Indebleu, web site, 707 G Street NW, Washington, DC, right at Verizon Center, 202-333-2538, not open for lunch it seems (Metro Trip Planner – opens in new window) [Washingtonian | WaPo | | City Paper | Yelp | Gayot]
This new and trendy restaurant mixes French and Indian influences. First of all, note that the place has been “redefined” since the two times I went. The new reviews are not stunning. But in the old days the dishes were good, some were excellent. The mushroom dosa was superb (it is or perhaps was a must-order). The veal tenderloin is recommended as well. That being said, the bill was very high and I didn’t even stuff myself. The best way to go here is to sit in the lounge and order the bar food, they still will bring you the mushroom dosas, plus get the lollipop lamb tandoori. At this point I don’t know what to say but it is unlikely that a visit is a good idea.

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One Response to Indebleu

  1. PEG says:

    Too bad you’re giving it such a mixed review, because that’s the best restaurant name I’ve heard in a long while!

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