Ming

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If you are looking for fine Asian cuisine in an exotic Asian setting, you have come to the right place. Ming presents Asian cuisine with a Mandarin and Cantonese influences. As you walk in to the restaurant you will be immersed into the Asian culture. The tables are decorated with warm red linens and cozy olive green booths line the walls. The room has a very traditional Asian look with black wooden beam ceilings and cultural paintings hanging on the walls. You will truly feel like you are in the Far East.

The food is comprised mainly of dishes you would find in any Chinese restaurant, so Chinese food lovers will want to try this place out while visiting Vegas because it is one of the best. Get your meal started with one of their great appetizers. There are lettuce wraps, crab rangoons, egg rolls, pot stickers, and more. If you are looking for a lighter starter option, have a bowl of one of their soups, such as the pork won-ton, wor won-ton, and hot & sour soup. For the main entrée, there are options for meat-lovers and vegetarians alike. For vegetarians, there are numerous vegetable options including stir-fried snow peas with water chestnuts, noodles with vegetables, and other assorted vegetable dishes. The noodle dishes include Lo Mein, Chow Mein, Singapore rice noodles, and more. All of the noodles are paired with a variety of flavors, meats, and/or vegetables. There are traditional beef, chicken, and seafood dishes, as well. Beef with broccoli is always a great choice and so is the orange chicken. Also on the menu are shrimp tempura, lobster Cantonese, moo goo gai pan, Mongolian beef, and more.

Nothing goes better with Asian cuisine then a cup of hot tea, a cup of hot sake, or plum wine. Ming offers all of these options on their menu. Desserts should not be overlooked at this restaurant. The midori green tea ice cream and the creamy mango pudding with kiwi fruit should not be missed! And, don’t forget your fortune cookie at the end of the meal. Who knows…maybe the fortune cookie could grant you with good luck for your Las Vegas gambling!
 
Hotel Map

Location:
Imperial Palace

Address:
3535 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV, 89109

Phone:
(702) 731-3311

Hours:
Open 5 pm Nightly

Cuisine:
Asian

Average Cost:
$20-$25

Payment Options:
American Express, VISA, Mastercard, DISCOVER, & Cash

Reservations:
Optional

Attire:
Casual

More Info:
Mandarin and Cantonese culinary influences

Best known for:
The exotic Asian setting