William S

I have always thought the Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion one of the most magnificent, intricately restored buildings in Penang. However, if possible, the incorporation of the restaurant Indigo has brought it to another level. 

I have always thought the Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion one of the most magnificent, intricately restored buildings in Penang. However, if possible, the incorporation of the restaurant Indigo has brought it to another level.

I have been fortunate enough to dine at indigo on several occasions be it for lunch as a midweek respite from the trappings of our daily routines or for one of the events that we have had. Each visit to Indigo has been slightly different and always pleasing on all accounts. I have also gotten to know the chef, Weng who is a superb master chef and always accommodating to our requests.

For these reasons, and after much deliberation, myself and my family decided to organise a dinner for my father’s 70th birthday. The restaurant and staff were accommodating on all our requests and ensured that the night went as smoothly as possible. The food preparation and presentation was impeccable and well timed with all the speeches and different things going on throughout the course of the night.

Although the regular meals from the menu is always consistently good and satisfying, I must admit that the best meals we have had have been the special organised dinners that the chef has planned and thoughtfully paired with a select wine.

I highly recommend a visit and am sure you won’t be let down.

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