- Established in 1984, Ming Palace provides set lunches, a separate bar and six individual rooms for those who prefer private meals. The place has a grand impression by using rich rosewood paneling and chairs. There are also numerous Chinese lanterns giving out a warm cozy glow. A variety of Szechuan and Cantonese dishes are available. The double-boiled soup with brassica, mushrooms, dried scallop, chicken and cabbage is a nice dish with a twist. Other recommendations include the Peking duck, crispy roast chicken, hot and sour soup, and crispy savory duck. Chinese tea is served with all meals.
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