Teaching others has always come naturally to Nikky Phinyawatana, owner of Asian Mint Restaurant Group…. This is why Asian Mint’s cooking classes are so popular with admirers of Dallas’ hot Asian fusion restaurant. Creating a fun, open, and joyful atmosphere is what makes these cooking classes so well-loved. Nikky not only teaches how to cook in new and exciting ways…. She also does it while creating a fun and memorable experience.
Dallas Arboretum’s Chefs in Nature
The Dallas Arboretum’s Chefs in Nature class series brings the experience of an Asian Mint cooking class into the Dallas Arboretum. This class series features some of Dallas’ top chefs with a rich menu of seasonal bites, refreshing cocktails, and intimate conversation.
Owner Nikky Phinyawatana will be the featured chef at the September Chefs in Nature event, giving you the opportunity to spend an evening with her learning some of the inside tricks of Asian Mint–all while having a cocktail and sharing delicious treats. You’ll also learn how the same fresh and healthy ingredients that make Asian Mint dishes so exceptional can be grown in your own home garden–all in the exquisite setting of the Dallas Arboretum.
For chefs like Nikky, who love to share their inspiration and mastery of culinary skills, this is a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with this chef’s remarkable vision.
Adult learning programs like these cultivate curiosity and inspire creativity to find new ways to use the plants in your own garden for a healthy, nourishing, and delicious meal that will delight your friends and family. It’s these dishes that earned Asian Mint several national and local culinary awards, and you can make them right in your own home.