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Tommy F.
Report | a month ago
Great lunch buffet-very fresh and good selection. Took a client there for lunch.
Lydia T.
Report | 6 months ago
Barbara W.
Report | 6 months ago
Great food and amazing service!
Rhoda M.
Report | a year ago
No complaints at all. Food was great and waiter was attentive. We love Indian food. Thanks, Groupon!
Danielle K.
Report | a year ago
So great!
Donald R.
Report | a year ago
I would recommend two things: 1. Be sure your server double-checks the order coming from the kitchen, BEFORE setting it on your table. 2. If you are dining with a lady friend, subtly encourage the serving staff to accommodate her first.
mike v.
Report | a year ago
Great menu with a lot of choices.
Elizabeth T.
Report | a year ago
Excellent food, good service
Jairo M.
Report | a year ago
Excellent service! My wife and I will be back. We were impressed.
Rhonda B.
Report | 2 years ago
Excellent Service,handsome servers,Delicious food! I had a wonderful experience and I will return!
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At Mint Indian Cuisine, it's the smallest parts of the dish that matter—the spices. With marinades, chefs infuse their meals with loud or subtle flavors that ring through the mouth like edible symphonies. A secret mixture of Indian seasonings soaks into their signature dish, the Mint chicken kebab, for a full night before the food gurus heat it in the tandoor oven. That oven also pours out freshly baked naan, which meets the standards of full flavor by donning layers of garlic or rosemary. Pounded spices accompany handpicked spinach and seasonal ingredients in vegetarian platters, which act as zestier alternatives to meat than imaginary steaks.

With so many herbs and flavors at its disposal, the kitchen experiments with Indian staples and more obscure dishes alike. Chefs cover the chicken tropical tang, for example, with a raw mango paste and a light coat of spices, simultaneously evoking and augmenting West Indian traditions. Guests can sample this and other dishes that range from fiery to sweet while live sitar music spreads a sense of serenity throughout a dining room accented by white tablecloths.

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