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Tried N’ Tested: A Review of Ming Court

Ming Court has held onto its crown as one of the best Chinese restaurants in town. The restaurant offers a variety of tasty dishes at reasonable prices, along with exceptional service and a cozy atmosphere.

Updated Apr 26, 2023

Editor’s Rating


What we don’t like

  • Limited seating capacity

Have you ever felt like you’re walking into a sequel of your favorite movie, only to find out that the director has changed and the plot has gone awry? That’s exactly how I felt walking into Ming Court, the restaurant that once had my taste buds on a never-ending high. 

I’m here to spill the soup at one of the most popular Chinese restaurants in town. Now, I know what you’re thinking – “Is this place still as good as it used to be?” Well, hold onto your chopsticks and keep reading to see whether Ming Court is still serving up some killer Kung Pao Chicken or if they’ve fallen victim to the dreaded sophomore slump. 

Taste: Strikes Gold

From the moment I dipped my spoon into the piping hot Wonton Soup, I knew I was in for a treat. The broth was so rich and savory. I felt like I was getting a warm hug from a long-lost friend if my friend was a Michelin-starred chef.

Then came the Boiled Dumplings – I couldn’t help but channel my inner Kung Fu Panda and declare myself the dumpling master after devouring every last one.

But wait, there’s more – the Kung Pao Chicken! It was the perfect balance of sweet, spicy, and savory, and I may have let out a few involuntary “mmm” sounds with every bite. I felt like I was in an episode of MasterChef. And Gordon Ramsay himself was watching over my shoulder, ready to shout, “It’s RAW!” at any moment.

And to top it all off, the Garlic Fried Rice was so good – a heavenly mix of garlicky goodness and fluffy rice that left me feeling like I had won the lottery. I contemplated ordering another plate to take home. 

Price: A Small Dent

I know that it’s not all about the food, but let’s face it – price does play a factor. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the prices at Ming Court had stayed relatively unchanged despite its rising popularity. Take a look at the prices below:

  • Wonton Soup (serves 3-4): PKR 1230
  • Boiled Dumplings (12 pieces): PKR 1090
  • Kung Pao Chicken: PKR 1230
  • Garlic Fried Rice: PKR 800

It’s relatively a small dent in my wallet, considering the amount of food I consumed.

Service: Wow, Just Wow

It was simply unbeatable. The staff was friendly, efficient, and well-mannered. They made sure that our orders were delivered at lightning-fast speed. Plus, I noticed that the owner was present as well; she had a smile on her face and visited each table separately. 

She even had her lunch right there! Full points for that. On top of that, FoodPanda delivery is also available – now that’s convenience at its finest!

Ambience: There’s Beauty in Simplicity

Ming Court isn’t a fancy place – it’s not overly decorated or too crowded. Instead, they have opted for a simple, well-lit interior that’s perfect for families and groups of friends who want to sit together and enjoy the delicious cuisine. 

The restaurant also has a limited seating capacity. This means that you will never feel like you’re waiting for a long time to get your food or that it’s too crowded. Plus, the restaurant offers free parking spots – a rare privilege in this busy city.

Honorable Mentions: Krusty Krabs

Move over, Peking duck, there’s a new star in town! And it comes in the form of a Crab Cake from Ming Court. Well, well, well, what do we have here, eh? Let me tell you, folks, it was like biting into a piece of heaven. 

The first crunch into that crispy outer layer revealed a soft and delicate filling that made me want to break out into a song like Sebastian from The Little Mermaid. I almost had to resist the urge to flip my fins and sing “Under the Sea” in the middle of the restaurant. Trust me, folks, this crab cake is worth risking public embarrassment.

Final Verdict

After all is said and done, I’m happy to report that Ming Court has held onto its crown as one of the best restaurants in town. It remains a force to be reckoned with! I’m giving it two thumbs up and my stamp of approval – for now, at least. I would strongly recommend you give it a shot next time you have dinner plans! 

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