The Red Mint

The Red Mint


0.5 miles
The Three Saints Hotel, Llantrisant Business Park, Llantrisant, CF72 8YT

Located close to the historic town of Llantrisant, The Red Mint was launched in February 2009 and is marshalled by a kitchen of experienced chefs, who ensure a high-quality, authentic dining experience. Choose from a varied menu of lamb, chicken, prawn and vegetarian dishes such as tikka, tandoori, daal and korma. A wide range of alcoholic beverages, including Indian beers, is also available. The Red Mint can cater for large parties too, with an array of mouth-watering options for hot and cold buffets. Before sitting down to a sumptuous meal, why not relax in Saints Bar - a cosy, oak-beamed lounge, replete with leather sofas and wide-screen televisions showing the latest sports fixtures. It truly is the perfect place to chill out at the end of a busy day, grab a bite to eat and chat with friends. The Three Saints Hotel, which houses these fantastic establishments, provides excellent, modestly priced accommodation for travellers wishing to explore South Wales - the beautiful Valleys and bustling Cardiff and Swansea. This warm and welcoming establishment comprises 37 en-suite bedrooms, a sports bar, large and small function rooms, and an excellent Indian restaurant, The Red Mint. Don't delay - visit The Three Saints Hotel soon for a superb display of refined hospitality.

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Open: Mon-Sat noon-10pm; Sun noon-4.30pm (carvery), 5.30pm-8pm

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