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Asian Mint

Founder Nikky Phinyawatana realized an opportunity 15 years ago to create a restaurant where guests could have fresh Thai food in a clean, modern atmosphere while enjoying a nice bottle of wine.

Dallas’ Asian Mint Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary

Asian Mint, the Thai restaurant brand with four locations in the Dallas area, is celebrating its 15-year anniversary with parties at all four restaurants to benefit charity and a throwback menu with Asian Mint originals for the month of October.

Founder Nikky Phinyawatana realized an opportunity 15 years ago to create a restaurant where guests could have fresh Thai food in a clean, modern atmosphere while enjoying a nice bottle of wine, Asian inspired cocktails, and end the night with a selection of house-made Asian inspired desserts.

Growing up in Bangkok, she grew accustomed to Thai food being a quality dining experience with fresh ingredients prepared in a healthy and approachable way and felt compelled to bring this to the Dallas dining landscape back in 2004.

Throwback menu for the month of October at all locations

For the entire month of October, Asian Mint will feature a throwback menu highlighting original items not currently on the menu. Throwback menu items include Pad Thai Rolls—these were one of the first items Asian Mint served back in 2004. The crispy rolls are stuffed with pad thai woon sen served with house made sweet and sour sauce. Grilled Thai Fish Balls—a true traditional street food item that was only served at the Oak Lawn location. Duck Red Curry—a throwback to Oak Lawn’s exclusive menu item made with crispy duck breast smothered in red curry sauce with pineapple. Rad Nah—an authentic classic noodle dish from Thailand made with woked big noodles topped with a gravy sauce with greens and your choice of protein.

Parties on Saturday, October 19 at all four locations 

The celebration will kick-off with the Forest Lane party from 12 – 2 p.m. when guests can mingle with other Asian Mint fanatics and hang out with Nikky. Attendees will receive an Asian Mintee Exclusive T-shirt, heavy appetizers and a drink. The entrance fee is a $15 donation with 100 percent of the proceeds going towards Les Dames d’Esscoffier Dallas and the TRA Education Foundation both of which Nikky is very passionate.

The newly opened Richardson location will host their party from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m., Oak Lawn from 5 – 7 p.m. and Inwood Village from 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. ALL on Saturday, October 19.

To reserve your spot, go to http://asianmint.com/party/

Asian Mint opened its first location in 2004 at Forest Lane and Central Expressway with Oak Lawn Avenue in 2008 and another in Inwood Village following in 2017. Richardson will be the fourth location (opening first week of October 2019) for Asian Mint.

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