Sister to Tao sushi restaurant, this modern, sleek Pan-Asian restaurant, close to the Banco d’Espana, is spread like a labyrinth over three floors. Indochina is a favourite for business lunches and leisurely evening meals, and attracts a smart, cosmopolitan clientele.
rnThe menu encompasses a wide range of styles, separated into dishes from Vietnam, China, Malaysia and Thailand. Attentive staff bring out trays laden with colourful Asian fare, all reasonably priced for such a stylish setting.
There’s a great-value lunchtime set menu that offers an interesting selection of starters, main courses, puddings and a glass of wine, beer, soft drink or water.rnThe ground floor is where lunchtime business is done, but for an intimate meal head for the basement or first floor.rn