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Posted by Sanh on 01/20/2011
They have a good menu for veggie lovers. In fact, they use a different wok to cook the veggie dishes so the food is "clean" from meat/fish. The waiters are always accommodating and friendly. Not the boss, she is kind of stuck-up. Large portion of food in reasonable prices. What else can you ask for?
Posted by Ina Kiri on 05/01/2008
A simple neighborhood resturant in the Sunset with OK if not outstanding food at good prices. What must be said though, is that this resturant has the worst service I've ever encountered in this city. On one occasion when I ordered a whole fish fried, it came to the table baked- ok, mistakes can happen and I expected another fish as it was ordered. But what was inexcusable was that the waiter started arguing and turned insulting, even threatening. That was my last vist to Ming's...
Posted by sharon stone on 12/04/2007
one of the best value chinese food i had so far, located at outer sunset..if you wanted good food and good value this is the place to go. best walnut shrimp and salt and peper tofu and pork chops and many others....can go wrong with most of the items..
Posted by Anonymous on 04/13/2006
I definitely agree with the previous review! This is a typical hole in the wall chinese restaurants that many chinese people frequent. You get the best value during lunch time when all the chinese workers (construction workers?) fill the restaurant. My friend and I had cod filets with vegetables, beef chow fun and steamed rice for under $10! It was really yummy! But I definitely wouldn't take out of towners there!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/10/2006
It's the quintessential "old dirty Chinese food restaurant". The food tastes great, but just understand that you're risking your health eating here.