New Bangkok style cuisine with an Asian fused twist? Yes, please. Do not even think for a single second that Mint is messing around. Expect an explosion of accolades to own the wall while approaching the greet & seater we call hostess.
As a super large bottle of Germ-X calls the hostess stand home, prepare to be accepted. How exciting that this job description is not to judge & jury all for acceptable table worthiness (cough… Sissy’s… cough…). These girls are ready and willing to let all enter, for Mint accepts… anyone. Pause.
So fantastic is this place, Mint management has no alternative than to hunch over in a ball of laughter upon reading reviews of anything less than stellar . Beat it Yelp. Whoever says this place sucks is simply living an existence of impending dining doom. Plain & Simple.
ASIAN MINT FABULOUSNESS ENLIGHTENMENT PER ASIAN MINT:
* We use energy efficient light bulbs – highly recommended.
* We use automatic sensor faucets to help save water.
* All our containers are biodegradable.
* All our plastic cups that are used for drinks are made from corn.
* Our menus are made with recycled paper.
* We even recycle our vegetable frying oil.
Perfectly delicious in every way, dishes are apparently prepared to be solely surrounded by healthy people. Come to think of it, there hasn’t been a physically unfit person in the building during any of our visits. Maybe, just maybe, eating at Mint forces perfection. Triple Mint Sniffle.
Just when it seemed like an ordinary day, the person in which we were to dine had none other than an Asian Mint VIP customer card placed inside the very first wallet slot in which he brought. This guy doesn’t card flaunt, oh no. Instead, he ever so gently places it on top of the check presenter each time we dine. Without uttering a word, his superior Mint status is revealed.
Fresh Summer Rolls…
Vietnamese fresh rolls stuffed with shrimp & served with house peanut sauce.
Crispy Shrimp Rangoon…
Shrimp & cream cheese wrapped in a wonton crisp served with sweet & sour sauce.
Crispy chicken breast tossed in an orange sauce with steamed broccoli and a side of rice.
Wok tossed wide rice noodles on top of a bed of lettuce with chicken & egg topped with green onions.
Shrimp & Chicken Basil…
Spicy basil wok tossed with shrimp, minced chicken, broccoli, and bell peppers.
Spicy Kung Pao Shrimp…
Spicy shrimp prepared in a red spicy sauce with green & white onions, carrots, cabbage, peanuts, and dry chili.
A house specialty, the crab lovers’ special has crab meat fried rice served with a soft shell crab topped with orange sauce.
Vanilla Bean. Joy.
In 2008, D Magazine voted Asian Mint’s signature green tea ice cream cake one of the top ten desserts in Dallas. Double Exciting.
Houston’s food scenesters are adamant in their non wavering opinion that all food in Dallas sucks. Yes, there is a Dallas vs. Houston vs. Dallas everything, not just food. Can’t we all get along? Pretty please? Sniffle? There is no denying that Mint is fabulous. Fact. Yes. Please & thanks.
FIVE: High 5!
FOUR: Please & Thank You
TWO: Double Wow
ONE: Wow + Ouch = Wouch
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