Housed in a restored colonial bungalow and prized for its terrace (open from November to March), the Indigo is popular with international celebrities passing through Mumbai Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have their habits as well as the city's fine gourmets.
This makes it notoriously difficult to get a reservation at the establishment, so make sure you book well in advance if you want to enjoy its fusion menu. Expect dishes such as vine-ripened tomato tartare, tuna loin spiced with cloves, pressed watermelon with chilli vodka and whipped feta, or the Atlantic scallops caramelized with lamb confit.
If foodies are raving about the dishes at the Indigo, the wealthy of the city are more interested in its stylish bar, a perfect place to enjoy a cocktail before or after dinner. Do not miss the Sunday brunch, with its lively atmosphere, its Indian liquor, and its jazz concerts.
4, Mandlik Rd
Behidn Taj Mahal Hotel
+91 (0)22 66 36 89 99
Menu: around 2,300 INR