Minty Z reviews

About Minty Z

When it comes to Dim sum restaurant excellence, Minty Z at 3206 Grand Ave is the embodiment of sophistication. With a 4.5 stars ratings, based on 433 Google user reviews rating and a readily available phone number, (786) 409-7151, they've set new standards. Embark on this enlightening journey as we decode what makes them the undisputed choice for aficionados of Dim sum restaurant.

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From Minty Z"Minty Z is a vegan restaurant located on 3206 Grand Avenue, Miami, Fl. Miami's hottest plant-based dining experience is Minty Z! You don't have to be a vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian, flexitarian, or any other type-of-tarian to know an exceptional...  More

Minty Z Hours

Monday
(Martin Luther King Jr. Day)
12–4 PM, 5:30–10 PM
Hours might differ
TuesdayClosed
Wednesday12–4 PM, 5:30–10 PM
Thursday12–4 PM, 5:30–10 PM
Friday12–4 PM, 5:30–10 PM
Saturday11:30 AM–4 PM, 5:30–10 PM
Sunday11:30 AM–4 PM, 5:30–10 PM

Service Categories

  • Dim sum restaurant

6 Reviews for Minty Z

Mario Cabana review for Minty Z
Mario Cabana Rated 5.0 out of 5, to Minty Z
  • by Mario Cabana
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

A delicious Asian vegan restaurant. The food is rich in flavors, the texture is just on point, the aroma is exuberant and the staff are so kind and attentive. A fantastic place that everyone feels welcome and a place we are definitely coming back.

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fra a review for Minty Z
fra a Rated 5.0 out of 5, to Minty Z
  • by fra a
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

A cozy vegetarian gem! Delicious, inventive dishes like Sweet & Sour Mushrooms, Massaman Curry Noodles. Friendly staff, warm ambiance. A must-visit for foodies, whether vegetarian or not. Loved the vegan desserts Bao Beignets

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Carlos Salguero review for Minty Z
Carlos Salguero Rated 5.0 out of 5, to Minty Z
  • by Carlos Salguero
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

100% vegan food. The taste was great, especially the Sesame seitan wings and sweet and sour mushroom. The Japanese craft beer selection was also great. It is a must go for vegan people living/visiting the Coconut grove/Coral gables area.

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Felicia Amon review for Minty Z
Felicia Amon Rated 5.0 out of 5, to Minty Z
  • by Felicia Amon
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

Came here for lunch with a friend and really enjoyed it! We came at about 1pm and were seated right away. We opted for their lunch menu which I found to be an amazing deal! It's $20 and comes with a small plate, a large plate, and a drink, which could be alcoholic!I got the Avocado Spring Rolls as the small plate, the Sweet and Sour Mushrooms as the large plate, and the Coconut Limeade to drink! I honestly loved all three of these things but my absolute favorite were the sweet and sour mushrooms!Our server was very friendly and explained everything to us and the restaurant itself is quaint but charming! I would definitely come back!

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Destiny Carbello review for Minty Z
Destiny Carbello Rated 5.0 out of 5, to Minty Z
  • by Destiny Carbello
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  • Google Reviews
5.0 Excellent

My girlfriend and I had a wonderful experience at minty z. The food was amazing, we got the 8 course Miami spice menu. Worth every penny. Our waiter Nicolas was very kind and helpful, as well as the general manager Nikki. One of my new favorite restaurants in Miami

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melanie wolf review for Minty Z
melanie wolf Rated 2.0 out of 5, to Minty Z
  • by melanie wolf
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  • Google Reviews
2.0 Poor

Unfortunately we were not impressed by Minty Z. The restaurant is small, dark, dingy and dirty. They’ve put no effort into making the atmosphere inviting. We were still hopeful when we were seated but when we asked our waiter if everything was vegan he replied that everything was made with vegetables, which made me wonder if he knew what vegan means. We had the buckwheat scallion pancake with ginger tamari dipping sauce. It’s basically a hard tasteless bread-like substance, and the sauce was unimpressive. When the waiter asked how everything was we mentioned that we were definitely not impressed with this dish. He replied that it’s one of the best sellers. We thought he might just be saying anything that came to mind. We also ordered the Orange Tofu. Not a lot of flavor in this dish, or any of the sauces for that matter. The only good things about this dining experience were the Avocado Spring Rolls, and the Thai Curry Cauliflower. Neither were incredible, but both dishes were worth ordering again. The Avocado Rolls were not as light tasting as spring rolls typically are, but they were a treat nevertheless. The Cauliflower was particularly interesting being served as a whole head of cauliflower. It was cooked well and quite tasty.

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