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Original post made by Nat on Aug 28, 2007

I hadn't been to Indochine for a long while. It used to me called the Mint Leaf and is in Midtown on Middlefield Road.

I went with 3 others last Saturday for dinner and we really enjoyed it. We had Pad Thai, made with thin soft rice noodles instead of the heavy wide ones I've had elsewhere. The sauce was so delicious.
The beef in the shaken beef is very tender, made from filet mignon we were told. We all loved the Vietamese coffee (it was iced) and the mango sticky rice is the best I've had.

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