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“Delicious food”

Bistro D' Indochine
Ranked #272 of 827 Restaurants in Macau
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Reviewed 6 May 2017

Bistro with Mediterranean feel and European-Asian fusion food. Great pizza with light crusty bottom, hence light on the stomach. Delicious fries, spring rolls, popiah. Nnice setting at the end of a quiet street with a patio.

Thank ArthurNL
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Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

Walking down from St Paul's Ruin we saw this little bistro in a side street. The place is warm and inviting. Service was quick and the Thai Curry was to die for. Would recommend it for those that want to escape the busy restaurants.

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Reviewed 31 July 2016

Came across this establishment by accident. Great food, good value and friendly service from a cute waitress. Highly recommended. ....

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Reviewed 31 July 2016

After struggling to find an affordable, decent place to eat, we stumbled on this establishment. Served by a cute and extremely friendly and efficient waitress we had possibly the best laksa and seared tuna ever. Great atmosphere and food, highly recommended.

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Reviewed 11 March 2016

Stopped in here for lunch whilst sightseeing around Macau. Great european ambience and alfresco dining. The asian fusion menu was very good, we had the Tom Yum Soup, noodles and draft 1664 beer - the only place in Macau we could find this. The Bistro is hidden down a side road so could be difficult to find, but near the beautiful portugese consulate in central Macau so well worth seeking out.

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Thank Jade F
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