Sesame chicken & Basil chicken – New Ming’s Restaurant

Sesame chicken & Basil chicken - New Ming's Restaurant
With fried rice. 2-item lunch combo $7.30
New Ming’s Restaurant, San Francisco CA

Hmm, I think I chose the wrong items because this wasn’t satisfying to me. Everything was super greasy and the flavors weren’t there. Lame.

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Mongolian chicken & Szechuan eggplant – New Ming’s Restaurant

Mongolian chicken & Szechuan eggplant - New Ming's Restaurant
With fried rice. 2-item lunch combo $7.30
New Ming’s Restaurant, San Francisco CA

I like their Szechuan eggplant, but it tends to be greasy (which I think makes it taste better but I’m a bad person, hehe). The Mongolian chicken was pretty good too, and not too salty.

2 item combo – New Ming’s Restaurant

2 item combo - New Ming's Restaurant
Szechuan eggplant, cumin pork, and fried rice. $6.58
New Ming’s Restaurant, San Francisco CA

There’s something funky and odd about the cumin pork, but I actually kinda like it. It’s got an odd texture, but it tastes great and the pork remains tender. The eggplant is super greasy, but I love the Szechuan flavors. New Ming’s is one of my guilty lunchtime pleasures, hehe.

Chung qing wings – New Ming’s Restaurant

Chung qing wings - New Ming's Restaurant
Dried peppers, Sichuan peppers, garlic, ginger, scallions, sesame. $10.95
New Ming’s Restaurant, San Francisco CA

These chicken wings were certainly flavorful. They weren’t necessarily hot or spicy, but all the different peppers kind of numbed your mouth anyway. What I didn’t like was that the wings were all cut up and so there were bone shards everywhere. I thought I was going to cut the inside of my mouth by accidentally biting into some. This also wasn’t a great value since there weren’t that may wing pieces. I wouldn’t order these again.

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