1938 Indochine offers Chef’s Tasting Menus for take out and curbside pickup

Dishes inspired by Southeast Asian street food

If you’re looking for new take out options, or the perfect way to enjoy a date night or special occasion at home, 1938 Indochine is offering two new Prix Fixe 5-Course Chef’s Tasting Menus for take out and curbside pickup!

At 1938 Indochine, Restaurateur Kevin Aoki brings the best of Southeast Asian street food to Hawaii. Pickup is available daily from 5 – 9 p.m. and all you have to do is order online at 1938indochine.com.

Here’s a look at the two tasting menus:

Menu A

Colonial Crab Cake

Laotian Chicken Laap

Morning Glory Chap Chye

Vietnamese Pork Chop

$56. | Feeds Two Guests


Menu B

Mushroom Soup with Egg Flower

Imperial Roll

Lemongrass Pork Ribs

Ooh LaLa “Rice Field Chicken” (Frog Legs)

$62. | Feeds Two Guests


Both menus come with 1938 Krazy Rice, a Burma inspired fried rice, and homemade Strawberry Tapioca dessert.

For those who would like to add a libation to their meal, a pair of Bourbon Whiskey and 100 percent Rye Whiskey (2 oz. pours) by Woodinville is available for $17. Woodinville raft spirits recently received the Double Gold award at the 2020 San Francisco World Spirits Competition and is not yet available in Hawaii other than at 1938 Indochine.

After opening numerous restaurants throughout Southeast Asia, Aoki brings a combination of flavors under one roof. By teaming up with a Vietnamese Chef from Paris, France, 1938 Indochine serves authentic flavors from Southeast Asia which carries traits of European influence.

Inspired by the era between the 1930s and the 1940s, 1938 Indochine offers an experience like none other. With contrasting layers and colors of Asia, the restaurant provides an ambiance devised of different Southeast Asian countries paired with its signature menu inspired by popular dishes and street foods.

You can order online at 1938indochine.com or call the restaurant at (808) 545-7777.

1938 Indochine
602 Ala Moana Blvd
Honolulu, Hawaii, 96813

For more information: 1938indochine.com