Indigo Delicatessen Reviews, Colaba, Mumbai - Burrp
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Navya P - Burrp User

Navya P

February 28,2015
2.6

Really good

Came here with my friends after a Sunday morning event in college after which we just wanted to chill and indulge in some luxury for a change (it was the beginning of the month and we all had pocket money fresh in our wallets). The ambiance is to die for, the price is too high but perfect for the ambiance. We had focassia bread, pesto pizza ,risotto, Grilled Vegetables, Deli roast chicken with mashed potatoes and gravy, whole wheat sandwich (we were famished). Everything tasted amazing and presentation was top notch too. Will try to save up to come back here!
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Lillian Mendes

February 28,2015
3.6

Delicious food!

Since Lent is on, I am on a NO non-veg diet. So basically I wanted to try out their veg menu and to be honest I was more than satisfied! The food was delicious. I started with a salad and for main course, I tried the linguine and it was so yum! My friend had the bbq chicken pizza and even though it was a big sized pizza he finished it all by himself! A bit expensive but worth the money.
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cHIRAG lIVE FOR FOOD

January 31,2015
2.8

All time fav..!!

indigo deli is my favorite place for any kind of a meal. have been here for lunch, dinner, evening snack, coffee, dessert.... AND NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED.
i have been to the one at parel colaba and andheri... the standard is well maintained at the first 2... but had a very bad experience at indigo deli andheri so obviously never going back there.
food- their wafer thin pizzas, risottos, cheese fondue, pasta and soups is what i usualy go with.
must try
- wafer thin pizza with spinach and sun dired tomatoes
- wild risotto
with all that yummy food its tough to leave some room for the lovely desserts. but if u r there... sit and rest it out for half hour and try atleast something from their wide range of desserts..
-molten chocolate cake
-chocolate ganache
- the red velvet cup cakes
its can be slightly towards the expensive side. say amount 800-1000 per person without alcohol. but the quality and the portions of food is completely worth it.
also try pick up the freshly baked breads and other bakery products which r up for sale in the retail section.
the staff is friendly and service is pretty quick as well... if u have never been here before go the one at colaba... im a little biased towards it.... then may be phoenix. definitely not the one at andheri. i have not tried bandra as yet.

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Foodosaurus Prachi

January 30,2015
2.8

So expensive

Wanted to go here since heard so many good things about it since years now! So went with a friend in order to share the bill..ordered for french fries, grilled tuna sandwich, crispy chicken burger and already the bill came to almost as much as 3 people's lunch at shiv sagar! But of course this is not shiv sagar,...it is a wonderful place with international ambiance and food is so delicious..even the fries tasted just amazing.
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WheelsOnOurFeet Blog

March 31,2014
3.8

Indigi Deli, Colaba

The food at their Phoenix Mill outlet was disappointing and I was expecting much better here. We chose a cosy corner on the 1st floor and the service was a mess from the beginning. The table had no napkins / tissues … and the 4-5 staff hovering around us did not bother to give it until we asked for it after food was served. We first ordered a hot ‘Tori’ for my wife and a Sangria for me … with A NV Quiche for starter. The food came, so did my wine but nobody seem to have a clue where the Tori was or even what it was (except for the guy who took our order, nobody had a clue that there was something like that and that guy had disappeared). The Tori finally came after 5 mins of inquiries with 3 different set of people … The drinks were excellent. Next was the Quiche … it was HUGE and full of sausages & ham. A very heavy dish and we were regretting the fact that we had ordered 2 individual main course dishes post that. The stuff was excellent … rich and full. Then came Ragout with Lamb Leg and BBQd Pork Ribs for me. Both dishes absolutely delicious and cooked to perfection. Had a tough time finishing the same but finger licking good all the same. Wish the service was bit better — the staff needs to be hands on, helping with order sizes, ‘best thing to order’ etc. Great, electric ambiance. Perfect for a Sunday evening meal. Why even Friday and Saturday. Let-your-hair-down place. Loved the food. Loved the ambiance. Will be back! (Staff pull up your sleeves)
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Foodslut

