Dallas, TX- October 17, 2017 – Asian Mint’s Founder and Chef, Nikky Phinyawatana, stood among a group of highly accomplished women being honored at the 10th Anniversary Women That Soar Awards held October 13, 2017. Women That Soar is a media and content development company that creates empowering and inspiring content as well as provides a platform for women to connect, bond and socialize.
Chef Nikky was awarded the 2017 Business Award with award winners including: Lifetime Achievement Award, Sheila E.; Legend Award, Cheryl Boone Isaacs; Global Activist Award, Carmen Perez; Humanitarian Award, Jan Osborn; Trailblazer Award, Bonnie Tiburzi Coputo; Dunbar Entrepreneur Award, Angelia Scott-Dunbar and Community Outreach Award, Stacy Snapp-Killian. Click for photos
While Nikky Phinyawatana has successfully created a premier Thai dining experience for Dallas patrons, her passion for philanthropy causes her to stand out among entrepreneurs. The culture of Asian Mint reflects Nikky’s mindset that businesses can be both profitable and charitable. Asian Mint has donated to over 100 different charities, schools and non-profit organizations.
“It is truly a humbling experience to be honored among such esteemed women,” said Chef Nikky, Asian Mint Chef-Owner. “When you have the opportunity to get up every day and live out your passion, it is the greatest feeling. I hope I am able to encourage and inspire other entrepreneurs to live out their dreams and then invest their time and money back into the communities that support them.”
The Asian Mint Restaurant Group® blends New Bangkok Thai Cuisine with a fresh Asian Fusion menu for exquisite flavors that have won local awards in Dallas, Texas, and national awards for excellence since 2004. Asian Mint currently operates three locations in the Metroplex with the newest location at Inwood Village.