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The floating lights here lend a unique aura to this expansive restaurant replete with wood, rust and indigo hues. The natural light filtering in through the large windows further enhances the warm atmosphere. In keeping with their philosophy, the menu is a creative twist on classic comfort food. Chef Jaydeep Mukherjee, Corporate Executive Chef, ensures that while the focus is on nouvelle cuisines, the menu emphasises light cooking that preserves the identity of fresh local ingredients. The friendly swish bar is manned by bartenders who create exciting cocktails. The barbecue pork ribs with the right hints of smoky, spicy and sweet flavours, is a not-to-be-missed dish. Carnivores must indulge in the Reuben sandwich with the in-house pastrami. The risotto of wild mushrooms and red wine, and vegetable soufflé are a vegetarian’s delights. Dessert options are plenty but do not miss the homemade ice creams here. The service is prompt and efficient, and the staff assists you with recommendations.
Went on a Saturday the restaurant was quite busy but we managed to get the table quickly ordered a Mash potato one pasta and one chicken risotto the food was good the quantity also good we ordered a garlic bread which came after almost we finished the food the waiter was polite enough to cancel the order when we asked for the bill he got us two brownies with ice cream and said this is from us we found this gesture very pleasing and where happy to happy to have that the brownies were extremely fresh it was a great experience must visit when in Phoniex Marketcity Kurla
Head to Indigo Deli, if you are craving for something Italian. They serve one of the best paper thin crust pizzas and they have an amazing selection of pastas too. They have the best Chocolate Cookies. They are freshly made and just pure bliss.
We were here for the Blume event and the entire floor was booked for the gathering. Loved the setup and the food at the place
Like the other Indigo restaurants, this newly opened one at Powai is simply nice. I have seen multiple chains at this place and this is the best one opened at this location. I had been for lunch and started with a wine poached pear salad as well as the citrus salad, paired with a nice red wine. Both salads were very good. So much that we ordered the Ceaser as well and enjoyed the simplicity of it. For main course, we stayed on to some Pasta as well as some hand-tossed pizza and both were very tasty. We topped it all with some nice homemade icecream. I went for the French dulet icecream flavour. It was very intoxicating and so was the belgian chocolate. Ask the people who wait on you to explain the menu and they gladly will. They also suggest some changes to the dish to suit your palate.
We thoroughly enjoyed an early dinner in this restaurant. The food was delicious and the staff were very friendly. The Indian Merlot was so good we had seconds. Lovely atmosphere and clean and fresh.
A sure shot way to make friends is through wholesome good food. It is one thing that takes our minds off our problems for a while and only reaffirm pleasant memories. Mumbai has created its own niche when it comes to gastronomy and several great brands have found a way to settle on Mumbai’s shores. Keeping in line with Mumbai’s varied food tradition, ‘Indigo Delicatessen’ holds onto the old-fashioned values of gastronomy. Its look is simple and warm, something it extends into its wonderful soul-satisfying menu. The brand is a popular one with numerous Indigo Delicatessen outlets tucked into various corners of Mumbai, but the one in Powai steals the show for its sprawling space and a good lively vibe that charms its regulars. You can find it in Sentinel Building at Hiranandani Gardens.
Anybody who is aware of Indigo Delicatessen will know that the brand has become synonymous to European and Continental cuisine. It is much sought after for its hearty wholesome food and classic European fare that earned the cuisine its reputation. Breakfast is one of their busiest times as many diners come in for a solid kick-start to their day, along with some calm warm ambience. Indigo Delicatessen may be a bit expensive but considering its vast mouth-watering menu, its nothing. Its recommended to start with, Konkani tawa jhinga, ham & onion croquettes, spiced lamb empanadas, Bombay chicken wings, lemon butter calamari, old monk coffee glazed chicken wings, Kerela roast mutton and malbari paneer. Next level features, baked macaroni & cheese, deli roast chicken, BBQ or roast chicken & cheddar pizza, blackened salmon burger, the deli cubano sandwich and quiche.
Statutory warning: Don’t skip on desserts! Indigo Delicatessen serves some mean desserts. Lose yourself into, chocolate layered almond cake, apple pie, lemon meringue pie, triple chocolate mousse, croissant pudding with bourbon sauce and a heady array of decadent homemade ice creams. The interiors of Indigo Delicatessen are deli-inspired so the idea is to keep the décor earthy, rustic and homely. Wooden tone runs across the entire space and it’s made to reflect warmth and cosiness. Furniture is light and wooden. Chalkboard menus are put up all over the room displaying the day’s specials. Overall the look is chic even if rustic.
Whenever you are in need for comfort, eating something warm and filling put everything right. Such is the power of the food served at Indigo Delicatessen. The Powai outlet of this famous deli-inspired restaurant is created to give you a feeling of comfort, through its food and its décor. Solid wooden finishing in warm caramel tone infuses that sense of welcome as you enter the eatery. Rest is taken care of with its homely soulful European menu. Get ready to see some European classics here for a Special Occasion. Anybody who appreciates good food will find Indigo Delicatessen a haven. Go for a casual chic ambience.