A set menu for Iftar at Mint Leaf of London, a contemporary Indian restaurant at DIFC.

One of Dubai’s imports includes the widely popular London-based, Indian fine-dining eatery that is known for its exceptional food and luxe décor. Overlooking the skyscrapers on Sheikh Zayed Road, the view from the restaurant is awesome. The vast space on the 15th floor is divided into dining, bar and lounge and has a highly sophisticated décor throughout.

Mintleaf Interior

Currently, during Ramadan they are serving an extensive set menu for Iftar with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options.

Iftar starts by breaking the fast with dates and a sweet milk drink followed by the appetizer platters of grilled meats and chaat. The chicken and kebabs are perfectly moist and the chaats have the ideal balance of sweet and savory.

In the mains the vegetarian option is just as tasty as the non-vegetarian. The curries are beautifully seasoned and vegetables are fresh and flavorful. Both platters come with piping hot naan bread and fluffy white rice and the servings are generous.

The meal ends with a bowl of fresh fruit that includes sweet mangoes and pineapples. It is however, the milk and vermicelli pudding sprinkled with nuts that is worth saving space for.

The service is attentive and the atmosphere relaxing-definitely a place to check out if you are craving authentic Indian food with a modern twist.

Iftar cost 135 AED per person

Mint Leaf Of London
Emirates Financial Tower

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