The delicacies found at Ming’s Table are some of the most authentic in town. Ming’s Table at Harrah’s serves Chinese, Cantonese, Szechwan, and Japanese dishes with a modern gourmet twist. Dishes served at this restaurant are prepared traditionally but presented in an upscale way that gives Ming’s Table a casual yet refined feel. The warm dining room is sleek and contemporary with an Asian influence. Warm brown and rust colors compliment colorful mosaics that line the walls. In a casual dining environment, you can enjoy upscale food at less than extravagant prices. Start the meal with an exotic sake selection or even choose a soothing tea from the long list of flavored teas. For an appetizer, try one of their famous soups like the cream of corn soup with minced chicken or the noodle soup with beef, chicken, roast pork, and fish cakes. Other appetizers include the roast pork in Asian barbeque sauce, minced chicken lettuce wraps, tempura soft shell crab, and the wok fried pot stickers.
As your main course, choose from their large menu of noodle dishes or beef, chicken, or poultry dishes. Some signature favorites include the beef with satay sauce, chicken with cashew nuts, lemon chicken, braised pork with baby eggplant, and crystal shrimp in lobster sauce. Ming’s Table also offers a wide variety of vegetarian dishes like Ma Pao Tofu and Buddha’s vegetarian feast. If you’re looking to try something a little exotic try one of the many Chinese delicacies like the shark’s fin soup with crabmeat or sliced abalone with jade bok choy. The menu is so large at Ming’s Table that there is something for almost anyone’s tastes, which makes this restaurant a great place to bring groups. The casual atmosphere and low prices also make this a great restaurant to stop by for lunch.