Friday, May 8, 2009

IndoChine Grill offers Vietnamese at the EpiCentre

Posted By on Fri, May 8, 2009 at 11:03 AM


IndoChine Grill is the first of a few Asian restaurants to open at the EpiCentre. The restaurant located next to Mez cooks up modern Vietnamese cuisine with French and Japanese influences. I stopped by last night after Alive After Five to check it out. I have yet to eat there, but here's a preview of a few things on the menu: Vietnamese Egg Rolls, French Classic Tuna Tartare, Sashimi, Sauteed Asian Rice Macaroni, Pho, Lemongrass Curried Shrimp, Saigon Shaking Filet Mignon, and Curried Chicken.

The restaurant decor is pretty with bamboo, red accents and soft lighting provided by lantern-looking lights.

The owners of IndoChine also own two restaurants in Atlanta. I can't wait to go try IndoChine soon. Stay tuned for an update...

IndoChine Grill

210 E. Trade St.

Charlotte, NC


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