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Posted by Anonymous on 06/13/2014
I order a lunch special from Mint once every few weeks and I was finally compelled to write this review. The food is insanely delicious every single time, I am durnk with pleasure from each bite! Highly recommend the chicken saag and the black daal. Great value when you order the lunch special.
Posted by Veer Seth on 06/12/2012
We had gone to attend a party of 30 and felt bad as the waiters has no concept how to serve. Quality of food was not good at all and food was cold. Indian food is always served hot but it did not appear to be an Indian restaurant. Poor service and will never go there again.
Posted by Jimmy on 05/24/2012
Had dinner with my gf last week. Used a certicate, not sure if it's because of that, service was poor. Take order, put plates on the table and check. Foods are just OK. Lamb Saag is good, Chicken curry is blank. no taste. Overpriced compared to other high end restaurant in the same area. Decor is nice, but tables and chair setting don't fit the decor. Metal chairs make it look cheap.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/07/2012
We went there for the first time... Had an amazing meal. The lamb with coconut was the best. The manager was very kind and changed our seat to a much romantic area. Loved the service, and will deff come back
Posted by Go-go for Gobhi on 11/11/2011
Upside: dine in and the dishes are subtle and delicious. A nice change In a neighborhood of mediocre Indian restaurants. The busboy who brings water is the only friendly soul. Weird dark green lighting makes you feel as if you are dining in a Las Vegas moon ride. Downside: Frosty, uncaring manager/owner/personnel clearly don't give a pappadum about making anyone feel welcome. But the food is sometimes worth it. Deliveries are a different story. Upside: $8.99 gets you a full meal, and quickly. And you don;t have to deal with the people and the overpriced fare. Downside: the three dishes we tried were oddly flavorless, as if they'd come from a different kitchen. Not worth it, unless you're just looking for fast fuel at midday. And you're missing out on that weird dark green lighting.
Posted by Nikhil on 08/14/2010
Went there for lunch. Though the food was good but the service was horrible. We had to ask for water a couple of times, there was no sign that they cared for their customers! I am not going back there!
Posted by WallFly on 04/19/2010
This place is a basic attempt to scale up Indian food that mostly succeeds. It styles things up, with low, blueish tinged light, fusion music playing in a loop over the speakers (needs a bit more work on the mix - heard the same song three times in 90 minutes), and fashionable cocktails. The vegetable samosa was very nicely done, although VERY hot, straight from the oil to the plate, with no warning. The Malai Kofta was hearty, and served in a rich, thick sauce, as it should be. No one but the most ardent carnivore would miss the meat. The Rasmalai was cold and creamy, not too sweet (as is sometimes the case in more street-level places). Lychee martinis had actual lychees in the bottom; the pomegranate ones were astringent and nice. Both were mixed perfectly by the none-too-friendly bartender. That's actually the only downside to the place - the waiters are obsequious to the point of being creepy, while the bartender acts like she can't wait for you to get out. The clientele, mostly urban Indian professionals, was also kind of snotty and conspicuous. All of that, together, brings down the atmosphere. Still, nice place to visit to eat your Indian favorites in a stylish setting.