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The chic décor in wood and the spacious, neat layout is inviting the moment you enter. Add to that the affable staff greets you politely and makes you comfortable. One is naturally off to a good start. Apart from the regular extensive menu, the ‘Today’s Special’ catches my eye. The bar menu is interesting too. The homemade Whole Wheat Tagliatelle with Caramelized Onions, Burnt Squash and Arugula in Saffron Cream proves to be a worthy choice as the subtle flavours in a creamy sauce are delightful. For seafood lovers, the Paella with seafood is worth a try. The medley of seafood with oodles of roasted garlic perks up the taste buds. Of course, the quintessential Indigo Deli favourites like salads, soups, burgers, pizza, on the menu are always there to fall back upon. The Croissant Bread Pudding is as buttery as it can get and is strongly reminiscent of a homemade one – warm and comforting. The artistry comes from the flavours in the desserts here, so these are not-to-be-missed. Although bustling with activity, the service is attentive and quick
Went here in the mood for fancy dinner. The food especially the pasta and risottos here are to die for. The service is really good.
We had gone, not by default, but wanted to have a dinner post watching a film at R-city. Always thought it to be a fine-dine property but the ambiance appeared to be more like a cafe. We ordered Pickled chili & Rosemary Chicken, which I thought was different in taste & flavor and Artichoke Golowti, Linguini Veg, Harissa Grilled chicken and also had a dessert Creme Catalani. The presentation was fine & the service was also OK, certainly not a case for paying service charges. So all in all not an experience to go back for.
Ambience is great always. But wow factor in food is somehow missing. New special dishes were boring.
We had been at Indigo Deli, Nerul for dinner yesterday. This place is just wonderful. Nice location and nice ambience - very spacious - not cramped up. Very well lit and a happy place. The captains here are very courteous and co-operative. They were very nice to make a customised egg sandwich for me [which was not listed in their menu]. Also Virgin Pinacolada that I had was not listed in their menu. Grilled chicken was also one of the best ones that we have had. Food taste - simply delicious. I must say, this is one of the best fine dine restaurants that I have been to.
Our experience at the Indigo outlet at R City Mall was a serious let down. My daughter and I had gone there expecting the same kind of food and excellent quality of service as at the Palladium outlet, but we were in for a serious let down, and came away feeling we had wasted our time and money. Both were mediocre at best. It was difficult to find vegan or gluten free choices and while the waiters were eager to please, they were often unable to comprehend our needs. When the specialty iced tea came, it was minus the soda promised in the menu, and therefore too strong; the pasta was so so and the English breakfast cutlets reminiscent of the cutlets available at Sweet Bengal. The freshness and the subtlety of taste that one associates with Indigo was only present in the complementary bread with which one begins a meal at Indigo - but with no gluten free option available. On the whole, it was a very avoidable dining experience. If you want the Indigo experience, try other outlets.
In every gourmet magazine or foodie blog European cuisine finds its rightful place. People assume that this cuisine is a fancy one, which it can be sometimes, but on the whole European cuisine is rustic and comforting. It covers the food habits of the entire European continent including delectable burgers to plates of silky smooth pastas. European food is fantastic in its own right and Mumbai enjoys every bit of its awesomeness by opening several bistros all over the city. One such place is ‘Indigo Delicatessen’ which has become synonymous to European food all over the country. This chain of deli-inspired restaurants has stirred the interest of every foodie in Mumbai through its heart-warming food and relaxing down-to-earth ambience. Although there are plenty of outlets of Indigo Delicatessen in Mumbai visit the one in R City Mall, Ghatkopar West.
European food has found a place in every fancy menu in Mumbai but it deserves its own solo platform which it receives at Indigo Delicatessen. The restaurant is a popular one and offers their diners a vast extensive menu that not only displays a generous spread of European food but also Continental fare. Their section of all-day breakfast is dabbled in frequently all day long and is something of a must-have. Pair a few sangrias to go with it and you will have a smashing brunch with your girlfriends. Their first course is a melange of, Deli house salad, classic BLT sandwich, Deli BBQ burger, chorizo & scamorza pizza, quiche, lemon butter calamari, risotto of wild mushrooms & red wine, Indigo Deli reuben sandwich, soya barley & cracked wheat burger, asparagus & emmental pizza and Bombay chicken wings.
Finally pick up your spoons and wait for heaven to come to your plate in final dessert course. Indigo Delicatessen dishes out some amazing desserts, some of which are, passion fruit & raspberry Bavarian, croissant bread pudding, crème brulee, liquid chocolate cake, The Deli banoffee pie, blueberry mascarpone mousse cake, baked cheesecake and callebaut milk chocolate hazelnut torte. The interiors of Indigo Delicatessen takes you by surprise. They take a rustic earthy décor and gives it a stylish polished sheen of chic and class. Drooping wooden honeycomb-patterned ceiling is pierced by modern lamps casting a soft warm glow all over the room. The ambience is relaxed, casual and earthy. Not too bad for a medium priced restaurant.