Ming Court - Innovative Oriental Cuisine
- General Info:
Established in 1989, Ming Court has been serving up some of the most delicious Dim Sum, Sushi, Wok, and Char-Grill cuisine to locals and visitors from around the world.
Open daily for lunch and dinner. Live Oriental Folk music in the evening. Located across the street from Pointe Orlando on International Drive. Walking distance to the convention center.Open Daily Lunch: 11:00am to 3:00pm Dinner: 4:30pm to 11:00pm
- Extra Phones:
Fax: (407) 352-2524
Established in 1989 by the Wu and Chen families, Ming Court embodies the art of innovative Oriental dining in a spectacular setting based on the centuries-old architecture of the Ming Dynasty.
Situated on two acres and surrounded by one of the most beautiful garden settings, Ming Court features an extraordinary selection of award winning Dim Sum, Sushi, Wok and Char-Grill cuisine.
Whether planning an intimate dining occasion overlooking the Koi pond and gardens, dining out with family and friends, or if you need private dining or meeting space, Ming Court will be one of those special places you and your guests will always remember.
Open Daily Lunch: 11:00am to 3:00pm Dinner: 4:30pm to 11:00pm
- Payment method:
- visa, mastercard, amex, discover
- Ming Court is located at 9188 International Drive. This is about one mile south of Sand Lake Road and a mile North of the Beach Line Expressway. It is directly across the street from the Pointe Orlando Shopping Center and is adjacent to the Rosen Plaza Hotel. Walking distance to the convention center. Free on-site parking.
Casual family dining to private events, banquets, receptions, wedding and more. Four private dining rooms. Banquet seating up to 400. Receptions up to 600.
- Chinese, Taiwanese
- Party & Event Planners, Restaurants, Chinese Restaurants, Asian Restaurants, Vietnamese Restaurants, Caterers, Banquet Halls & Reception Facilities, Meeting & Event Planning Services
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
The waiters and waitresses are nice polite, however front desk is so rude and impel opposite, seems like it is the way the have done in their Country, because most Chinese restaurant I have came, most of front desk think and treat us like we are there to apply for food. They show "I DONT CARE ATTITUDE" , that's why I think they all are the same as they always done so in China as I live there for almost 2 year, manager and owner tried to show the guest I AM A BIG GUY OR RICH MAN, The servers are trying to make tip, so they are a little nicer.
However, they still better than Vietnamese restaurant, as soon as they take your orders, good luck to you if they are coming back to ask you anything, they didn't know how to treat guest in Vietnam, so as soon as they took your order they think their job are done, if you need them try to find them if you can.
If you go to their kitchen, I beg you can eat org trough up. I have several friends who own restaurant and I went to their kitchens oh my God, so nasty, I asked them why their answers are almost same, no one know, they get sick not us
For instant I went to "Anh Hong restaurant,and Little Saigon restaurant in Colonial, Orlando, their soups have there for almost a month, when is asked, he said don't worry we cook fresh for you and those old food we warm up to serve American, Spanish etc only, the y always said our food are good, so who care. Look at our award best in Orlando, so .
Watch out American and Spanish people, Vietnamese love to rip you.
For instant, on their add seeking nail technician, they always added "Our salon in WHITE AMERICAN" COMMUNITY, GOOD TIP", did I sad they ALWAYS place an add that way,
All above are true, every thing true , nothing but the true.
Look, no Vietnamese went to school to learn nails, they only paid $1250.00 to $1500.00 to their Vietnamese school, and got license to do nails, that's why most of them don't read and speak well but got license easily, on the renewal date just pay from $250 to $500, Vietnamese school will get all for them.
99% of nail techs! received welfare! food stamp and medicate from our tax money! because Vietnamese community law is all Vietnamese get paid 50% in cash ang 50% in check, so all will have enjoy all benefits I
The restaurant was beautiful.
The food wasn't that great and small portion. The price was expensive.
We ordered the whole fried fish, the chef gave us fried fish and soak the fish in fish sauce, when the waitress gave us the fish no more crunchy, also Chinese never cook with fish sauce. Fish sauce is more of Vitenamese style. We asked the waitress if she can order for us some food cook in Cantonese style and she said just order what the menu has, she has no idea what is Cantonese style or Mandarin style.
If you have been to Chinese retaurant before you will know the diffrent between good food and no good food. The food here taste no better than Chinese buffet.
02/17/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Wow.. that?s all we can say. We went to Ming Court while on a trip in Orlando this past December. It was recommended by the hotel?s guest service person, who by the way, was setting up appointments to see Hilton vacation Club timeshare. We didn?t do that ? and believe me, you got to watch these guys! Any rate, Chinese food is usually not my first pick, but one of my wife's favorite. I take it all back. I have never had such great Chinese food. The menu at Ming Court is unbelievable? tons of stuff, from steak to sushi, and an amazing selection of Dim Sum appetizers. Never saw anything like it. I had Shrimp with Walnuts and it was out of this world. My wife had Chicken with basil and she loved it too. This is a big restaurant with one side has a large pond area ? very pretty. And they have live music (no cover charge). I really liked this place and recommend it to anyone who likes above average Chinese food and I will say, also at the average price. Great place in my opinion.