Highly Recommend!!! Our whole family agrees that Ming Garden has the most wonderful tasting Asian food in the area. We recently moved about an hour away,and we cannot dine there as often as we used to. When passing through the area we make every effort to take out or dine in.We have not found any other Asian dining establishment that could compare. We didn't even try!!!!!
This is a great spot!!Once you sample the menu you will become a regular customer!! The vegetable teryaki,served with white rice,or the lo mein, or wonton soup ect.ect... you'll be back for more. Wonderful ambiance,very pleseant owners, incredible
We love this restaruant. After the stunning renovation, they also hired a new Thai chef. You can really see the difference- each dish, whether Chinese, Thai or Japanese has distinct flavor and transports me back to some of the best meals I have had. They have enough hot peppers for my husband and will modify a dish to everyone's tate. Very friendly owners and comfortable place to eat often.
I'm blown away
I went here with my dad, and we ordered first a side of edamame. Cooked perfectly. We got a salad. The dressing was exceptional. Im a huge sushi buff and have eaten all over the place, but this is the best sushi i have ever had. ever.
Better than Peking and Hibachi's! The staff is polite and friendly. They know us by name here and are very accommodating. Have a favorite Asian dish that's not on the menu? Just ask and they will whip it right up. If you go for no other reason, then go for the sushi. I haven't found a place with better sushi both in or outside of Philly at an affordable price. They have all you can eat Monday and Wednesdays and here's a secret. Show up after 8 PM and stay till it's close to closing and they will make you exactly what you want so they don't waste food. Plus, they will let you take home your leftovers as long as it's obvious you tried to finish plus they will give you any left overs from the buffet! For 25 bucks it's awesome!
I've eaten here dozens of times and have NEVER gotten sick. Neither has anyone I've ever brought.
When my wife and I first dined at Ming Village on Route 202 in West Chester last fall, two things made this Asian Fusion restaurant stand out. The first was the quality of the fish used in the sushi. “Three times a week we go to Philly to get fresh fish...Three times!” the co-owner Mary Li exclaimed proudly, laughing.
What really elevates Ming Village above the din of Asian restaurants throughout both Chester and Delaware Counties are the co-owners themselves. Like the well-known Chinese symbol for living harmonious, Mary and her husband, Louie Lu, are each other’s yin and yang. Outspoken and radiant, Mary is a smiling bundle of energy, while Louie is more reserved, intelligent, and keenly observant. Both are superbly kind people, accomplished chefs, and visionary restaurateurs.
Their latest vision has been realized as Ming Village was remodeled over a span of three weeks in late May and early June 2007. Without exaggeration, the newly redesigned restaurant has moved the Asian fusion dining experience in the West Chester/Chadds Ford area to a higher level. The integration of Asian and Western design melding marble, slate, wood, leather, elegant lighting, superior use of colors, and unobtrusive classical music is pleasing to both eye and ear.
The menu, already diverse and adventurous even from an Asian Fusion perspective, has been even further augmented by the addition of a newly hired Chinese/Thai chef, trained in the crucible that is culinary school in Mainland China. The results have thus far been spectacular. Roasted duck, steamed mussels, Thai curries, a full-service sushi, sashimi, and tempura bar, and even complimentary lager for those adults so inclined sets Ming Village in a category all its own, even before one considers the reasonable check at the end of the meal. As a singular experience of authentic Asian cuisine in southeastern Pennsylvania, this gem should not be missed.
Upon telling Mary that my particular dish (Red Curry Shrimp) was just as wonderful as the same dish I had in Chiang Mai while visiting Thailand in February, Mary said quite succinctly, “Thank you! Now we just need everyone else to find this out.”
This restaurant must be under new management because the food was extraordinary! Everything we were served was fresh, not greasy or covered in soupy/salty sauces. The serving size was generous and there were a good variety of dishes; the specials for the Chinese food and sushi were really diverse. The service was especially attentive and the atmosphere (despite being in a store front) was comfortable, inviting and very clean. We went back for the lunch buffet and were pleased; it featured the same high quality food and included sushi (spicy tuna, salmon, California and tempura rolls). It is also a BYOB!
This restaurant is amazing! I have been on a search for better sushi resturants and this is the best so far! The chef, Ben, is fantastic. The first time I went there he cavred a dragon out of carrot, it was so beautiful. The suhsi was terrific, melt in your mouth good The service was top notch as well. I highly recommend checking this place out. I'm not affiliated with the resturant but it just amazing food and service
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