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INDO Street Eatery


we're making awesome food

253 | 503-3527 / Reservations

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INDO Street Eatery


we're making awesome food

253 | 503-3527 / Reservations

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Let's party

Indo is the perfect place to experience fine Southeast Asian dining.

Set in the middle of the North Tacoma Avenue, allow Indo to take you on a journey through the streets of Southeast Asia, grazing on the local street food and cuisine.

For those looking for neighborhood ambiance and comforting street food, Indo has it all. Indo is the ideal place for a relaxing dinner for two, a large party, or a mid-sized family dinner. 

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Eat rice


Eat rice


Like every other culture, food is what brings people together. At Indo, we want people to understand what it means to sit down, dine together, and enjoy the meal. We encourage people to share our food and experience the taste of fresh and local ingredients.

With a warm and welcoming decor, Indo features a modern rustic space design. The design aims to promote a lively atmosphere, similar to eating outside in the park. We also feature an exhibition kitchen, so you can watch our chefs cook your food out in the open. Our dining space is a hip and casual neighborhood hang-out, a perfect place to sample traditional Asian street food.

Indo is a neighborhood restaurant that was founded because we wanted to introduce diners the unique and sometimes unfamiliar flavors of Asian street food. Our food is directly inspired by the street foods our executive chef, Yu Nana, ate while living on the streets of Bangkok as a child. Our food is a sampling of the very best Southeast Asia has to offer - classic Asian handmade food that you can't wait to eat. 

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The Kitchen


The Kitchen


Yu Nana

EXECUTIVE CHEF

Chef Yu was born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand. He has spent the past 10 years perfecting his craft as a chef at Indochine Downtown.

He is a self-taught chef who spent countless hours cooking with his family in his youth. The inspiration for Indo came from his days spent as a child on the streets of Bangkok, where he grew up eating the various comfort foods at the street vendors.

He now wishes to bring the taste of Southeast Asian street cuisine onto your dinner table. 

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