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An atmospheric fine-dining restaurant, this place puts you at ease instantly as the vibe is warm and home-like. The vast expanse of space and the natural light filtering in, adds to the charm. The menus for lunch and dinner are separate, with the dinner one having a few more additions. The exhaustive bar menu and a well-stocked bar to match is a highlight. The chicken barley broth with mild flavours is as comforting as it sounds. House cured tuna nicoise proves to be the perfect first course choice. The oregano vinaigrette adds the right amount of zest. The vegetarian offerings on the menu are equally exciting for a change, compelling me to opt for the roasted garlic linguine, courgettes, spinach pesto. With a distinct garlic flavour, the pesto slathered linguine is a treat for the palate and the courgettes add the right element of bite. Tandoor roasted blackened spice chicken and coriander pesto rubbed grilled pork chop will delight carnivores. The curried pumpkin and sage ravioli is worth a try. The deconstructed tiramisu disappoints and I prefer the classic version. Guava bavarois and warm toffee pudding are other options. The service is quick and alert, yet unobtrusive.
Great breakfast. Check out their hearty breakfast dishes, sumptuous sandwiches, pastas, soups, salads, desserts. You will not be disappointed.
Lots of options for everyone in a modern, fun setting. I’d definitely visit again for business or friends/family.
This restaurant is highly recommended in the guidebook I used. It was near our hotel so we made a reservation and tried it. What a surprise when the menu came, it was made just for me (even tho they spelled my name wrong). Anyway, the decor is cozy and comfortable, the food was nice and the service was fine albeit a little slow.
I have probably thought of coming here everytime I sit at an indigo deli .. times 10. I was staying in town for the night and my friend decided to take me there.. they asked my name upon entering and I had no idea that they will use it not to scam my text box but to print it on the menu. Ordered the Korean chicken and Ravioli with the lobster soup.. had an old fashioned and I couldn't love it anymore. Was just a perfect evening. Will definitely visit here again!
Right behind the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in a side street this gem was recommended by a local friend. Having had curry for lunch and dinner for a week we just fancied a western meal. We ate a la carte and the beef Wellington was great. The food is well cooked and well presented in a modern yet clean rustic setting. Fundamentally a house off the street. Service was attentive, and a lovely touch was that as we had pre-booked the menu of the day had a personalised welcome at the top. Although in a side street it felt very safe to walk to.
One of the pleasures of dining in Mumbai is the awesome spaces created by the restaurants to attract your attention immediately. Some you will find tucked into the by-lanes but as you invade further, you will find them unfurling into the most charming of the spaces, with vast premises well decorated and flooded with ample of sunshine. If you like what you are reading and crave for something similar then without further delay bag yourself a table at ‘Indigo’, which we assure you is a gem of a place. This gorgeous appealing restaurant is nestled on Mandlik Road, Colaba and enjoys its posh locality with grace. It’s lovely interiors are enjoyed by celebrities a lot, who are often seen dining here in the company of friends. Indigo casts its spell on the couples too who come here in search of some mood dining.
Indigo takes its gastronomy seriously, at least that much is evident in its food. A foodie can lose himself in the culinary delights of this place, relishing their menu which is filled with a varied spread of Continental and European food. Take a peek into their full-fledged bar menu before moving towards the food menu. Give yourself a chance to relax over your favourite wine and accompany that with the first course of, tofu & shitake pot stickers, zatar spiced grilled king prawns, lemon parmesan gnocchi, steamed blue mussels provencal sauce, braised pork belly teriyaki glaze, mushroom mille feuille, house cured tuna nicoise and butter poached lobster tail with seared scallop. Follow that with the second course of, roasted garlic linguini, seared Chilean seabass, curried pumpkin & sage ravioli, grilled Korean style chicken, maple orange glazed duck breast and phyllo napoleon of caponata.
For those who have an ever-indulgent sweet tooth can rejoice in chocolate fondant, warm toffee pudding, vanilla bean pannacotta, deconstructed tiramisu, homemade ice creams and guava bavarois. The dark brown cottage-like façade of Indigo opens into a sunlit cluster of rooms painted in a cheerful yellow. The restaurant is not limited to just one room but opens into various interconnected rooms that flows effortlessly into each other. There is even a top floor where you can have a bit of privacy. But the true beauty of the décor comes out in the evening when the entire place is lit by several candles, a haven for couples. Indigo is rather expensive but rightfully so.