“The decor is really nice and the service very professional.”
“The Staff and my friend David had a huge cake ready for me in the private room.”
“Our friendly male server also recommended a spicy shrimp dish not on the bar menu which was drizzled with red hot chili puree and delivered really great heat but not overbearing the natural tender flavor of the fleshy shrimp, which came delicately garnish”
“No doubt, the tandoor lamb chops grilled to perfection were the best we had ever tasted.”
“The food selection was vast and everything sounded delicious.”
“Mint by far is the best restaurant I have ever been to!”
“The food was good, but after paying $48.00 for water I will never go back.”
“The service, food, music everything was perfect.”
“All over it was a pleasant experience and for a fair price.”
“the look is good but the food is not worth it and the service is slow.”
Excellent place for Authentic Indian cuisine.
I"ve been to Mint a couple of times now and it's always been a great experience for me.... I celebrated my B-day dinner there along w/10-12 friends and it was one of the most amazing indian food i"ve ever tasted.....They have a really great selection of veg. and non-veg appetizers and main menu....i loved it because a couple of my friends are vegetarian so it was a wonderful experience for them to have such a vast variety of veg items.....I would absolutely recemment this place to everyone for a great dinner and an amazing time because of the gorgeous interior and environment>>>>>Totally worth it :)
A GREAT FIND.
I dined at Mint after reading gr8 reviews here on CitySearch and im glad that i did. I enjoyed a great Restaurant Week menu along with a great service in an extraordinary ambiance. Mint definitely crushes competition with its upbeat and modern looks & great food to go with it.
Don't believe the hype. Expensive and mediocre..
When I read the great reviews about this restaurant I had to wonder if the customer had sampled other Indian restaurants in NYC. If you look at the bad reviews listed here they pretty much summarize my experience.
Save you money and go to the good Indian restaurant!
I went there for my wife's bday 2 weeks ago. The service was fine but the food was ok. In my opinion Mint is quite overrated on CitySearch. I am not a fan of the dim, green ambiance, but I would discount this as personal choice. Given the ratings, I guess my expectation were set quite high. An excellent Indian restaurant in the neighborhood would be Bukhara Grill on 49th betn 2nd & 3rd (Reserve a table upstairs, its much nicer).
I bumped into this restaurant and went in for dinner. The food was simply amazing. They also had an amazing wine list. Our server suggested Lamb Chops which came with a green sauce and were delicious.
A Great Place!.
We went to Mint last night and had a really great time. The food was the highlight. There was a cauliflower app that was just delicious. I would suggest you try something in the cashew sauce. It was amazing. The decor is really nice and the service very professional.
DEFF NOT WORTH IT!.
I will just sum it up... Mint is not a place to get authentic Indian food. The place is very nice, no doubt about that,BUT the food is horrible. It came out cold and just did not have any taste to it. all the curries tasted the same. It is also way too expensive for what you get. The service is just OK. If you want authentic Indian there are many places near mint.