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Asian: Before chef Arnold Mynt showed off his culinary skills on Bravo's "Top Chef" he was showing Nashville a fresh, new way to look at Asian food. Taught well by his parents, Win and Patti Mynt of International Market fame right across the street. Sure, the classics are all here at PM - miso soup, gyoza pot stickers, edamame - but the bright flavors offer a new spin. Take the curried sweet potato bisque with Indian spices, Laotian pork sausage and sour cream, which delivers perfect fall flavors with a kick. The East Meet Wedge salad come with the standard bacon, red onion and tomato toppings, with the addition of ramped-up wasabi blue cheese and crispy noodles. Main dishes like sake-seared salmon with edamame salad are rightly paired with soba noodles in a miso glaze. You'll be surprised how much tastes good dipped in wasabi mayo.

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Local Expert Hollie Deese Says:

Asian: "Be sure to try the three course meal for $20.13 until the end of the year."

Best for Asian Because: Another Arnold Mynt creation, PM is packed with Belmont students craving the progressive menu.

Main Menu

Soups
Salads
Shared Plates
Main Plates
Sushi
Nigiri
Sushi Etc
Sandwiches & Such
Sides

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