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357 E. 50th St., New York, NY, 10022
nr. First Ave.
By UWSFoodSnob on 12/6/2011
I'm not even sure I can adequately describe my recent experience at Indigo. Upon entry, I should have turned and fled. The place is filthy. There are wires hanging from holes all over the ceiling. We had the luxury of sitting on the upper level, where we could wistfully gaze at the inch-thick dust coating the lamp at eye-level. They had the RADIO blasting, and most of our meal was accompanied by commercials. The food was mediocre at best, and in no way true Indian fare. The paint job looked like a 5 year-old did it. From start to finish, it was possibly the worst NYC dining experience I've had in 12 years. It is hard to believe this place remains open in a neighborhood I'd like to think would hold its tastes to a higher standard. Absolutely do not waste your money here.
Bad food and bad customer service
By nyfoodie10 on 10/29/2010
Just ordered food from them and the okra (bhindi) is really unappetising. The other dish ( Panner Masala ) is not bad. When I called about the okra I was told by the woman on the phone that "that's the way we make it". Very disappointed. I guess we are not ordering from them again.
WILL KEEP COMING HERE
By Ashok on 10/15/2009
Best Indian food I have ever tasted in New York. Excellent staff; excellent service; excellent food. Will have no hesitation recommending it to one and all.
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