Friday, August 17, 2007

Ming's Buffet

Admittedly, I am not a fan of buffet restaurants.
A few years ago, I was with a group and visited Ming's Buffet in East Peoria, at 1000 Riverside Drive. I didn't have high hopes.
The decor was a surprise. The place looks bright and clean, with sheets of cracked glass topping the tables, and glass panels on the walls with pictures carved into them.
The food is plentiful, of course, but also has been hot and seemed fresh each time I have visited, which sets Ming's apart from buffets I have visited in the past.
I especially like the green beans and the lo mein noodles from the buffet, and the large variety of cold fruit and veggies. They also have a decent sesame chicken.
Ming's also offers a selection of sushi, a salad bar, prime rib during dinner, crab legs, crab rangoon and plenty more.
Lunch runs about $8 and dinner about $12. It's still a buffet, but as far as I'm concerned, it's the best buffet I've been to.
Ming's has also opened a Bloomington location.

4 comments:

Fraochán said...

Oh yum yum. We used to eat at the place when it was in Sunnyland. yum yum!

Jeep2000 said...

Oh, I forgot that was the same people!

Henny Penny said...

We really like Ming's in Bloomington. It is always super clean and the food is great. Best buffet in town I think.

Kevin Lowe said...

Just about any Chinese buffet is a good buffet, in my book.

Nice theme change on your blog layout. Looks great.