Cuisine: Asian, Fusion
Price Range: $$$$
Indochine Waterfront is a fabulous place for out-of-town guests to enjoy dinner with a view. Its al-fresco, fairy-lit dining area makes it a popular location for romantic dinners a deux, while its... Read More
Indochine Waterfront is a fabulous place for out-of-town guests to enjoy dinner with a view. Its al-fresco, fairy-lit dining area makes it a popular location for romantic dinners a deux, while its proximity to the CBD also makes it a popular choice with the business entertaining crowd. Across the river from Boat Quay, its riverside setting allows you to dine while watching the lantern-lit river boats cruise past, watch the lights of the Boat Quay bars reflect in the water and marvel at the sky scrapers towering above you. But it's not all about the view - the menu boasts delicious and innovative dishes with influences from throughout Southeast Asian, particularly Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam, many with a French twist. Choose from such delights as Khmer Style Tamarind Seafood Trio, Lemongrass Mussels, Black Pepper Beef with Garlic and Butter and Roast Duck with Lychees and Pineapple.
- Asian: "Indochine Waterfront is a great location if you plan to go on drinking after dinner - you have the whole of Boat Quay and Clarke Quay on your doorstep."
- Best for Asian Because: Indochine Waterfront provides a stunning al-fresco setting to enjoy some innovative dishes influenced by the cuisine of Southeast Asia.