Sunday's review is of Indigma, which was one of the casualties of December's Park Plaza fire. The move across the street to 802 N. Charles St. is meant to be a temporary solution, but Tony Chemmanoor has fixed the place up real nice. My Thai, by the way, which was also lost in the fire, almost landed in similar fashion at the Brass Elephant, but the deal didn't go through.
For the record, Chemmanoor formerly owned another restaurant, Bombay Grill, in the same building at 802, but that was on the lower level. On the upper level was Tony Cheng's. The restaurant that preceded Indigma in the Park Plaza was named Saffron, which was also owned by Chemmanoor. It had an Asian fusion menu by Edward Kim.