Offering a modern twist on Indian food, this restaurant offers interesting Indian dishes, many to share, and an amazing array of cocktails (alcoholic and non-alcoholic).
IndaBar scores top marks for decor, styled in a cosy modern way with a punchy navy, yellow and cream colour scheme – quirky mirrors, wire hanging pendants, brass light fittings and the cutest little wooden clipboard menus.
Former chef of the Rasoi at the Mandarin Oriental, Kuldeep Rawat’s dinky open kitchen complete with tandoor oven miraculously creates beautifully prepared and presented sharing dishes. We tried and loved chicken cooked three ways, prawn tempura, vegetable samosas, garlic naan bread and a mint and pomegranate raita.
Vegetarians needn’t worry about menus options as the IndaBar takes great care of non-meat eaters with their veggie main courses such as tandoor roasted paneer, mixed sweet peppers and onions and spicy veggie samosas with chickpea curry
23 rue Henri Blanvalet, 1207 Genève.
Telephone: 022 700 7950.
Tuesday to Saturday, noon and evening.