Restaurant review: Authentic Peranakan cooking at Indigo Blue Kitchen

(Clockwise from left) Indigo Blue Kitchen's Bakwan Kepiting, Beef Rendang and Prawns Chilli Garam.
(Clockwise from left) Indigo Blue Kitchen's Bakwan Kepiting, Beef Rendang and Prawns Chilli Garam.PHOTOS: LES AMIS GROUP

SINGAPORE - Indigo Blue Kitchen, the new Peranakan restaurant by the Les Amis Group, is a bold gamble on the part of Mr Desmond Lim, the group's chairman.

The chef of the three-week-old eatery is 28-year-old Chong Jun Xiang, who is not Peranakan and has never run a Peranakan kitchen.

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