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.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD32.73) per diner|
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
Mint Leaf Restaurant
Suffolk PlaceLondonSW1Y 4HX
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Set price menu
After a little challenge with directions we found mint leaf. We had no reservation and got right in. It was busy.
We were craving Indian food but wanted atmosphere and Mint Leaf did not disappoint.
We had immediate food envy from the table next to us. Everything they ordered looked amazing and we would have snuggled up if it wouldn't have been weird. And do we ordered for ourselves....more
This place was fantastic. The only reason I didn't give it a five star was because of the service. The waiter was nice, but took very long to come and check up on us. Otherwise the food and drinks were amazing! Here's what I had: Shakargandi Salad, which is Roast sweet potato, pepper, pickled beetroot with puffed quinoa and seasonal greens. For my entree I had the Meen Moileey which is...more
The prices on the menu outside were not the prices offered after taking the elevator down to that pretentious dungeon they call a restaurant.
Of course, they let you in on the bad news after you realize that you're in an embarrassing situation with an awkward elevator ride with your guests back to the street.
I caved and paid, but you don't have to.
The food tasted okay, but...more
Overall pretty good Indian restaurant for the area, easy to find at night with their bright green neon sign, right across from the playhouse.
Interior: Very interesting and had a club vibe. Not something most Indian restaurants give you the vibe of in the states. Walk down stairs to what appears to be an old nightclub/lounge turned Indian restaurant. Very dark, sexy vibes, but again...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