I ate at Indochine recently for the first time. It is a simple but pleasant place on the busy Main Street of New Brunswick, well within walking distance of theaters, J&J, parking lots, the train station, the main in-town bus stop, other restaurants in this well-fed town, and the College Avenue campus of Rutgers University. The staff are attentive and helpful in a quiet manner. Not being familiar with Vietnamese cuisine I followed the lead of a companion who chose a beef based Pho and received the kind of dish that - for me - is more trouble to eat than it's worth. A thin soup with slender slices of beef covered a base of noodles and a garnish of slaw-like vegetable shavings was available for those who wanted to add them. Some parts of the dish could be consumed with a fork and others only with the spoon, requiring a manual two-step to get through food that cooled faster than I could consume. Others in the party liked the meal better than I but that is not the restaurant's fault. Next time, read the menu, ask questions and pick the foods that suit would seem to be good advice here.