Ming's Noodles/Comments


Archived Comments

The Ming's Noodles Comments Archive contains comments made prior to 2008 and was archived on July 26, 2009.

2006-04-21 18:56:37   You can order online on the website (for either take-out or delivery). There's also room to eat in at Ming's, but it's small and loud. Better than other similarly priced Chinese take-out places. —RachelBlumenthal

2006-08-05 10:13:13   The only place in town to get authentic, NYC-style noodle dishes. Oh yes, they also prepare anything and everything in less than ten minutes and their prices are ridiculously low. —RochesterGuy

2006-08-17 11:29:15   Along with Ming's II, the best noodles anywhere. —RichardSarkis

2006-08-24 13:02:42   I've gone to Ming's since it opened back in the late 90s. It's being awesome, love the Hong Kong Pan fried noodle, it's as close to Hong Kong without going there. What's with NYC style? It's Hong Kong style! —DaveWong

2006-08-28 18:23:00   I ordered my food online— delivery was quite prompt (they do warn you on the website that you'd have to wait an hour for your order to arrive— if you're an impatient person it's better to pick your order up yourself). The food itself was quite yummy— I had combo egg foo young, subgum wonton soup, and mongolian beef (although it wasn't as spicy as I was hoping for— make sure you order it extra spicy if you like it that way). —CatherineConnolly

2007-02-05 09:29:51   better than most chinese take out in the area. You can sit down here, but i wouldn't recommend it. —NjTourist

2007-02-06 19:05:58   The food is good, but the last time I went into the Monroe Avenue location, they made a mistake on my order and gave me fried spring rolls instead of the fresh ones and when I came back to return them for the right ones, they proceeded to be really mean to me about it and then the lady made my fresh spring rolls with out wearing gloves, and I just ended up throwing them out, so needless to say I was hungry and disappointed —MaggieSmith

2007-02-06 20:14:08   Hi Maggie—the Monroe Ave location, Ming's II, is not owned by the same people as Ming's. I think they were at one point, but not anymore. —RachelBlumenthal

2007-02-07 12:27:24   I think the owners were business partners, each managing one restaurant. At least, thats what I gathered over the years. —RichardSarkis

2007-07-03 09:46:03   I've been a regular customer here and food is always good. And to my surprise they just started doing bubble tea. But the surprise doesn't stop here yet. They actually have the best bubble tea outside Taiwan which is pretty amazing. I strongly recommend people try their bubble tea and smoothies with konjac jelly. —AliceChang