Cooking and enjoying like at home, combined with the commitment to create and share fascinating culinary and emotional impressions of the the originality, beauty and romance of Indochina. This very sentiment is the basic principle Mémoires d’Indochine is based on since its initiation.

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“What does the way to happiness look like?”, the Dalai Lama was once asked by a disciple of his. He simply responded: “Good sleep and good food.”


We have set ourselves the task of giving the feeling of joy, composure and familiarity of the Indochine culture to our guests and friends. The lightness and refined taste of the Vietnamese and Lao cuisine provide an opportunity to relax and soak in the ambience.

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“Approach Love and Cooking with Reckless Abandon”

Dalai Lama


No enjoyment is temporary, because the impression lasts forever.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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“The Shortest Distance Between Two Hearts Is A Smile”

Siddhartha Gautama

Monday – Saturday
11:30 am – 10:00 pm

12:00 noon – 09:00 pm

C2 10A
68159 Mannheim
0621 43728802

“The meal tastes best, where the table is set with love.”

French proverb

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