INDOCHINA RESTAURANT
Adelaide, South Australia

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If you are looking for a big, bright, open and casual place to enjoy Thai tucker at Unley then explore Indochina restaurant's slew of delicious Asian dishes. With offerings ranging from stir fries to soups and curries, you will find this colourful eatery on the restaurant mecca of Unley Road supremely satisfying. Order take away for a quick meal at home.
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General info

Address:

153 Unley Road,
Unley SA 5061

Suburb:

Unley

Contact:

Cuisine:

Asian, Thai

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Licensed & BYO (wine only)

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If you are looking for a big, bright, open and casual place to enjoy Thai tucker then Indochina is for you. It is colourful too. Some may find its fruit salad palate of paintwork a bit garish, while others will appreciate its modernity. Floor-to-ceiling front windows welcome Unley Road and act as poster space for the latest gigs around town. With a seating capacity of 100, things are likely to get loud and lively here too. Save intimate rendezvous for another time and ask your next gathering of feasting friends to meet here.

The menu is as accommodating as the dining room. All kinds of meat, seafood, vegetables and noodles come in oodles of flavour and cooking style combinations. It is a "pick-a-protein" then "select-a-sauce" style ordering process. Dishes can be wok-tossed, char-grilled, given a bit of curry or the tempura or teriyaki touch. Squid, tofu and barramundi can be salt and peppered for an entrée, while crispy dumplings treat diners with a variety of fillings. Octopus aficionados will see the grilled bundle of the little critters, their smokiness melding into a marinade of lemongrass, fresh chilli, coriander and sweet chilli sauce, as a standout starter. Rather than drinking the last of their flavoursome sauce however, keep up appearances by sipping on a Japanese slipper or Long Island iced tea. For mains the specials board impresses with sizzling bugs and prawns doused with garlic and herbs. A lengthy noodle listing offers the likes of vermicelli, hokkien and udons with additions such as roast duck breast, kangaroo and scallops. If you can find the room, Thai sticky rice with coconut cream and custard should see you leaving with a satisfied grin.
Roz Taylor

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MAX SEATING
100 pax

Features

Function for 50-100
Outdoor Dining
Parking
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Functions
Suitable for Groups of 10
Takeaway
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