About MR CHOW - Miami
Most recently awarded the 5 Star Diamond Award by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences for its excellence, service, and cuisine this is the newest outpost of the legendary restaurateur MR CHOW located in the chic new W Hotel on Miami Beach.
Our Executive Chefs are one of most respected chefs in Chinese cuisine. MR CHOW is a combination of old authentic Beijing, Original Recipes, and the signature dishes such as Chicken Satay, MR CHOW Noodles and Ma Mignon all were created by our passionate and skillful chefs. Also on the Menu is one of the best prepared Beijing Ducks in the world.
The famous nightly handmade noodle show is presented in every location since the opening of London in 1968.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Hours of Operation:
Friday and Saturday 5:45PM-12AM
22nd and Collins
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Since the opening of the London location in 1968, our talented Pasta Chefs demostrate a nightly Hand-Pulled Noodle Show at each location.
Valet at the hotel $15 with validation
Hing Fung Chan
Private Party Facilities:
Private party room indoors with a 60 person capacity and private bar. Outdoor private dining area for 50 persons.
Entire restaurant Buyout 250-350.
Private Party Contact:
Brian Murati / Stephane Docanto: (305) 695-1695
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Available for Private parties and events. Email email@example.com
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MR CHOW - Miami Ratings and Reviews
By far the worst restaurant i have been at. Where do i start... places 7 people in a small table that hardly fits 5, waiter was extremely rude, food was nasty and small portions, i could have ate at Panda Express and gotten way better food. Paid almost 600$ for the worst food I've had in Miami. @mrchow your restaurant needs to be shut down!!
Worst experience ever!!! One star is more than what they deserve ! DO NOT RECOMMEND AT ALL
This was literally the WORST restaurant experience in my 32 years of life. Everything about it from us having to wait an hour after or scheduled reservation. To the "manager" rushing us to our seats. The amount of time we had to wait for our order to be taken....to not ever receiving half of what we ordered to still being charged for it with no apologies whatsoever. That is not even the half of it. My birthday was completely ruined. I will be contacting corporate.
The food is alright. Not Chinese, not Wester. I had lamb that was very dry. Even with the sauce, they brought. The ink squid was good, but not outstanding. It's a flashy, but NOT elegant place. The worst thing is the proximity to the table next to you. We were a couple and where dining with the couple to our right and the couple to our left. Not a place to take your partner and not a romantic place at all.
The worst service I have experienced in a very long time. The restaurant is full of servers but it is impossible to get someone to come over or actually serve. They take forever to refill the water remove food plates and respond to any request. Food was fair, absolutely nothing special for the premium price. The ambient is extremely loud. It would be easier to talk in a club. The space is also extremely tight and plates and cups are always being broken around you. Do not recommend.
The service was very poor. Food took a while to come and came at odd times (the rice came right at the very end when we were finished eating our mains) asked for a drink 3 times and didn't arrive before we left. Asked for the bill 3 times also before it eventually came.
Overbooked and trying to turn tables as fast as possible
Dishes are very small over cooked and expensive
Waiter didn’t recommend to order more food from the start
When the tiny dishes arrived and we tried to order more food the waiter said it will be 45 minuets
Cauliflower was oversold!! Lol!
NEVER AGAIN WITH SOME OTHER AMAZING RESTAURANTS IN TJE VICINITY!!
If you would like to eat good Chinese food, enjoy a great ambiance and have an impeccable service, go have dinner at Hakkasan.
I recently went to both restaurants (Hakkasan and Mr. Chow) and my experience with the latter couldn’t be worse. Not only the ambiance is noisy beyond proportions, but the restaurant is an open pit full of waiters fighting each other to pass through the tables.
My wife and I had planned dining at Mr Chow for our anniversary and it was just a frustrating dinner. We had high expectations of eating the Peking Duck, but they were “sold out” at 8:30pm - unacceptable knowing that its their signature dish.
Finally, every single dish was just average. The service was poor for the price you pay.
The restaurant itself is quite a trendy spot located inside the fashionable W Hotel. Unless you don’t care about the food quality, service, and price tag, I wouldn’t recommend waisting one Miami night there. Just go to Hakkasan!
Food was excellent but pricey. The prawns with walnuts were out of this world as an appetizer. The MaMignon was done to perfection and is a house speciality. Marinated with a peppercorn crust. The servers were very attentive despite being crazy busy. We were warned that if you dine between the hours of 8 -8:30pm be patient. You are in prime time and the servers do their best but the restaurant will be packed. Better to go earlier or latter if you want fast service.
Mr Chow South Beach is a wonderful experience. The scene is loud and fun, a little like a nightclub that serves excellent Chinese food. They were out of Beijing Duck, but had a chicken dish that was as good as any Beijing duck. It is the most expensive Chinese food in the world, I'm pretty sure. But it is worth it, if you're not on a budget.
Poor service and food is getting worse every time we come there ... never again! Food arrived cold, portions are getting smaller and smaller, my toddler kids left hungry after spending $500.00 for a meal, we couldn’t even wait for food anymore, we just left hungry and unsatisfied.
The Miami outpost is a “scene. “ if you're into the seen and be seen crowd, loud music and tables that are so close together you get jostled at every turn, then maybe Mr. Chow is the place for you. Having dined at Mr Chows jn NYC many many times, this was nothing like it. in ny, they appreciate your business; in Miami you’re just something to get in and out. The food as in NYCis very good, which is the shame.
While the restaurant is pretty, the food is very mediocre and rather bland. The portions were skimpy and there was a long wait time between appetizers and main dishes. We sat outside and felt very isolated. We asked our waiter if we could move our party of 3 to a different, nearby table that was more appealing and despite it being empty for most of our meal, they would not accommodate our ask and then seated a party of 2 there. We had the feeling that our waiter hadn’t even bothered to ask.
After being in the one in NY I had very good exspetations. But here the food was uselessly complicated, fat and creamy. The list of wines is far to be selected and studies. They have only some super commercial brands with a really poor possibility to drink good wines from any country. Than the price-quality ratio is insane. Wasting of money and time. I will never go again
We were a group of eight. Restaurant was not ready for us when we arrived. Hostess was more interested in chatting/gossiping with her friend than moving to get us to our table -actually pretty off putting. this is not McDonald’s – it’s a high-end restaurant that charges a lot of money and I would expect them to be ready for a group of eight-Especially when they called earlier to confirm and we did confirm. Maybe the wheels were in motion but the fact that she was just standing there chatting with a friend instead of putting up the facade of moving to get us to our table was wrong.
Table we got was outside and wasn’t big enough for all of us. Ended up putting a chair at the end and the person sitting at the end was much higher than the rest of us.
Candidly, food was OK -not great. Shrimp dishes were good. The noodle dishes were not. Duck entree was weak.
Wasn’t a terrible idea experience. But for a restaurant of this caliber, you don’t want me saying “it wasn’t a terrible experience” in the end.
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