Ming’s Noodles & Cuisines of Asia

1038 South Clinton Avenue Rochester, NY 14620

Description is from Rocwiki.org:

From the outside, Ming’s looks like just another small Chinese take-out, except at dinnertime, when the kitchen hops, and aromas permeate the neighborhood, whetting a giant appetite. Once inside, Chef Ming and Chicken Wing cook food Cantonese style as tasty as anyone can in Rochester. Granted, though quite yummy and nutritious, it’s not authentic Cantonese food, not even necessarily healthful food, just Cantonese-style fast food. Given his supply chain and his customers, like for most restaurants, a seasonal menu with authentic ingredients comes hard. Ming merely tries to make a living, not to educate his clientele.

The menu includes plenty of noodles, either in soup or pan-fried, including soba (buckwheat) and two bean-based noodles introduced last year, but also includes Teriyaki and other specialties Ming likes to make, along with standard Cantonese-American dinner entrees.

Five tables of two, combinable for larger groups, provide space for eat-in dining, and often fill up at dinnertime. They take no reservations, but rarely does waiting take long, and the take-out counter flows with steady bustle of orders.

Ming’s was voted “Best Chinese Restaurant” in the cities Best Of Awards in 2006.

Note that their website was done by an outside company and then they switched away from using that outside company for deliveries. So if you go to their old website, it redirects you to Yummy Garden. The website listed above Ming’s Noodle is up to date. Also, Ming’s Noodles, despite the similar name, is not related to New Ming. Before Flavors of Asia opened, it was the first of Ming’s restaurant so Ming’s Noodles was known as Ming’s II.


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