Mint Leaf of London epitomizes the laid-back Dubai Chic attitude, in a space that is a cross between a fine dining and coolest lounge diner. Their menu offers a modern Indian food gala showcasing flavorsome curries , kababs and lip smacking good desserts with a twist, all good to go with their signature drinks.
Mint of London is one among few finger-countable spots in Dubai where you can expect your food to taste great with fancy presentation. Talking about how stunning their food is, you can’t actually expect anything less from a restaurant which has Chef Pradeep Kullar as their Executive Chef. Oh boy, he plate out the best from kitchen.
More about food – Hightlight of my lunch at Mint Leaf of London
- Duck Seekh Kabab with Plum & Chevre mousse
It was perfect marriage of succulent & subtly spiced meat and much of their enduring appeal lies in its simplicity. This scrumptious seekh kebab was moist and with nicely charred edges, and the addition of tangy & chilli-spiked flavors that complements the plum & chevre mousse so well . It’s nothing better for whetting the appetite than watching the Chefs flipping meats on the grill in their open grill station. Absolutely authentic & delicious!
- Crisp greens with Avocado & Mango Salsa
This Veg dish could lure the carnivores permanently. The taste and texture of this chaat like dish (more of a salad with a twist) was absolutely flawless. On other hand it was perfectly seasoned with well balanced flavors. The dry ice presentation & cold texture added a plus. Without any further ado, this was my most favorite dish from my lunch.
- Main-course dishes
The main course spread makes this restaurant menu a pilgrimage spot to all curry lovers to devour their authentic curries, from velvety Dal Makhani to boldly flavored Chicken Chettinad curry and lusciously textured seared black cod with cilantro & parsley sauce accompanied with crispy butter naans and rice. The gunpower naan & black quinoa and pomegranate raita was much applauded dishes!
There’s saving the best until last, and then there are these showstopper desserts. There are few sights like Lotus mess more gratifying than a calorie-laden, drool-inducing, end to a meal. Inspired from the very British Eton mess, this warmer version of lotus with lot of berries, ice cream and lotus caramel & biscuit is a sinful delight to eyes and palate, apparently the chef has nailed it.
Mint Leaf of London reveled few of the best blow out meals. With impeccable service and off the wall Indian food options , this spot is possibly one of the best eatery in town.
Did I mention they have an outstanding view of Dubai Skyline, possibly one of the best view.
Level 15, South Tower, Emirates Financial Towers, DIFC, Dubai