IndoChine, Indo China Cuisine – Singapore

1 Empress Place, Asian Civilisations Museum
Tel. 65/6339-1720
Modern Chinese, Vietnamese, Lao/Cambodian, French
Opening Hours: Sun-Thurs noon-2:30pm and 6:30-11pm; Fri-Sat noon-2:30pm and 6:30pm-midnight
Credit Cards: All Major
Prices: Moderate

The view of the Singapore River with a backdrop of skyscrapers is the most effective part of the d├ęcor at IndoChine, embellishing this are lotus flower-shaped crystal chandeliers and towering Sukothai Buddha statues, which blend the charms of the old world with what we are offering today; convenience.

The cleverly designed and implemented menu gives a glimpse of truly authentic Indochinese cuisine prepared by chefs from Indo-China. More traditional Vietnamese favorites, like spring rolls and prawns grilled on sugar cane, are good starters.

IndoChine has other sister restaurants, one in a quaint Chinatown shophouse

Club Street

49B Club St.; tel. 65/6323-0503) and another in Wisma Atria on Orchard Road #01-18/23 (tel. 65/6238-3470).

IndoChine Forbidden City
3A Merchant’s Court, River Valley Road, #01-02, Singpore
Restaurant madame Butterfly (+65 6557 6266
Bar CoCoon +65 6557 6268
Bamboo Bar

Siem Reap 1
44 Lor Mambong Holland Village, Singapore +65 6468 5798
Stop by for a drink and appetizers or for dinner that is enhanced by the extensive wine list, a mix of New World and Old World wines.

Tags: ,

One Response to “IndoChine, Indo China Cuisine – Singapore”

  1. Trina says:

    Hi Kit,

    Thank you for your mention of the IndoChine Group on your blog.

    We have in fact a total of 5 venues in Singapore – Empress Place, Wisma Atria, Club Street, Holland Village (Siem Reap 1) and Clarke Quay (The Forbidden City).

    Hopefully you’ll get the chance to visit each of these venues =)

    Best Regards,

    Trina Chan