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Chinese: Ming's Bistro is not fancy, but it is real deal. Located in the Mills 50 neck of Orlando's Colonialtown neighborhood, patrons enjoy delicious, fresh, reasonably priced dishes and dim sum as they share space with the very ducks on which they may be dining. For most people, such details only bolster the restaurant's authenticity. Dim sum runs the gamut from more familiar offerings like steamed shrimp dumplings and pork buns to many less familiar to folks accustomed to "Chinese" fare at the mall food court. Shark's fin, chicken feet, sesame balls, shrimp-stuffed eggplant and delicious deep fried taro balls (think of them Chinese croquettes of a sort: crispy on the outside, smooth, rich and flavorful within). In fact, the dim sum menu makes Ming's an ideal place for groups who can partake of wave after savory wave of small plates without coming close to breaking the bank.

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Local Expert A.D. Thompson Says:

Chinese: "Ming's serves a generous array of dim sum all week long, but if you want the full monty, come on weekends when the rolling Hong Kong-style carts are in full effect. Just don't be surprised if there's a wait."

Best for Chinese Because: We can sum it up in four words: Dim sum, come hungry.

Dinner Menu

Small Plates
Steak Companions
Classic Rubs
Sides to Share

Prime Mondays

Wine Pairing Experience

Filet & Lobster

Third Course

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