Mint and Mustard’s taster menus have become legendary for introducing the most scrumptious South Indian cuisine to the public.
They helped win us our place in the Michelin Guide – and saw us voted as one of the countries finest Indian dining experiences by MPs, among numerous other awards.
This May, you have an opportunity to sample our finest and help raise funds to fight the biggest cause of premature death in the UK.
The event starts at 6:30pm and will cost £32.95. It features a specially selected range of fine dining dishes from India’s spice state of Kerala and elsewhere in the Sub-Continent.
As a restaurant chain founded by doctors working in the NHS, we’ve always been very proud to support health charities that make a difference, and we hope you will agree that this is a very worthy cause.
Cancer Research UK’s Senior Fundraising Manager for South Wales, Lynne Eagles, said: “I am delighted to support Mint & Mustard in Chepstow with their Charity Taster Menu Dinner.
“Cancer Research UK relies entirely on the donations received by the general public and at fundraising activities such as this, to fund life-saving research work into all 200 different types of cancer.
“We hope this evening will be a tremendous success and an enjoyable evening for all.”