Indego by Vineet
Indian & Pakistani
Friday brunch (Friday , Saturday)
The lazy brunch offers an à la carte selection of fine Indian cooking. Also available on Saturdays. Dhs250 (soft drinks, hot beverages and petit fours). Dhs350 (selected beverages).
|Location:||Grosvenor House Dubai - Dubai Marina - Dubai|
|Tel:||04 317 6000|
|Travel:||Al Sufouh Road|
|Metro:||Dubai Marina Metro Station|
|Experiences:||Alcohol available, Wi-fi, Beachside, Outdoor seating, Romantic, Family friendly|
|Times:||Open daily 12.30pm-3pm, 7pm-midnight|
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Dr. Raji Mathew Aug 17, 2013 08:45 am
Visited on 15.8.2013. After my first visit, expectations were very high so it didn't impress me so much this time. A touch of patriotism invoked on the Independence Day with the Indian flag tricolour represented on the amuse bouche.
Went for the bhurani fish tikka. 3 pieces of what looked and tasted like malai (creamy) chicken tikka found in almost any restaurant serving north Indian cuisine. Prawn poached in coconut chilli masala with small serving of rice looked more like a starter than a main course. There was just enough gravy for the rice. Tasted good and to be fair felt fairly sated by this time. The rose mojito with a rose petal, mint and lot of ice was a let down.
Wait staff are good and knowledgeable about the food.
Verdict:- Good food but doesn’t justify the price tag.
Total bill AED 351
Rose mojito AED 36
Bhurani fish tikka AED 125
Prawn in coconut chilli masala AED 190.
Amsca Patel May 05, 2013 09:10 am
again the lamb chops amazed me, so tender, so juicy,
if u want balling lamb chops, this is the place to get them from!!!
i cud eat it everyday.
Akxhay Aug 31, 2012 07:49 pm
Missing the essence of Indian food, modern cuisine is something which has gone horribly wrong here, some menu items are ultra modern while others are plain old boring stuff, taste is not exceptional, service staff is very slow,
Randa May 08, 2012 08:54 am
A treat for your taste buds !
The food as someone else mentioned below is mouth watering! The combination of flavors in everything we ordered was like a masterpiece. We went for the medley of samosas and dal makhni for appetizers. The goat cheese samosa was incredible! Wished there were more pieces! And the sauces that accompany the samosas were a symphony on their own. The dal was rich and creamy in flavor, a must order!
Our mains were great as well. However, I disagree with Time Out Dubai regarding the chocolate samosas, could have been creamier and crunchier. Or perhaps it’s just not my cup of tea.
The service was spot on, the waiter was very nice and attentive, yet kept his space. It was our anniversary, which my husband had informed about upon reservation, we got a lovely surprise after our desert, a chocolate cake with Happy Anniversary written on it! Very nice of them.
All in all, it was a great culinary experience.
Will visit again soon and I recommend anyone who hasn’t to do so.
The Bill was as follows:
1 S. Pellegrino (Large) : 28
1 Medley Samosa: 78 (I wouldn’t share this dish, so good)
1 Mixed Bread: 45
1 Dal Makhni: 45
1 Chicken Butter: 140
1 Veg. Biryani: 130
1 Bombay Aloo: 45
1 Okra Tossed: 45
1 Samosa Choco: 75
TOTAL 631 DHS
Honey Ganglani Dec 08, 2011 02:27 pm
Perfect for a family gala dinner...or even business dinners...food was outstanding..specially the sweetdishes: the home made kulfi, the rass malai n the chocolate samosa was justt toooo yummilicious..!!
Would definately go back for its unremarkable service with the yummmy food, in the perfect ambience!!
Time out award .. welllllll deserved!!!!!