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MINT LEAF

This is one of the fine dining Indian restaurant in London. It has many branches here.we went to the Piccadilly one.Very nice ambiance , service and food too.Paneer preparations were yummy For a detailed menu you may check here.We could get the parking also and its the biggest advantage here.The pricing is little on the higher side, but then its called an upscale restaurant, so one is warned in advance. we were 8 people and men took wine, whereas women took soft drinks and then one starter each and then main course.Then since it was bday celebration we had chocolate cake and it made up for desserts. It came out 30 pound per person...for an enjoyable evening.
Mint Leaf Lounge & Restaurant 
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12 Angel Court, Lothbury, Bank
London EC2R 7HB
T: 020 7600 0992
F: 020 7600 6628
l: reservations@mintleaflounge.com

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday
Mon - Tue: 11.30am - 12:00am
Wed - Fri: 11.30am - 1:00am'''


Restaurant Opening HoursMonday - Friday
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Lunch: 12.00pm - 3.00pm
Dinner: 5.30pm - 11.00pm
BAR FOOD AVAILABLE FROM 12noon - 


Press and Public Relations Enquiries
onday - Friday
lease contact:
Gerard McCann
General Manager
Mint Leaf Restaurants
0207 930 9020
Mon - Tue: 11.30am - 12:00am
Wed - Fri: 11.30am - 1:00am
Monday - Friday
Lunch: 12.00pm - 3.00pm
Dinner: 5.30pm - 11.00pm
BAR FOOD AVAILABLE FROM 12noon - 12pm
Please contact:
Gerard McCann
General Manager
Mint Leaf Restaurants
0207 930 9020

Suffolk Place SW1Y 4HX

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