Ming's Table at Harrahs
Just The Facts, Please.
Closed Tuesday and Wednesday
Monday and Thursday Open 5pm until 10pm
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Open 11:30am until 11:00pm
No Celebrity Chef
Average entree price $15-$25
All You Can Eat Sushi $19.99
Wed.- Sun. 11:30am-4pm and 9pm-close.
Lunch Special $14.99 and $16.99
includes soup and entree. 11:30am-4pm
Sample Menu Items
From Ming's Table's web site:
The menu at Ming's Table includes crispy Roast Duck served with a rich plum sauce, sizzling Beef in Black Pepper Sauce and spicy Kung Pao Shrimp and Scallops, all local favorites. For the more adventurous and modern of palates, try the Honey Glazed Walnut Shrimp, Beef with Satay Sauce and Dan Dan Noodles.
Mavens Overview: Ming's Table
Ming's Table at Harrahs serves mediocre Chinese food, with some decent lunch hour specials.
The Internet Buzz is mediocre to poor, for both food and service. What can you say about a restaurant where the better reviews say something like: Not as bad as people say it is.
Internet Buzz: Ming's Table
- The modern décor, designed by the Friedmutter Group, features warm browns and deep reds, oval lighting fixtures, cherry red tables and mosaic columns.
- Grouper with the soy sauce and scallions-doesn't taste like anything buy soy sauce and scallion -salmon sashimi-I ate the piece that had a slice of lemon on top, the killed the buttery salmon flavor that I enjoy most...no bueno -hamachi-taste like it was previously frozen -passion tea with fresh fruits-YUMMMY! we had even asked for some to go! -green tea ice cream-you know how some ice cream was in the freezer for quite some time and when you eat it, you can taste the ice filming on it? yep yep, that's what I had. In addition to that, the inside of my icecream ball was hollow :(
- One day a week, I work at Harrah's. This is the first & last time I will give Ming's Table my business. Here's the deal. Overpriced. Poor Service. Mediocre Food. Granted, I wasn't expecting great food but I was expecting my Mongolian Beef to be hot--tempature wise that is. I purposely didn't cover up my uniform shirt so that the employees there knew I too worked in the building. I wasn't looking for a discount, I was looking for great service. Apparently, no one got decent service that night since the table next to me complained about there service or lack there of as well.
- Horrible.... I might be bias because I'm asian and I live in San Francisco so I'm used to a certain standard and quality of Chinese food. But the food was horrible. I can taste the MSG in the sauce. And the meat didn't even taste like meat. It was so mushy I felt like I was eating tofu shaped beef. I tried the singapore noodles, which was a bad idea. It was very bland... that's the best thing I can say about it.
- We went for the all you can eat sushi and soup deal and sadly the place beat us on this one lol. The sushi was cut up all wrong and was a very mediocre grade of sushi. Everything in the roll was way too big. The price was very overpriced considering the lousy grade of sushi that you receive.
- Surprisingly my bowl of noodles wasn't half bad and the quantity was enough to where I was satisfied with paying $10 for a bowl of noodles.
- I actually like this place so I'm surprised to see the negative reviews however I do believe what people have said about the poor service, sometimes it has taken me while to get a waiter to come over. I've eaten here about 4 times and have always had a pleasant experience. My main reason for going here is the Singapore noodles which are very tasty.
- Ming's Table isn't as bad as most people make it out to be. But it isn't exactly a place you'd should have dinner at. For lunch it's not too bad of a deal with their midweek special.