Mint Leaf of London
has launched their brand new brunch menu which is a six course unlimited a la carte menu, with a choice of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian menus. Available on both Friday and Saturdays, select from a vegetarian or non-vegetarian brunch menu, each providing a vast six-course feast with a beverage package of choice (select from Non-alcoholic, House Beverages or Bubbles), with drinks and dishes served directly to your table for an indulgent brunch experience.
Where: Mint Leaf, Emirates Financial Towers, DIFC
Perfect for: Lit brunch experience
- Zaffran Malai Broccoli (Tandoor Roasted Broccoli with Saffron Cream Cheese)
- Beetroot & Pudina Tiki (Beetroot & Mint Cake served with sweet youghurt and Tamarind Chutney)
- Dahi de Kebab (Panko Crusted Kebab of Greek Yoghurt, Ginger and Chillies)
- Teekhi Palak Paneer (Spicy Paneer & Spinach, with Roast Garlic and Cumin)
- Malai Chicken Tikka (Chicken Tikka with Cream Cheese)
- Lasooni Prawns (Grilled Prawns with Roasted Garlic Paste)
- Achaari Nile Perch (Roasted Nile Perch with a Piquant Spice Marinade)
- Chicken Hara Pyaaz (Chicken Poached in Cashew Nut Korma with Spring Onions)
Service: Very good! Friendly and extremely sweet
What we loved: Course 1 which was “street food,” Bhel puri churmura and chana sev chaat was like the typical chaat, the chana was well done and both the dishes were made/mixed very well. We personally always enjoy anything “malai,” and so we loved the zaffran malai brocolli which had saffron cream cheese on it, slightly under cooked but nonetheless, it was delicious. Course 3 was definitely our favorite, it also included Tandoori Chicken and Classic lamb which were so appetizing, we could totally eat 2-3 more pieces. Course 4 was equally appetizing, the lasooni prawns which is basically garlic prawns was so good and so were the other two chicken dishes. Coming to the curries, we enjoyed most of them. The Chicken Hara Pyaaz, Rajma ki Subzi, and the Palak Paneer had such good flavor in it, it went so well with the roti and the saffron rice served on the side. Finally, the desserts were just too good! The presentation was done so well, it looked very appealing and surprisingly, every single dessert was upto the mark, very delicious.
What we didn’t like as much: We didn’t really enjoy the Paneer Kaju ki Tikki, I think it was because of the roasted cashewnuts that it included. One other dish we didn’t like was the Khatta Meat curry, which was lamb curry. It tasted a little odd to us, had too much of a ginger-y taste.
Ambiance: Live DJ playing & trumpet player. Super lively and lit place to be at for a Friday brunch.
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Both menu options deliver Mint Leaf of London Dubai’s signature modern twist on traditional Indian cuisine, from street food fare, grills, tandoor and classic curries, each complemented by a platter of delicious desserts. If the six courses on offer aren’t quite enough for you, Mint Leaf’s brunch is unlimited, so feel free to order more of any dish or beverage from the menu throughout the day. The sophisticated affair is reflected in the stunning views of the Burj Khalifa, the award-winning décor a tasteful mix of dark tones, henna patterns and soft lighting – and the always-elegant atmosphere. Brunch timings are from 1pm – 4.30pm every Friday and Saturday for either AED 195 Non-alcoholic, AED 320 House Beverages or AED 370 Bubbly.