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Ming’s BBQ Duluth

I am amazed at ethnic restaurants. They are able to run smoothly on opening day and operate as if they’ve been open for months — no soft openings and no kinks to work out. Such is the case here at Ming’s. The newest sister to the flagship on Buford Highway, they opened two weeks ago, yet the young waitstaff perform as if they’ve been waiting tables all of their 20 years. The same thing can be said of the kitchen.

Ming's BBQ - Duluth

The place has a minimalist and more contemporary decor and is at least 5 times bigger than its siblings. While the original spot looks like a dump, er, night market street stall in Hong Kong, this new one is worlds away in ambiance. By the way, back in the 80s, my parents refused to let us kids eat inside Ming’s and always had food to-go because Mr. BBQ Man smoked while chopping his meats. Then, in the 90s, we were so happy when Dekalb passed a No Smoking Bill in its restaurants. It still took a good 5 years before he would finally stop smoking inside.

Ming's BuHi
I was actually at Ming’s BuHi the day before with a friend who loves to eat as much as I do; pictured here are some of my faves: beef chow fun, young chow fried rice, peking duck, congee

I grew up eating at Ming’s and favorites include Peking Duck, chow fun, fried rice, wonton noodle soup, bbq noodle soup, and veggies in oyster sauce, just to name a few. While the food in both places may be similar in most respects, the two things you must, must, must eat here is the Honey Roast Pork and the BBQ Ribs.

Ming's BBQ - Duluth

The Honey Roast Pork is pure heaven — the teeny, tiny hint of honey provides just the right amount of caramelized coating and color. The result is a fantastic salty-sweet flavor that’s perfect with rice or noodles. The ribs aren’t your regular Southern version. They are roasted crispy yet a tiny layer of chewy, tender meat/fat is left intact. Absolutely delicious.

I’m so lucky to live within 20 minutes of both Ming’s. If going to Buford Highway still seems like a scary thought to some of you, then this is your spot. Same owners, same good food, same great prices, but with English-speaking staff, and a much nicer ambiance.

Insider tip:

Most lunch prices start at $5.85. The half Peking Duck is $3 more here. Americanized Lunch menu also available.
Located in the same plaza where Sidney’s Buffet is located. Next to HH Gregg.

The scoop:

Ming’s Bar B Q Restaurant
2131 Pleasant Hill Rd.
Duluth, GA 30096
(770) 623-9996

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5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Broderick // May 14, 2009 at 8:55 am

    Wow, fancy! I’ll have to check this location out some day

  • 2 Chloe // May 14, 2009 at 10:49 am

    Broderick, you can grab a bite here then head on over to SunO after ;)

  • 3 Sandy // Aug 16, 2009 at 11:51 am

    Having been born & raised in SF, I missed a Cantonese style BBQ restaurant w/o going to Chamblee. Although the portions are on the smallish side, the quality is quite good. The decor is refreshing and modern from the ‘greezy spoon’ so common upon true Chinese restaurant.

  • 4 Eating on the Road in South Carolina | Eat It, Atlanta // Nov 9, 2009 at 11:31 pm

    [...] back to GA from Greenville, I searched for some options in Duluth. When I searched for “BBQ”, Ming’s came up. The duck was solid, and a good [...]

  • 5 Jade // Aug 11, 2012 at 12:04 pm

    I purchased from Ming BBQ in Duluth 2 orders of Wonton mee, and fried vegetable and tofu with rice yesterday night.

    When I got home , I found that the wonton was half way cooked and the vegetable was so old that it became stringy. I made a phone call to the store where I ordered from telling them how the food was and with intention that they should take better care of how their kitchen work. A lady in the store who was in charge of taking phone calls told me that there was no customer complain about their food today. So by assuming that my phone call was about to ask for money refund. She told me no refund will be approved . I was shocked by the way she answer me as a customer. I did not even ask for my money back when I talked to the lady. I said thank you and hung up. That was the lesson I learned when dealing with Ming BBQ restaurant.

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