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Indigo Indian Bistro

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  • Indian, Bistro, Vegetarian-Friendly
  • 357 E 50th St, New York NY10022 40.754211 -73.966429
  • (Btwn 1st & 2nd Ave)
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  • (646) 963-9219
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User Ratings (Based on 89 reviews)

4.335
Food 4.4 Value 4.4
Service 4.4 Atmosphere 4.1

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(646) 963-9219
Websites:
www.indigoindian.com
www.indigoindianbistronyc.com
Place Order:
Order From Indigo Indian Bistro for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Delivery Take Out Catering Private Parties Corporate Accounts Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Hours:
Daily 12pm-3pm, 5pm-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Buffet, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering, Private Parties
Delivery Area:
E 6th Ave To E River Btwn 35th & 65th St

User Reviews

  • Indigo Indian Bistro

    Posted by anonymous on 08/31/2014

    First time trying Indian --> Great choice!

    My girlfriend and I went to this restaurant on a Saturday with a deal. We had the Chicken Fritters as an appetizer. The sauce was very good and the presentation was very nice. For mains, we shared a chicken and lamb tikki masala. The chicken was pretty dry but the lamb was great. The basmati rice was really good too.

  • Indigo Indian Bistro

    Posted by john on 08/31/2014

    Feel Happy

    Yesterday we visited the restaurant Indigo it was amazing, we asked for tandoori chicken, lamb curry medium spicy, spinach paratha & for appetizers we ordered vegetable samosa. They served complimentary pakora and they recommended a bottle of sadony. The combination was enjoyable. The service was especially lovely. we will come back & recommend them.

  • Indigo Indian Bistro

    Posted by Nimby on 07/19/2014

    Disappointing Buffet

    The buffet here used to be great, the place used to be packed at lunchtime. I took someone there yesterday for the buffet & was appalled at how inferior the food was. The selection was average for the price but the temperature was tepid at best & I was somewhat embarrassed for my guest. Definitely my last visit.

  • Indigo Indian Bistro

    Posted by Miguel Mateus on 07/27/2013

    Best In The West

    I have been going to Indigo for almost 20 years now. The lunch buffet, under 9$, rivals any pricey restaurant. You can eat all the chicken Tandoori and Naan your heart desires, unlike many places that parcel out the goodies. The have great fish, which is rare in an inexpensive Indian spot. The food is impressive and fresh, and if you want to impress your friends, that you know a NY hidden gem, this is the place. The music is pleasant, the decor is pleasant with nice giant photos of Indian scenes and textiles. The service is warm and attentive.

  • Indigo Indian Bistro

    Posted by Malcolm on 05/25/2013

    Neighborhood Gem!

    Lets start with the food. The chicken and vegetable korma were fantastic. The waitress made sure the chef cooked exactly to our desired level of spiciness. The samosas and pakora are a must try! The service. Very friendly and the manager even brought us a delicious tasting of pakora after noticing we were first-timers. Price. Inexpensive. Good value for such high quality food. Ambiance. Quiet atmosphere with local Indian pop music playing, gently reminding us of the restaurant's authenticity. Highly recommended for anybody in the neighborhood!! Thanks for a great meal

  • Indigo Indian Bistro

    Posted by Douglas Dale on 05/20/2013

    Inspired cooking

    All of the dishes are prepared with close attention to flavor and seasoning. Of particular note are the Baigan Bhartha (roasted eggplant), Saag Paneer (spinach puree with Indian cheese) and the Chicken Korma (served in a creamy almond sauce). The service is exceptionally friendly and efficient. Highly recommend!

  • Indigo Indian Bistro

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/20/2013

    curries are best option

    The saucy curry dishes I've tried have always been good to excellent depending perhaps on who is in the kitchen. Especially impressive given the modest price. Grilled tandoori dishes I've tried have been dry and overcooked though nice big pieces of white meat chicken at least. Samosa was fine, obviously freshly cooked. Breads are the real disappointment for me, not even sure why, just don't enjoy them.

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