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Michelin win for Cardiff restaurant

Mint and Mustard Kitchen

The Mint and Mustard kitchen. Photography by Frances Taylor.

One of Cardiff’s most popular Indian restaurants has been awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand, making it one of only two establishments in the whole of Wales to have been given the prize.

Indian restaurant and takeaway Mint and Mustard has been recognised by Michelin for the second year running, and adds the title to its growing list of accolades. In the past week, the restaurant has also been named on the The Sunday Times Food List – the only eatery in Cardiff to make the cut.

Restaurant co-owner Ajit Kandoran said: “It’s fantastic to be given Bib Gourmand status again, and a great testament to the team we have here who keep raising the bar in terms of quality.”

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