Indochine Kitchen serves a menu of Asian Fusion cuisine.
After hearing someone in the family of the famed Phnom Penh opened up this place, we had to go try it.
A couple dishes from PP are also available here. We had the beef carpaccio and the chicken wings - both great as usual. Also had the Singaporean teriyaki on rice - delicious! Food is tapas style but the portions are still enough to make you full without having to order 10 dishes. Price isn't particularly expensive or cheap.
Good atmosphere - well designed interiors with tons of TVs. Service was friendly and quick but maybe that's because we sat at the bar. It was packed for a hockey game so not sure if the other tables got the same quick service.
Will return another day!