At the Mint and Mustard, we have become used to getting compliments from customers for our South Indian fine dining cuisine.
But when the customers include some of the most powerful people in the land, we sit up and take notice!
This is what happened recently, when food prepared by staff from our Cardiff restaurant was selected as First Runner-Up in the 2018 Tiffin Cup.
The Tiffin Cup is a contest held at the Palace of Westminster to decide the best Indian restaurant in the UK.
Finalists are restaurants who are nominated by their customers and put forward on an exclusive shortlist by their local MPs.
The cuisine is then sampled by a lucky panel of Parliamentarians and celebrities and given a score. The event raises money for charity.
Co-owner Ajit Kandoran said: “We’re delighted to get a vote of approval – we take pride in the dishes we create at Mint and Mustard and are always grateful when that gets recognised, whether that’s by our customers or in Parliament!”
This isn’t the first time MPs have gone mad for the Mint and Mustard’s fare: The restaurant chain won the Cup in 2008.
Luckily, you don’t have to serve in the House of Commons to enjoy the finest Keralan and South Indian dishes. We look forward to serving you all!