Indigo by the Water, Milford, CT

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Indigo by the Water, Milford, CT

A few weeks ago I discovered Indigo when looking for a place by water to get a drink after a day at the beach! (That was about a month after it opened) Their mighty big refreshing and inexpensive (well compared to NYC) drinks come in32-ounce mason jars. The Margie is only $8, and the Mojito $10.

Since then I’ve been back from those same drinks again — but this time with an app –  a dip with mashed avocado topped with fresh lobster (and lots of it) served with fried plantain slices. Rich, and creamy – I just wish the plantains were thinner! ($15).

I returned for dinner with a group of friends. All the food was well seasoned, cooked, and presented. The only disappointment was the pitcher of “white” wine sangria – that was pink and mostly ice ($32).  Skip that for sure and get one of their specialty drinks!

For entrees we sampled, the Japanese glazed salmon ($22) in a soy-sesame sauce, served with soba noodles, deep-fried crispy spinach and drizzled with ginger wasabi aioli. I recommend highly!

One of us had the Surf (grilled lobster) & Turf (a braised short rib in lieu of steak), with garlic mashed potatoes ($25) and grilled zucchini; another had a huge glazed grilled pork chop ($17) in a sweet and spicy sauce, served with Tuscan-style white beans, cherry peppers, chipotle mashed potatoes and grilled zucchini. And another simply had the seared sesame-crusted composed tuna tacos ($12) over  lettuce, tomatoes, with a balsamic reduction and a wasabi drizzle.

And, then I returned again with another friend, this time to sample their brunch menu. We had planned on sharing an order of breakfast nachos ($9) and a shrimp & chorizo omelette ($9) with spinach and roasted red peppers accompanied by a gazpacho shot and home fries.

We each started with half a portion of fresh crisp tortilla chips topped with diced avocados, diced tomatoes, chopped bacon and shredded cheese and then an over easy egg. (Yes, the photo to the right is a half portion!) Problem was they were so huge (and yummy), we couldn’t even finish half a portion. We cancelled the omelette, deciding we’d have to come back again!

I highly recommend Indigo for brunch, lunch, dinner or just drinks on the deck overseeing the water! They do not accept reservations.

– bonnie

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1 Schooner Lane
Milford, CT 06460
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Blogger Bonnie Tandy Leblang has been covering food since before it was hip to do so! She’s penned magazine, newspaper and syndicated food columns in addition to cookbooks. Follow her on twitter @BonnieBOTB and on Instagram@BiteoftheBest and at @BonnieBOTB "I eat for a living!” is her mantra, sharing what she’s sampled so you’ll know where (or where not) to go, plus what food products and gadgets to try. For her full bio go to the about us page.

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