Ming is one of my favorite restaurants especially for special occasions like valentines or anniversaries. Love the food, service and vegetarian options! Big fan of indo-Chinese and Ming gets it bang on right! Very flavorful and well made dishes. Can go again and again and again!
Very disappointed in the food. I have been to Ming before and Ming II as well. I ordered the fried shrimp which tasted like they had been refried. I also ordered the sea bass which was definitely refried. In fact, the batter was so thick, I could barely cut and chew through it. The service was poor, but it was Valentine's day so, I guess that is to be expected. Will not return.
5 of us who work together went here for Valentine’s Day. The server was very attentive, the food service was quick and efficient, and we had plenty to eat. The cauliflower appetizer was amazing! The portions are large so be sure to share your dishes
Third time here. This time with 9 colleagues. Wonderful food and service!
We really enjoyed our meal at Ming II. The staff was friendly and the food was delicious. I especially loved the cauliflower appetizer. They have a nice selection of wines by the glass too. The only suggestion I have is that they switch from styrofoam takeout containers to those that can be recycled.
Extremely varied menu... excellent drinks.wonderful decor.
Very disappointed. Food not even close to the level they charge. Service was non existent.
Food was average at best but service was good.
Excellent food. Their cocktails are also very good and a must try!
Great food with lots of vegetarian options. Spice level and taste very similar to authentic indochinese food.
The food was amazing, portions good sized and the service was good.
Dined here this past weekend for NYE and the food was absolutely amazing but I don’t know if the heat was broken or what was going on but it was absolutely freezing in the restaurant and it made the whole experience unbearable. As soon as we got the food we basically packed up to leave because it was SO cold. Also none your hostesses were helpful in actually finding your location. I had to go and get a hotel worker to help me and my friends get there. Again, the food was SO good and I would recommend...as soon as you get your heat fixed
Went to Ming II on New Year's Eve. There was no heat and the restaurant was freezing. There was no attempt to explain and the restaurant got colder as dinner wore on. As a reward for sitting through a frigid dinner, we were offered ice cream, a cruel joke after a cold and drafty dinner.
Not sure I will be returning. This is the second time I had to pay the 5 parking fee due to them not validating my parking. Not happy.
What a disappointment for what had been a favorite, elegant Asian upscale. While it was Christmas Day, it's no surprise that many who do not celebrate the holiday would be out for dinner. They had no excuse for being understaffed. The food? The papaya salad dressing was complex and complemented the dish, but the papaya was not ripe. The duck taco also was sauced well, but arrived lukewarm. The ample sized Lamb Szechuan did its best to hide the lamb amidst the veggies, but was tasty, if montone spicy. The Eggplant Red Curry trailed the pack, with a hint of what the sauce may have been like if it were not gelatinous.