Friday, 8 May 2015

Deliciousness @ Indigo

Friend and Club member Sagar Kapoor was visiting from Singapore and he didn't wish to eat Indian at lunch ..Chinese / Thai naturally ruled out as he lives in Singapore so I posted requesting ' conti ' options . There were very few -this segment can do with more . However  a post by Urvashi Malik on her Indigo experience and the debut of the Gourmet Passport use by her brought back memories of my fantastic meals at Indigo and my decision was made.

Excellent service - real good , and the food was outstanding . We went through two bread baskets chatting - their bread id feather weight , crunchy and the best I have eaten , served with three different flavored butter.
We shared Salmon Three Ways - A stupendous trio of techniques and flavors - Brulee , Confit and Tartare . For mains we went with Potato crusted Rawas  nesting on a brilliant Carrot and Ginger puree brought together cleverly with a slightly sour Kairy Curry and I ordered Arugula & Goat Cheese Ravioli - Superbo !
Gourmet Passport worked like a dream - Sagar got away cheaply and just as we were leaving Abhishek came and insisted we try the most amazing Salted Creme Brulee with Banana Ice Cream ... I really mean this was an outstanding dessert- which was very kindly complimented .
Thank you Jenifer , Chef Nitin and team Indigo for yet another memorable meal  My friend flies back to Singapore highly impressed !

Sikandalous Cuisine

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