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Chef Khullar turns over a new leaf at Mint Leaf of London

Award-winning Chef Khullar’s expertise has truly upped the dining experience at the popular DIFC venue

As one of Dubai’s most loved dining spots, Mint Leaf of London’s Chef Pradeep Khullar has spent months behind the scenes developing an innovative, eclectic menu to showcase the significant change at the restaurant.

Last weekend, my friends & I went over to try Chef Khullar’s menu packed full of new flavors and spices as he introduces ingredients and cooking techniques that have been previously unheard of at Mint Leaf of London.

While the brand’s philosophy and Indian roots remain at the core, the changes to their food and beverage offerings, combined with a new presentation style, have elevated the diners’ overall experience.

5 new dishes by Chef Khullar that you must try at Mint Leaf of London

Tandoori Chicken Khurchan, Lotus Mess, Romano Peppers

  1. Wasabi Pani Puri – Amouse Bouche
    Crisp poori filled with wasabi flavored yogurt & topped up with green peas & pomegranate to open up the taste buds with a slight kick from wasabis
  2. Romano Peppers, Panch Phoran Potatoes – Starter
    Potatoes and spices filling stuffed into the de-seeded Romano peppers. Coated with gram flour batter, black quinoa and flash fried. Served with a mango & chili drizzle.
  3. Tandoori Chicken Khurchan, Roomali Pancake – Starter
    Tandoori chicken, tomato, onion and tossed in Tak-A-Tak masala, served in a skillet along with a trio of chutneys and roomali pancakes.
  4. Black Quinoa Raita – Side dish
    Unusual yet extraordinary combination of yoghurt & puffed black quinoa.
  5. The Lotus Mess – Dessert
    Inspired from the British Eton Mess, this is a warmer version of Lotus, which has berries, bananas, ice cream, lotus caramel & biscuits.

Mint Leaf of London overview

Cuisine: Eclectic Indian fusion – an amalgamation of Indian dishes with global influences
Location: Level 15, Emirates Financial Towers, DIFC
Ideal for: Diners looking for non-traditional, Indian fine-dining experience
Interiors: Modern, buzzing bar during happy hours, quiet restaurant area, and a stunning uninterrupted view of Burj Khalifa from the lounge
Crowd: DIFC work crowd, families
Average cost for 2: AED 400

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