The magic behind Ming Bistro’s robust Chinese cuisine and well-known hospitality takes place not only in the kitchen – where regional Guangdong cookery predominates – but also on the floor. You are, after all, towering above Causeway Bay from the fourteenth floor of Hysan Place along Hennessy Road, with the traffic noise and bustle of Hong Kong far away. Open seven days a week from 11:30 in the morning to 11 at night, Ming Bistro is a great, relaxed spot for Chinese cuisine from dim sum to stir fry.
Staff are helpful and food are nice. They served tea set and it's extra value! Me and my friend had 4 dim sums and it's just $100 in total! Will definitely come again for dinner!
Service is great as they ran out of high chair when we arrive but they came back with one later as they saw us struggle with a 2 years old eating on my husband's lap. Food arrive very fast and the soups tasted great. Like the tea as well
Ming Bistro has a lot to boast about, from its stunning location high up in the Hysan Place building along Hennessy Road that grants the restaurant a commanding view over Causeway Bay and Hong Kong, to its specialist Chinese cuisine that takes its cues primarily from typical Guangdong food. Great value for money, Ming Bistro is perfect for casual dining, banquets, and high tea. Most popular though is Ming Bistro’s huge selection of dim sum, with over 20 types to choose from.
Other Chinese and Guangdong specialties that Ming Bistro offers include sweet and refreshing preserved cucumbers, tender, hot and crispy-skinned fried chicken, and their delicious almond tea. Hong Kong doesn’t lack for Chinese food, obviously, but if you’re looking for a novel location and genuinely speciality regional Chinese cuisine, you’ll want to seek out Ming Bistro’s location on Hysan Place in Wan Chai now.