Fodor's Expert Review The Mint

$$ Downtown Victoria Asian
Ever wondered what a Nepalese nightclub might look like? Well, this subterranean space is as close as it gets, with good, affordable Nepalese and Tibetan dishes, from the traditional—butter chicken curry, spicy lamb curry, and Tibetan dumplings—to the less strictly Himalayan, such as naan pizzas and cheese plates, as well as various appy platters to share. With DJs playing up-tempo lounge music most nights and food served until 2 am, the Mint appeals to off-duty restaurant workers, students, and anyone looking for an after-hours meal in Victoria, where restaurants tend to close early. A cute wood-boothed café upstairs, at 1412 Douglas Street, serves quick and inexpensive curry and wrap lunches ($).
Asian Lively Lunch Dinner $$

Quick Facts

1414 Douglas St.
Victoria, British Columbia  V8W 2G1, Canada

250-386–6468

www.themintvictoria.com

Known For:
  • DJ sets
  • Late-night menu

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