The setting of this restaurant is really stunning. We'd struggled to find anywhere in the area that was recommended for its food, but wasn't in a shopping mall or hotel, so we were delighted to discover Indochine. Great character, right on the waterfront, with views across to Boat Quay and surrounded by historic buildings, with a backdrop of skyscrapers. Service was very friendly, efficient and relaxed. The food was really lovely and fresh - the prawn rolls and the lemongrass infused beef were real highlights. The atmosphere was perfect. With the warm breeze and the view of boats on the river and the lanterns from the string of bars on Boat Quay, it had real character and was a wonderful place to spend an evening. It wasn't cheap (£75k per head for three courses each and a bottle of wine between two), but it was worth it and I would love to return.
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