The famous rue Henri-Blanvalet has a new spot called the Inda Bar.
The Inda Bar chef is Kuldeep Rawat, former chef of the Rasoï restaurant of the Geneva Mandarin Oriental hotel and offers a lunch menu that costs 29chf with a starter and a main course or 36chf with dessert.
The food is excellent! The products are fresh and the presentation is neat. The food is worth the best Indian restaurant we had the chance to try while it also incorporates a modern touch.
In the evening, the Inda Bar becomes a trendy tapas place on this busy street. To satisfy small hungers, the bar offers tapas for everyone to share. But don’t expect the classic ones which we’re all used to in Geneva such as a selection of dry meat or cheese or guacamole. The tapas here have the flavour of India: avocado tartar, crab and lime; a roll of spiced lamb; gambas, confit tomato and basil just to name a few.
And what if you were a vegetarian? No problem at all, choose the samosas of picked vegetables, chickpea and curry or the roll of vegetables and mustard dip or even the paneer roast with tandoori, salad and fresh mint.
All these delicious tapas are served with homemade cocktails in a contemporary setting filled with blue, white and yellow colours. We bet you’ll go there more than once.
Photography © Inda Bar
Rue Henri-Blanvalet 23, 1207 Geneva
Tue to Sat 12pm-1am