One of the more popular restaurants on Cable Beach, Indigo Cafe has an upscale vibe but laid back atmosphere coupled with an eclectic menu that is not known for being cheap.
Chef Jeffrey Pineda is the mastermind behind the menu at Indigo, working with Heinz Hille to create an array of international favorites that benefit from a little island flare. Their signature dish is the conch chowder flavored with coconut milk and red curry and you won't want to skip the guava duff for dessert.
Indigo Cafe is a café that offers Caribbean and International cuisines, as well as seafood. When it comes to the level of formaility, the setting here is informal. The option to eat here is on the table during dinner only, so plan ahead to catch their brief service.
Indigo Cafe is decorated with local artwork, especially by Bret Malone whose daughter owns the cafe.
Indigo Cafe is located in the heart of Cable Beach.
With at least one interesting attraction just a short distance away from the restaurant, this can be an entertaining neighborhood to see. One of the most accessible points of interest is The Caves.
Families and couples alike often gravitate toward the group of outdoorsy activities nearby. Whether they are beginners or veteran golfers, travelers eager to get in a few good swings could plan ahead to play a round at this restaurant's closest located golf facility, Paradise Island Golf Course. Or perhaps you'd rather spend time at Cable Beach, which is the nearest beach and is only a short distance away. Also, these two options aren't the only options that exist for golf courses and beaches in this area.
If you're in the mood for a local restaurant with some similar kinds of food or a comparable price range, there are several nearby places to choose between, including Poop Deck at Sandyport. You'll find it a short distance away to the northwest of this restaurant.
On the other hand, if you're looking for something different, this region of New Providence has a large selection of restaurants that will surely satisfy almost every kind of diner. For instance, you can try Italian eats at Capriccio Ristorante, which is a short distance away.
You'd be hard pressed to spend less than $20(USD) on a dish at Indigo. Indigo Cafe accepts the following credit cards: American Express, Master Card, and Visa.
Location: West Bay Street, Cable Beach, New Providence
Phone: (242) 327-2524
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