Ming Garden of Kansas City

Ming Garden of Kansas City

Chinese Restaurant

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We are likes to show off our track record of providing Chinese Cuisine to the Kansas City community.

Our business concept that we follow, is to improve continually. It motivates us to be better in all that we do, to make small, positive choices each day for big change. We’ve been living this way for many years and we plan to continue doing so for a considerably long time.

For instance, our love of sustainability and the appreciation of high-quality food and the desire for fresh, healthy food. But we have grown, and with that, comes a sense of obligation.

The Chinese cuisine is a popular choice in the USA, and there are a variety of excellent establishments that specialize in different kinds of cuisine. There are Chinatown classics that offer dishes like roast duck and chop suey. There are also dim sum spots that feature authentic Chinese cuisine. With so many options it’s sometimes difficult to find the best one. It’s a good thing you’ll be able to find Ming Garden in Kansas City. This restaurant offers Hong Kong style seafood at dinner and has a wide range of dishes to match whatever taste or preference you have.

A trip to China by President Richard Nixon in 1972 helped cement the American-Chinese relationship and the resulting remittances from Chinese workers brought with them an experience of Chinese cuisine that most Americans have never heard of before. The trip was an important event in the evolution of Chinese cuisine in the USA and will continue to develop into the future. Yong Chen, a history professor at the University of California, Irvine, has a new book available entitled Chop Suey, USA, which provides a thorough account of Chinese restaurant industry in the United States.

The second decade of Chinese restaurants in the US was highlighted by Nixon’s Nixon visit to China. The trip resulted in the explosion of Chinese restaurant industry. The famous ‘Mr. Chop Suey’ dish was recreated at New York by Michael Tong, a restauranteur. This heightened demand for Chinese food led to the adoption in 1965’s Immigration Reform Act, which eliminated the quota system for racists.

The third revival of American Chinese cuisine can be connected to the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act, which explicitly barred Chinese laborers from getting U.S. citizens. During this era, American Jews were given merchant status, which granted the right to visit China and bring back employees from their home country. In the process, a large number of these restaurants began opening in the early 1900s, and according the MIT Professor of Law Heather Lee, the number of Chinese restaurants in the U.S. doubled from 1910 until 1920.

It is said that the Chinese restaurants market has become huge. There are more than 8,000 Chinese restaurants in the US and they’re all over the country in all cities. But even if you’re not keen on the Chinese food, you will still find some amazing options across the nation. A excellent restaurant, such as Ming Garden is able to accommodate you and your family. If you’re looking for an excellent meal, you will discover a wide selection of choices at Ming Garden.

The most popular restaurants are ones which cater to a wide variety of budgets and tastes. At Ming Garden in Kansas City you’ll find this. A great price for the money, fantastic flavor and a huge selection of dishes.

They’re BBQ pork buns are to die for. The restaurant is modern in design and a cozy ambiance. If you’re looking for an Mongolian soup, or blend that is authentic Sichuan dishes as well as American comfort food, Ming Garden is a great choice.

4311 NE Chouteau Trafficway, Kansas City, MO 64117, United States
+1 816-452-2151



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