New Edinburgh’s Cilantro Indian restaurant in Leith to open this summer


Leith is preparing to welcome a new “boutique” Indian restaurant this summer.

Coriander is making its way to the capital, promising “high quality dishes with unique ingredients”.

The exciting new dining venue will find its home at 4 Albert Place, which once housed another Indian restaurant, Mughal’s Spice.

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An official opening date has yet to be set, but Cilantro’s website suggests they could welcome customers early next month.

The team behind the new venture are set to offer ‘genuine Indian cuisine’, ‘an intimate dining experience is currently being prepared in Leith, for you to enjoy very soon’.

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The Cilantro menu has yet to be announced, but the restaurant could be a place for lovers of all things hot, with some dishes aimed at people “who like a little spice”.

Leith already has a number of brilliant Indian food options including Mintleaf, Cutting Chaii and Dangal.

For all updates on the new restore point, be sure to follow Cilantro on Facebook here.

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