- Anglo-Indian bistro restaurant with fusion options
- Poppadoms and chutneys
- Starters include vegetable pakora and spiced mussels
- Mains such as sesame chilli chicken and tandoori chicken
- Cellar bar for pre-dinner drinks
Diners at Indigo can get started with two poppadoms each (usually 70p each) and chutney (50p) for dipping. Next up, starters include the likes of chicken or vegetable pakora dipped in spicy chickpea batter and Indian spiced mussels with fresh chilli and ginger (£4.90 each). The main courses comprise classic Indian options like jalfrezi and masala (both up to £8.90), as well as fusion dishes such as sesame chilli chicken and beef with cashew and spring onions (£12.90 each).The Merchant
Anglo-Indian restaurant, Indigo Bistro fuses traditional and contemporary flavours over its three floors at its Ringwood locale. The monochrome style decor of the ground and first floor are reserved for dining, with the first floor specially reserved for larger parties. Downstairs, a unique cellar acts as a chill-out area for pre-dinner drinks, with a choice of world wines and other tipples available.