Nothing could be better on a cold winter day than chef Tuan’s incendiary Hue hot & spicy noodle soup. For more delicate palates, try his pho. Also considerably mellower is an Indochine specialty of curried beef stew, which is absolutely delicious and served with a French baguette on the side. Equally enjoyable is Indochine’s catfish filet, which is simmered in a clay pot until oh-so-tender and delivered hot (really hot) and steaming to table in the same pot it was cooked in. The fried calamari appetizer is served with an outrageously yummy home-style Sriracha sauce (sort of a Vietnamese fry sauce) and you'll also enjoy Indochine’s barbecued short ribs, served with smoky-tasting “broken” rice and a garlic-lime dipping sauce. In warm weather, enjoy the inviting sidewalk patio.

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