If you haven’t noticed it yet, our Chef Nikky Phinyawatana is quite passionate about her business. Asian Mint is more than just a restaurant for her—it’s her baby, and she loves it dearly. She’s always looking for ways to expand her growing empire. At the same time, she finds ways to keep things as fresh as the ingredients used in making Asian Mint’s food.
With four Asian Mint locations, Nikky Feeding Souls, plus her charities and other ventures, Chef Nikky is attracting well-deserved attention. So, it’s really no surprise that she’s recently featured in a Dallas Business Journal profile by Rebecca Ayers.
Congratulations, Chef Nikky. And thank you, Ms. Ayers and Dallas Business Journal, for the write-up.
Dallas Business Journal is a leading source of business news in DFW
The Dallas Business Journal dubs itself as “the premier source for local business news, research, and events in Dallas-Fort Worth.” Since 1977, the Journal has been reporting on events and topics that matter to DFW’s local businesses and professionals. It releases a new issue every week.
The Journal is part of the American City Business Journals network. The American City Business Journals, in turn, is a sister-company of Newhouse Newspapers and Conde Nast.
Growing Asian Mint is indeed a journey for Chef Nikky
What did the Journal profile talk about? It touched upon several facts about Asian Mint—including how Chef Nikky opened her first location and how the Richardson location came about. It also described Chef Nikky’s dedication, not just to the business but also to her family of Mintees. Additionally, it told of the challenges Chef Nikky faced and the learnings she gleaned through her Asian Mint journey.
You’re a part of this journey, Mint Fanatics. Thank you for being with us all throughout.
See you at Asian Mint soon!