I booked dinner reservations after checking out Indochine's published Retaurant Week Menu. I sent information about the menu and the details to all of my friends and when we got there, they happened to have changed two entrees and appetizer, but never updated this information. For instance, they had duck breast and grilled striped bass on the Retaurant Week Menu, which incidentally was changed to cheaper options of poultry and fish: chicken and salmon, respectively. When I asked about it, the only answer the lazy waitress had was that they changed the menu about a month ago and that I can order the duck a la carte for $24. Also, after 20 minutes of wiating we had to flag down ""a"" waitress who finished serving us. When we ordered coffee (which was also part of the Restaurant Week Menu), they were not only surprised, but took forever to bring out an American coffee, not vietnamese. I was in Indochine, not Indiana.\r
The wait staff completely overlooked and forgot we were there. Hostess was not friendly in the least and snooty. For its price, the most cheapest wooden disposable chopsticks were a disappointment. \r
Overall, decore was ok, but nothing spectacular. Drinks were weak (Lychee martini is the worst I have ever had), but the appetizers short ribs and crab cake was tasty. In sum, I would certainly not go back.