February 16,2013
5.0

Never disappointing

Indigo Deli - Colaba has to be one of my favorite restaurants. Its one of those rare places where the ambiance is just as good on a lazy sunday afternoon for brunch with your friends, or a weekday night. Indigo Deli has never disappointed when it comes to its food and service. For first timers, do not think beyond the most brilliant choice of gourmet burgers that you can feast upon here. My personal favorite is the BBQ Chicken burger which isn't your regular run of the mill chicken patty, but instead chunks of chicken, marinated in the most amazing sweet and spicy BBQ sauce between 2 pieces of a burger bun. The fish and chips are also quite good, and so are the sandwiches. Every dish looks amazing, and even though I keep wanting to try something new, the memories of the chicken burger make it impossible to do so. The desserts are huge and always fresh. Absolutely MUST VISIT place in Mumbai. BTW, the Indigo Deli in Parel is just as good, although the Colaba outlet continues to be our most visited restaurant.
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NishaJ86

December 12,2012
5.0

Everyday Indigo

This is wat I call my everyday Indigo Coz the flagship is wat I visit once a month or 2 .. & it's iconic..This is where I go atleast once a week.Excellent selection of coffees , teas & desserts .. U can buy lovely cheese, rolls & kitchen stuff too.The food is awesome ... The pesto cream.. The thin unique pizzas.. The basic garlic bread... Home fries...brilliant !!The sevice is too good- exemplary. Polite prompt yet not intruding. Akerkar does the trick Go indigo... For memories & more.
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Reply from restaurant management

Thank you so much for your warm words! We're so glad you're a regular customer at both Indigo and Indigo Deli! We strive to maintain our standards of food and service; and your praise is certainly very encouraging! We really appreciate your loyalty to our restaurants and we hope you keep visiting!

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spandau9

September 11,2008
2.0

Kick Arse food and superlative service!!!

Oh God !!!! Bombay has truly arrived on the world map, I dare say. I was told of the eclectic food within, eclectic, it was.

An very thoughtful blend between cuisines and all seamed in so easily.
The Kiwi lamb chops had been finished perfectly. Me friend's sea bass was cracking considering it was frozen to begin with.

I could go on and on, the service was best of all , genuinely smiley and very pleasant and hospitable, the men in suits, managers I assumed, very stylish and polite. Carried themselves very gracefully.

I was told that the menu would be changing in a couple of weeks, I would be back to savor the Indigo delights.
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Adhish B

January 27,2008
5.0

Indigo

Indigo is recognized as the best restaurant in Mumbai if not the best restaurant in India. This is a pretty big deal and puts a lot of pressure on the restaurant. Indigo is owned by Rahul Akerkar who also started up Under the Over(RIP Under the Over) which was one of the most popular restaurants of its time. Indigo is located in a lane behind the Taj. Its the same lane as cotton world and to be honest the lane is really shady. But once you get near Indigo things get a little better. The restaurant is located in an old bungalow. The restaurant occupies the whole bungalow and as a result has a lot of space that it can play around with. The whoel idea of the restaurant in a bungalow is really genius and IMO looks awesome. The interiors are really simple but still extremely classy. When you enter you can see the bar with a couple of low tables. The dining areas are located on the left and right. Overall the ambience is perfect. Nothing fancy and yet at the same time very appealing. Comming to the service. The service here is good but I wouldnt say its outstanding. The waiters were able to reccomend items off the menu but you could tell that they dont really understand the menu that well or probably arent really that passionate about the food. The service however is polite and so thats a good tihng. The food doesnt take too long to arrive which again is a good thing. Comming to the food.Iv never eaten about 15% of what was on the Indigo menu and to me that shows that this restaurant is really out there offering the city exotic foods which is a huge huge bonus. I had a Lobster Bisque which was really good. Nothing really that outstanding but a good soup. As for the maincourse I ordered a Lobster Risotto and my mother ordered a tandoor grilled chicken. The risotto was a bit dissapointing to be really honest but then again Im not a big Risotto fan. At this point your probably thinking that Indigo is overrated. I had a bite of the chicken and WOW!!!. The chicken was perfecltly seasoned and had a nice juice under it which complemented it perfectlly. The chicken was reallly amazing and Ill definatly reccomened it. Other than that the Desert was allright and to be honest I dont even remember what I ordered. I ordered an extra side of pinacolada ice cream that I really liked. Now comming to the damages. Each dish is about 600 and that can go up a lot considering what you order. There are some dishes with some pretty exotic ingridients that are pretty pricey. At 600 a dish Indigo is really well priced. My whole meal with a soup, maincourse and desert came to 2200 for two which really isnt bad at all. I wouldnt be so quick to add Indigo to my favourite restuanrants yet adn ill need to go there a couple more times to understand if it really is the best restaurant in India. Overall though a great restaurant and not at as expensive as some make it out to be.
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