Indian fine dining at The Mint Room in BristolPosted on: 23 Mar 2017
The restaurant, set in the tranquil midst of Clifton, offers a sleek and elegant dining experience - and arguably the finest Indian food in Bristol.
The Mint Room is well worthy of the copious hyperbole which has been heaped on it, by critics and diners alike, on account of the consummate quality of their food. The chefs behind the restaurant pride it on being more than just your average curry house; as such you’ll find much more exotic and luxurious dishes on the menu, as well as more classic tandoori dishes augmented with their signature twist.
Head chef Saravanan Nambirajan - who has worked at the Michelin-starred London restaurant, Tamarind - serves up exciting and innovative infusions in dishes which draw from both traditional and modern Indian cuisine, as well as using British ingredients to add a contemporary note.
As well as this, the bar is staffed with tenders who can whip up a top-quality cocktail at the drop of a hat, which can represent the ideal accompaniment to their marvellous food.
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