Indebleu, web site (flash and music), )707 G Street NW, Washington, DC, right at MCI Center, 202-333-2538, not open for lunch it seems (Metro Trip Planner – opens in new window) [Washingtonian | The Hill | bourrezvisage | WaPo | City Paper | Don Rockwell | Yelp | Gayot]
This new and trendy restaurant mixes French and Indian influences. I went here once. All of the dishes were good, some were excellent. The mushroom dosa was superb (it is 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. Recommended, but it is pricey for what you get. Not for everyone but it will have its partisans.


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1 Response to Indebleu

  1. Vince says:

    I beg to differ….My sister came to visit me in DC for her birthday and I wanted to take her to a nice restaurant.
    Instead of getting drinks we opted to dine at the restaurant on the second floor. The cuisine is a fusion between Indian food and French. As a huge fan of french food I was eager to get down and grub. The food, to our delight was magnificant! However, I have never before witnessed such horrible service.
    The waiter was rude and did not show much respect. He forgot basics such as bread or even water. I had called ahead and made certain arrangements for her birthday… which he forgot. They also “accidentally” added other items to our bill. What was particularly the deal-breaker was the waiter did not try to apologize when we spotted that he was trying to pull a quick one pass us.
    If one is going to pay for a a pricey meal (plus wine), there has to be some basic level of service.
    If you want a nice solid french restaurant in DC, I would recommend Tom Power’s Corduroy in the Four-Points Sheraton.
    I would recommend this place only if they offered take-out.

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