Iconic New York haute spot Indochine lands in Dubai with a bang

Introducing Dubai's new favourite night out
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Iconic New York haute spot Indochine lands in Dubai with a bang

Indochine first rose to fame as Valentino, Cindy Crawford and Andy Warhol's favourite New York night spot. A generation later, Kaia Gerber and Kendall Jenner are now following suit. Now, moving to another continent, (you guessed it), it is the fashion crowd of Dubai can get in on the action.

Its first ever location outside of New York, the French-Vietnamese restaurant, Indochine is now open in Dubai’s DIFC. Instagram's dream come true, the signature tropical décor and the iconic Martinique wallpaper are just a few of the many features that make for a must visit. So far, the Dubai outpost has counted F1 superstar Fernando Alonso, tennis champ Roger Federer, Canadian R'n'B duo Majid Jordan, Lindsay Lohan who needs no introduction, and influencers Chiara Ferragni, Hala Abdallah and Rania Fawaz as guests.

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Hala Abdallah and Rania-Fawaz at Indochine Dubai

Chef Steven Nguyen is bustling to rustle up Indochine classics such as Vietnamese ravioli, made with rice noodles, chicken, shrimp and shiitake mushrooms, while also pushing boundaries to make room for unconventional artistry. Where's our invite, guys?