6th May 2013
Indigo rooms is situated in the city centre on High Street west and describes itself as a gastropub (which is spot on, it's more than just burgers and chips). They also pride themselves on sourcing local ingriedients which is a plus. Setting it apart from other pubs as well as the food they have live music which makes it a little diffrent too.
The great thing about Indigo rooms is that it is two places in one. Corner Flag's become well known as a gathering point for footy fans in the city. But what I didn't realise is that it dishes up good grub too.
We went along on Saturday night to see what they had to offer and were met with a huge selection of burgers and pub-style food. From classic beef burger to minted lamb, pork and sage, venison, chorizo and even kangaroo - there's plenty for you to get your teeth into.Prices start from £5.95 and increase the more adventurous the meat.
If burgers aren't your thing, you can also choose from sister bar Indigo Room's menu which boasts pastas, salads, grills, paninis and staple pub food such as chilli con carne (£4.99) and all day breakfast (£3.99). We chose mozzarella dippers to start which are a bargain for £2.99. Soon after ordering we were tucking into a huge portion of melt in the mouth gooey mozzarella.
For mains, I chose from the vegetarian burger section - goats cheese and sun dried tomato (£6.95). It was served with salad and giant chips. Forget flimsy fast food fries, these were made with big chunks of potato and went down a treat. My friend also enjoyed tucking into her chorizo burger (£7.35) which came smothered in cheese. Portion-size was huge so make sure you leave plenty of room.
Having different places under one roof makes it perfect for whatever you are up to, whether meeting up with friends, a cosy first date or even a business lunch they can cater for everything, and with a half price voucher it makes it even more appealing.
Posted by Mark at 9:17am