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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Cafe Indo

216 N. Carrollton Ave. (Iberville St.) Send to Phone
504-488-0444
The clashing of can-can dancers on the walls with the ginger-tinged shrimp-and-pork dumplings on the plate is easily excused by the quality of the dumplings. Presenting a well-prepared pappadum and a sturdy French paté isn’t easy to pull off, but somehow, this kitchen does. A modest selection of beers and wines are as easy to swallow as the moderate prices.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Cafe Indo Restaurant Review

: Operating an Asian-French restaurant requires some special decisions, such as whether to make chopsticks optional. At Café Indo the Cadow brothers, chef Kevin and manager Eric, side-stepped the issue and lined the modest-sized, beige dining room with familiar posters from France’s Belle Époque. The clashing of can-can dancers on the walls with the ginger-tinged shrimp-and-pork dumplings on the plate is easily excused by the quality of the dumplings. Equally as good are pan-fried beef rib-eye, pounded to a thin tenderness; the refreshing curries and a Thai-style roasted-pork sandwich. Presenting a well-prepared pappadum and a sturdy French pâté isn’t easy to pull off, but somehow, this kitchen does. A modest selection of beers and wines are as easy to swallow as the moderate prices.

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