If today’s Big Deal was any fresher you could brush your teeth with it.
It’s brought to you by Mintleaf in Edinburgh’s Leith and, just like the plant it’s named after, this is one restaurant which delivers a welcome wake-up call to the taste buds.
Opened in February of this year, Mintleaf on Bernard Street has quickly earned lots of happy reviews on TripAdvisor with diners praising its friendly staff, lovely decor and excellent food.
Make customers smile
While Mintleaf is a relatively recent addition to Leith’s eating out scene, the team behind it have run successful restaurants for years and know what makes their customers smile.
A beautiful listed building, the premises have been transformed into a fine dining restaurant with lavish decor.
Available for dinner, 7 days per week, the offer is for two people to each have a dish from the selection of Indian main courses on the Mintleaf menu.
Alongside much loved dhansak, madras and bhuna curries, the menu offers exciting dishes such as the shat kora gust – tender pieces of lamb in an exotic calamansi juice with lemon leaves and Bengali chillies.
Tandoori is a speciality at Mintleaf and the menu includes classics like the spring chicken marinated in yoghurt and cooked in the tandoor oven.
Vegetarians are in for a treat as well at Mintleaf. Tuck in to a bagun bhuna made with aubergines or aloo gobi – the ever popular combination of beautifully spiced potatoes and cauliflower.
Please note, there will be a £4 supplement for the mixed tandoori dish, all biryanis and any seafood dish.
As we mentioned, Mintleaf has been collecting great reviews since opening earlier this year. This is what a couple of recent diners thought of their experiences at Mintleaf on Bernard Street in Leith:
‘Excellent meal. We really enjoyed our meal at the Mintleaf, excellent cuisine and excellent service, highly recommended.’
‘Lovely restaurant. Recently visited the beautiful Mintleaf Restaurant, and had an amazing experience…the service was great, the staff were very friendly. I would recommend Mintleaf to anyone, well worth a visit.’