Ming’s Chamber inspired by the imperial lineage of the Mings, a formidable dynasty is an extraordinary restaurant located at Al Wahda Mall that serves some delicious Asian cuisine. Ming’s Chamber offers a great dining experience for an ardent Asian food lover. This was my very first visit to Ming’s Chamber and I must say I was truly impressed with their ambiance, service and of course the food. The staff here are so cheerful and helpful. The food was scrumptious and their portions are pretty big which can be easily shared. The food prices are very reasonable for the quality and quantity of the food they serve.
Pam, The Restaurant Manager was very accommodating and gave us a brief about the Ming’s history and the food served and he was kind enough to help us decide on the best from the menu.Rajeev who took care of our table was extremely great.
We started off with drinks which were freshly prepared and were refreshing.
- Lychee Mojito (AED 18)
- Passionfruit Lemonade (AED 18)
- Mango Senencis (AED 18)
- Fresh Mint Lemonade (AED 15)
Moving on to the appetizers, we tried the best few from the menu. Each and every appetizer we ordered was lip smacking.
- Gyoza Gau Ji (AED 36) : Chicken and vegetable dumplings in Manchurian sauce. They were great.
- Black Pepper Calamari (AED 38) : Crispy pepper calamari seasoned in soy glaze.
- Hunan Lamb Chops (AED 58) : The lamb chops were perfectly cooked in the 5 rub sauce and were super juicy.
- Sweet & Sticky Chicken Wings (AED 32) : Crispy chicken wings cooked in sweet and spicy sauce, tossed with sesame seeds.
And here are the Ming’s mains..
- Chinese Chilli Chicken (AED 45) : Boneless Chicken meat wok seared with onions, peppers and chili-soy glaze. It was enjoyable and went well with the rice.
- Mongolian Beef (AED 55) : Beef strips cooked in sweet soy sauce with green beans, mushrooms and scallions. The meat was perfectly cooked.
- Egg Fried rice (AED 35) : Good portion and can be shared easily.
- Nasi Goreng (AED 48) : This is an Indonesian speciality which has fried-rice with shrimps, chicken, vegetables, beef, and fried onion. It comes with a fried chicken piece on the side and sunny side up egg on top of the fried rice. Nasi Goreng was well prepared.
- Mie Goreng (AED 48) : Another Indonesian speciality which has noodles with chicken, beef balls, shrimps and vegetables. This dish also comes with an sunny side up egg on top of the noodles and fried chicken on the side. Mie Goreng portion was quite huge and tasted divine,
Though I was super full with the drinks, appetizers and the mains, I for sure couldn’t leave this place without trying their mouth-watering desserts.
- Dark Chocolate Brownie (AED 24) : The brownie is topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and was delightful.
- Ube Pudding (AED 24) : This is a filipino delicacy made from purple yam. The use pudding was topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream as well. I loved it.
- Nutella Cheese Cake (AED 24): Chocolate soil, Cheesecake with Nutella swirl at the top. This was flavourful.
- Kopi Susu (AED 15) : This is an Indonesian delicacy where Kopi means Coffee and Susu means Milk. Here in Kopi susu, condensed milk is added at the bottom and coffee liquor at the top.
I cant wait for Ming’s to open in Dubai. It is now one of my favorite places for Asian food.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this blog are based on my own thoughts, knowledge and experiences.