Used to good in the 90s but so so now. Close to AMC theater so convenient for a meal. Won Ton soup was dark & not fresh & wontons tasted like old meat. Queen is close by and a better option. Also King Wok at...More
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I went there because I was accompanying a client I was caring for. His family wanted to go there for dinner. The decor was beautiful and the food delicious.
Food is always delicious . I've been a patron of this restaurant for more years than I can remember. You can't go wrong by dining at Ming Village. Give it a try.....you will go back!
Had bad meal here - takeout. All in family became ill. See review title for owner's comment when I called....says it all. Stay away!
We drove up to the location where they've been for 20 + years. Called the number to see if they moved and the number was disconnected. Can't believe they're not in business. If anyone knows where they went, let me know.
The spring rolls were good, but a bit greasy and not much filling. The Pad Thai with shrimp made up for the skimpy spring rolls. The Pad Thai was very good, a bit spicier than anticipated, but very good. The friend I was with had...More
Food consistently above average. Nothing to rave about. But good enough for monthly ordering out and all family members happy.
I am shocked this place got good review because I have eaten here several times and it was OK. This last time it was awful. I ordered lemongrass I mean lemon grease chicken. I couldn't eat it. I ate the veggies and left it. Many...More
We love Chinese food and decided to try Ming Village Asian Cuisine and Sushi Bar instead of eating at the crowded cafe at Longwood Gardens. To our delight it was worth the trip - delicious food at reasonable prices. Only problem was the address: 136...More
Went to the restaurant with a group of friends. We were seated promptly while we waited for the entire group to arrive (8 of us). It is a BYOB so the waiter asked about drinks and brought us wine glasses opened our bottle of wine...More