Mint is a destination for delicious, fresh and healthy Israeli food. We serve thoughtfully prepared creative dishes in a casual and fun setting at affordable prices.
Our food represents a melting pot of Jewish and Arab cultures and we deliver bold and surprising flavors that are always fresh, bright, and colorful.
At Mint, we use fresh, high-quality ingredients that are carefully sourced, minimally processed and creatively served.
Our modern food is familiar but new, simple but provocative, modest but cheeky. It's delicious AND It's healthy.
FOOD WITH PURPOSE
Mint is not only about food. It's also about purpose. We are building a company that has a fundamental commitment to the communities which it serves.
Deeply embedded into our business model are the following commitments:
Promote healthy eating - offer affordable healthy options for all.
Feed out communities - for every 10 meals we sell, we feed a family in need.
Reward our team - Every full-time team member has the opportunity to own shares in Mint.
Protect our planet - We make it a priority to reduce our ecological footprint.
Raised in Herzliya, Israel, Zeev knew he wanted a career in the hospitality industry. After his military service, Zeev worked at the Intercontinental Hotel in Tel Aviv before moving to the United States to attend Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, where he interned for Starwood Hotels and Merrill Lynch. Zeev went on to work for corporations such as Ernst & Young and Tishman Hotel, before starting his own company, Hotelied, which provided personalized discounts on hotels.
Erez is a chef, baker, and author, known as one of the founding fathers in modern Israeli cuisine. He launched Lehem Erez, a bakery which sparked the artisanal bread movement in Israel and grew to over 30 locations, before moving to the Galilee to open his cooking school. He also appeared as a judge on the cooking show Game of Chefs. At Mint Kitchen, Erez created a fresh and healthy ingredient-driven menu of modern Israeli cuisine inspired by his work in the garden of his Galilee home.
Raised in Herzliya, Israel, Assaf grew up with a passion for impact. Assaf is a co-founder of MEET, an educational program for Israeli and Palestinian students, and was selected by the World Economic Forum as a young global leader. After graduating from the University of London and receiving an MBA from Harvard Business School, Assaf moved back to Israel where he worked at Colmobil Corp, leading the relaunch of the Smart Car brand. He later founded Switch, an online used car marketplace.