Hailing from the Indian-subcontinent, I'm quite familiar with the cuisine and generally don't prefer to have Indian food when dining out as it often leaves me feeling bloated and sluggish. I prefer home-made curries and biryani, which are much lighter and less brutal on the stomach. I found Indigo to be an exception as I quite enjoyed my meal without experiencing any of those 'side-effects'.
I opted for the non-vegetarian degustation menu, 'Mansahari'.
Kebabs as appetizers were flavorful and just the right portion size - I particularly liked the prawns. The 'Velvet of Chicken' soup was average. The butter chicken was quite good, as were the tandoori lamb chops which I sampled from my dining partner.
For desserts, we ordered 'kulfi' and 'moong daal halwa', while chocolate mousse was served as part of the degustation menu. I couldn't have enough of the 'kulfi' and the 'moong daal halwa'. On the other hand, the chocolate mousse was forgettable, and it was something that you wouldn't normally see on an Indian menu, but I guess that's where the fusion element comes in.
I would recommend Indigo for the ambiance and high quality ingredients - something that you notice in every bite.