Some of the regulars have been coming here since it opened way back in the 1960s, as one of the first of its kind. In fact, it hasn't changed much. ... More
House of Ming
Some of the regulars have been coming here since it opened way back in the 1960s, as one of the first of its kind. In fact, it hasn't changed much. The menu still features Bahía prawns, Chinese salad, Lychees and Singapore Rice Noodles and the house speciality is still Peking Duck. You can order Tsing Tao beer and Chinese wines, cocktails from the Hawaiian bar or stick to wines from Rioja or Penedes. Paintings and hanging screens are the major decorative features.
The food was unbelievable, the exotic drinks were superb, and the atmosphere is unsurpassed. I recommend this restaurant to all who visit Madrid. I lived outside Madrid for 3 years and ate here regularly when coming into city. More than once, this was our only stop in the city that day. I was in my early 20's when I visited this place and now I am almost 58. I have very fond memories of this wonderful restaurant.
After many months of searching for one, we found House of Ming to be the most authentic Chinese restaurant in Madrid. No other place in this city does those spectacular, finger licking roast pork spare ribs only to be found in an authentic restaurant.
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