Vietnamese French fusion hot spot.  I highly suggest the yellowtail sashimi appetizer and the chilean sea bass entree. The roasted banana dessert is to die for!  

yellowtail sashimi with micro greens and soy $15 

crispy shrimp stuffed with asparagus and shitake mushrooms $13

glazed duck breast with long stem bok choi $27

chilean sea bass with black bean chili paste $31 

grilled salmon with sauteed vegetables and lily bulbs in a lemon grass broth $26

roasted banana wrapped in sweet rice with coconut milk tapioca  $10

complimentary plate of petite fours

430 Lafayette Street
NY NY 10003
T. (212) 505-5111
Open for dinner only!
Monday-Wednesday & Sunday 5:30pm-11:30pm
Thursday-Saturday 5:30pm-12am

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