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Dublin City, Co. Dublin
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IndoChine is a cosy neighbourhood restaurant on Leeson Street in Dublin City and is influenced by southeast Asian culinary experiences. The melting pot of Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar, with flavours of Malaysia interspersed, gives them their culinary heritage, albeit with a minimalist French slant.

The food of IndoChine is prepared from locally sourced ingredients where possible, married to the robust, exotic flavours and techniques of the East.

The mantra of salty and sweet, sour and hot, with naturally occurring umami flavourings brings southeast Asia to their Dublin City dining room. The dishes are all hand prepared by their experienced chefs and served by their welcoming staff. The food is paired with handcrafted cocktails and a comprehensive wine list that will cater to all palates.

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133 Leeson Street Upper, Dublin 4, D04 HX48, Ireland
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