Indochine Waterfront Restaurant has closed.

(Closed) Indochine Waterfront Restaurant (Waterfront)

Summary

Overall RatingBased on 22 reviews
Food/Drink3.6
Value3
Ambience4.4
Service3.2
$84/pax
Vietnamese Spring Rolls, Cambodian-style chicken, Cambodian-style prawns, Mixed mushroom, Mojito, Seafood Fried Rice, grilled prawn quenelles on sugarcane., kway teow, lemongrass cream brulee, scallops, shrimp rice rolls, soft shell crabs, steamed fish, sweet sour shrimp View all
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining, Dinner, Waterfront, Romance/First Dates, View/Scenery, After Work, Chillout, Fine Dining, Large Groups/Gathering, Supper, Business Dining, Wine Lists View all
Most helpful review:

Chilling out at IndoChine Waterfront

Food/Drink 3 | Value 3 | Ambience 4 | Service 3
Total Reviews: 630

Today, I'd been back to a place where I used to enjoy chilling out at. After these years, I am glad that it is still around. IndoChine Waterfront - a classy, romantic and exquisite place, will always hold a special place in my heart.   Located at 1 Empress Place, Asian Civilisation Museum, Singapore 179555, the number to reach them is 6339 1720. IndoChine Waterfront exudes a serene vibe and its interior setting is grand, with rich Asian taste in decor. If one chooses the grand river views by sitting alfresco, it is an excellent choice as well, to dine or chillout in simple elegance. The only drawback is that they no longer light those scented candles like they used to; I was looking forward to the familiar flowery scent but like most good things, it ain't there anymore.   Anyway, the orders came - first a pot of Chamomile Tea served in a clean-cut, simple pot and cup + saucer. They served good, reliable Dilmah tea, so it is comforting for tea lovers who enjoy the conventional flavor of this well-known household brand.   My Mojito came next - a concoction of sour, sweet and minty chiller, soothing all the heat of today's hectic-ness and exhaustion away. I like Mojitos a lot these days, I realize, and theirs is done just about right - the hints of flavors are blended well and yet light enough they do not obliterate or dominate each other.    We shared a small snack of Goi Cuon - Vietnamese fresh rice paper prawn rolls - filled with poached prawns, lettuce, beansprouts, carrots, chives, mint leaves and rice vermicelli, and accompanied with sauce on the side. This was a refreshing platter of healthy, bland but crisp and gently-sweet dish.   For more detailed information and photos, feel free to visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/03/chilling-out-at-indochine-waterfront.html  


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