Dim sum and then some—Ming’s Seafood Restaurant offers dim sum until 3 p.m. but stays open for dinner service and evening meals. It’s a location praised by locals for Chinese cuisine in general, but you’ll want to especially take notice if you’re craving seafood accents and dim sum.
Modern decor sets the stage for a great dining experience. Don’t stop at seafood, or even dim sum, for that matter—plenty of traditional and signature dishes are available at Ming’s, with great takes on all the usual favorites.
Two interesting dishes: the two-in-one dish of Crispy Fried Tofu with Shrimp & Sea Conch, and the large whole shrimp scattered about the fried rice.