Indigō Burger is a 100% meatless burger joint in Newark, California offering "In-N-Out style" burgers, sandwiches, fries, and shakes with house-made sauces that are all 100% plant-based. Based on the idea of a plant-based concept of classic American comfort food, with a personal mission to see more plant-based options out there in the world. They are "on a mission to minimize damage to our planet, our health, and animals by creating a bridge solution for people through food."
I ordered the Indigo Burger which comes with the choice of patty (impossible or beyond), cheddar cheese, house island sauce, tomato, green lettuce, pickles, grilled onions on brioche bun. I also ordered the house fries seasoned with rosemary. I loved the burger and the fact that there are options available that resemble fast food joints that everyone is accustomed to.
I'm not a huge fan of impossible or beyond patties, but the way the burgers are constructed as a whole makes it taste really good! The only thing I would consider for an option would be an house-made patty option available in the future. Everything tasted great though so I recommend trying. The Indigo burger costs $9.50 and is 470 calories without any modifications. The seasoned fries are $2.50 and 250 calories.
My second visit, I tried the Indigo Sweet n' Spicy Fried Chick'n Sandwich. This comes with a house fried chick'n patty, sweet n' spicy sauce, lettuce, tomato, coleslaw, and mayo served on a bun. I ordered with no mayo and a gluten free bun which has no additional cost! Not many places offer gluten free breads without any extra charge so I appreciated that.
The sandwich is so tasty! The sweet n' spicy sauce is a great choice. When selecting, you can choose from the following: regular (non spicy), chipotle, cajun, and sweet n' spicy. I want to try the others eventually to compare but I stand by the sweet n' spicy. I really enjoyed the chick'n patty over the burger, but both are fresh and nicely made!