Mumbai Diners’ Club Edinburgh is a unique Indian dining experience that you really don’t want to miss. This refined restaurant is located along Atholl Place in Haymarket, where the talented team have designed a menu that blends Indian and Scottish cooking techniques to create some of the most delicious dishes in the city. Also offering a carefully curated wine list with drops that compliment the menu just perfectly, the Mumbai Diners’ Club is one of our favourite restaurants in Edinburgh. Perfect for celebrating those special occasions and treating your loved one to a romantic meal to remember, reservations at this Haymarket spot are highly recommended.
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Very nice meal and staff were very friendly. Would definitely go back
Food was delicious. Lamb melted in the mouth. Excellent service.
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So, we’ve mentioned above that Mumbai Diners’ Club in Edinburgh offers one of the most unique Indian dining experiences in the city. So, what can you expect from the dishes on offer at such a stylish Haymarket restaurant? To begin, we recommend the paneer tikka marinated with English mustard and fenugreek; coconut crusted sea bass grilled on tawa; or fresh venison marinated in honey and pineapple. We also recommend you keep an eye out for the Shetland mussels and scallops cooked in an aromatic coconut and curry leaf sauce – it’s one of our favourite starters at Mumbai Diners’ Club.
Following on, from the signature selections at Mumbai Diners’ Club you can choose from the whole Scottish lobster served in a tomato and nut-based sauce with a hint of honey; whole leg of baby lamb marinated with a range of fresh spices or the classic tandoori chicken infused with lemon, ginger, chilli and garlic. Also offering Indian interpretations of Scottish classics and biryani choices cooked with lashings of saffron, it’s little wonder that Mumbai Diners’ Club in Edinburgh is as popular as it is. Located on Atholl Place in Haymarket, book a table and discover what all the fuss is about – you won’t be disappointed.