I’m always pleased to see my restaurant, Asian Mint, on any list of best restaurants—best gluten-free, best steamed vegetables, 100 best restaurants in Dallas, and, of course, Best of Big D. So when I found out that Asian Mint made it to Dallas Eater‘s updated 2019 list of where to eat Dallas’ best Thai food, I was over the moon.
Here’s a shoutout to Dallas Eater—thank you for putting Asian Mint on your list. I’m truly grateful and honored.
To be featured on Dallas Eater is always an honor
This isn’t the first time that Dallas Eater put Asian Mint on its lists. We also earned a spot on its list of where to find Dallas’ best vegetarian cuisine. We’re thrilled to know that we’re still there as of the 2019 update.
I always know we did good whenever we’re on Dallas Eater. I respect this publication for delivering unbiased news and reviews on what’s happening in the Dallas food scene. And because their reports are written by people who actually live in Dallas, I can rely on them to be accurate and authentic. What I love even more about Dallas Eater is its efforts to build community in a respectful way. No rude haters allowed on the magazine, and I love it.
Asian Mint is all about feeding souls
It’s been clear to me since I started Asian Mint what my mission is with my restaurant. And that is to feed not just the body but also the soul. I strive to do this every day with every dish that comes out of the Asian Mint kitchen. Each dish we serve has a clean taste, full of flavor, and made with fresh and high-quality ingredients. It’s medicine for the soul.
Landing on best-lists like Dallas Eater’s means we’re reaching people and feeding their souls. And with the fourth Asian Mint location set to open in Richardson on October 7, my team and I certainly aim to reach more people and feed their souls.