From Our Editors
Established initially as a small shop in Bradford in 1979, Mumtaz has since grown to consist of restaurants in Bradford and Leeds. The menus draw heavily from family recipes, with the emphasis on providing authentic Kashmiri dishes. The restaurants can also cater to corporate and outdoor events, as well as special occasions such as weddings.
Very posh inside loved the curry and starter it was the mint sauce and mango sauce I didn’t like worst I’ve ever had but at least the curry and chicken pakora was nice so 4 out of 5 stars for me
very expensive,food average.
Starters great! Service excellent,
Main dishes all tasted very similar an found it bland even though I ordered mild to hot.
We’ve been a couple of times here with a groupon, the food is very tasty and of good portion size. However this time even though the voucher states you get the pickle tray, they have stopped actually giving you the pickle tray that you would get if it wasn’t a groupon. This is a shame as the replacement is quite dull and taste
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Service wasn’t great. 10 or more minutes before we were offered a drink and then a long time before they brought them out. Starters were not hot. Mains were good.
Expensive, the food is cold and not a lot on the dishes.
You won’t get better than mumtaz
We went to Mumtaz with a group on voucher and asked the waiter if we could use it he looked at the phone and confirmed that we could use the voucher. And even recommended what dishes we could get with what I Mount after seeing the valid voucher from group on. Then when we came to pay at the till the cashier was very rude because he was claiming that we hadn’t booked in advance and so we couldn’t use the group on Welcher but we were not informed when we took a seat to sit to eat from anybody from Montas they give us the bill and would refuse to take the group on voucher until we escalated the
Portions are a little small.