An ambitious menu featuring Asian fusion fare in JAL Tower 3 Reviews
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Not quite Indonesian, not quite Thai, Indo Thai is a little of both, with a few more Asian cuisines thrown in for good measure. The venue features dim-lightning, twinkling candles and generic south-east Asian carving, though it feels more like a spa than a restaurant. The menu is by no means extensive, but features an array of interesting starter dishes such as scallop dim sum served on cauliflower mash or more run-of-the-mill Indonesian curried noodle soup and vegetables, and mains in the form of tandoori-stuffed baby chicken or noodles. Sadly they execution doesn’t match the ambition and it’s difficult not to feel dishes are somewhat overpriced. IndoThai is by no means bad, though it’s ultimately unmemorable.
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