Indi’s Restaurant is located on North Broadway at 7th Street. The first challenge of being able to enjoy Indi’s is getting into the parking lot. You can park in front of the building or in the back and go inside or wait in the drive-thru. No matter which, plan on waiting at least 10 minutes. Fried food takes time to fry and they move a lot of food. That means there is a wait pretty much all day and night.
Inside the restaurant, you are separated from the food and the attendants by Plexiglas. Ordering can be a bit of a pain, especially if there are a lot of people waiting. The wait can be entertaining though as personalities abound among Indi’s customers.
Chicken pieces and wings come breaded in either regular or spicy seasoning. The spicy has a nice kick to it but nothing over the top. The chicken is plump and juicy.
The wedges are my second favorite food at Indi’s after the chicken. They are prepared in the same spicy breading as the chicken so expect more flavor with these.
The picture below shows the wedges and wings being kept warm under heat lamps. While this results in an orange picture, the food isn’t effected as it moves from fryers to people so quickly. These wedges were just fried when I got there.
Indi’s offers a variety of sides including corn, rice, greens, green beans, and mac and cheese, among others. There are also desserts available.
Indi’s offers a lot of other fried options such as mushrooms, onion rings, cod, and others. These are cooked to order so expect to wait longer.
The food at Indi’s is delicious. It’s also pretty cheap. Getting the food is the hard part but a little patience will be rewarded handsomely.