A refreshingly different restaurant in the heart of the West End, wonderfully complemented by one of the longest and most enticing cocktail bars in the Capital where you can sink into comfortable sofas as you indulge yourself from a choice from an endless menu of classic and exotic cocktails.
The large restaurant is sectioned into different areas with dark American Walnut panelling providing semi-private areas and an intimate and sophisticated setting. Mint Leaf offers a mouth watering selection of contemporary Indian dishes, prepared using only the very finest ingredients. A full a la carte menu is available, as well as pre/post theatre, canape, and sharing menus for groups.
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Food and DrinkValid from 5 July 2016 to 1 September 2016
Including glass of house wine or a beer on arrival.
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Mint Leaf Restaurant
Suffolk PlaceLondonSW1Y 4HX
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Set price menu
Food was delicious, every plate we tried. Portions were on the small side considering the price. I would consider a higher rating if not such small portions. Otherwise very nice. Lower level location but nicely modern in furnishings.more
For the prices being charged, presentation can be better. That aside, food is good!
Prawn curry - spicy! My mouth was on fire!
Chicken tikka masala - standard but poor presentation
Naan - standard
Given the prices for Indian food, I expect more. Then again, being from the states, I feel everything here is expensive. So maybe it's just me...more
Um, can we talk about a yummy restaurant?! The lamb shish kabob is my absolute favorite! Every time I'm on London, I swing by and eat as well as grab a cocktail! Yummy menu, sweet, efficient staff as well! Very well thought out menu choices as well as drink choices. Amazing restaurant!more
I came here for a big party so I can't really comment on prices of anything.
The canopies where amazing. Huge chunks of chicken, lamb, fish. Prawns, fried asparagus. And then they came around with cute bowls of different curries and rice.
It was really nice. Big, spacious and the cool slate blinds that separate the rooms make it easy to spot people or separate yourself.
Lovely venue. Not...more