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Louisa Chu from Chicago Tribune reviewed MingHin Cuisine on February 16th 2017
MingHin offers four kinds of tea, but the default is the most popular and my preferred kind too: jasmine. "With jasmine tea, you can never go wrong. ... If you order takeout at MingHin, dim sum or otherwise, you will find a packet of tissues, not Wet-Naps...
Steve Dolinsky from ABC7 Chicago featured MingHin Cuisine in one of his Hungry Hound on November, 19 2016
..is now making a trio of sweet egg yolk-based buns, rarely seen anywhere else in the city. These are the hallmarks of dim sum... In this week's Extra Course, Steve introduces us to Macau-style crispy pork, a one-of-a-kind dish in Chicago....
Michelin Guide recognized MingHin Cuisine on October 26, 2016
Minghin Cuisine is incredibly proud to be awarded Michelin Bib Gourmand once again for the second consecutive year.
Eater Chicago rated MingHin Cuisine on July, 12 2016
Minghin Cuisine was rated one of the 38 Essential Chicago Restaurants, Summer 2016
timeout.com reviewed MingHin Cuisine on May 12, 2016
Minghin Cuisine was rated one of the 16 best dim sum restaurants in America.
Zagat rated MingHin Cuisine in February, 2016
Hip and modern for the genre, these moderately priced Cantonese chowhouses serve up seafood specialties and daily dim sum in stylish surroundings. Beverage options go beyond the basics to include freezes, smoothies and signature cocktails from tiki classics to martinis, plus sake and Chinese wines.
Michelin Guide reviewed MingHin Cuisine on October 22, 2015
Minghin Cuisine has received the 2016 Michelin Guide's Bib Gourmand distinction
Check Please! on WTTW Season 14 reviewed MingHin Cuisine on November 21th, 2014
MingHin offers authentic Cantonese classics and a wide variety of dim sum in the heart of Chicago’s China Town. This large restaurant is contemporary, with delightful modern Asian décor. Perfect for a meal for a small or large party.
TastingTable Blog and Magazine reviewed MingHin Cuisine on December 4th, 2013
That fantasy is reality at Chinatown's MingHin. The sleek, three-year-old restaurant in Chinatown Square offers some of the neighborhood's finest dim sum, served for breakfast and lunch daily, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m...
190 North Shows on ABC7 reviewed MingHin Cuisine on May 25th, 2011
No matter what time of day, the streets near Archer, Cermak and Wentworth are always bustling with traffic and people looking to splurge on a great buy or delicious food! Now that the neighborhood has expanded, there are more dining options and plenty of dim sum for all to enjoy...
Heather Shouse from TimeOut Chicago, Eat Out Awards 2011 reviewed MingHin Cuisine on April 13th, 2011
One thorn in Chicago’s dining scene: its lack of (good) late-night eats. Enter this Chinatown newcomer, one-upping your usual taco run with stellar dim sum served until 2am nightly...
Mike Sula from Chicago Reader reviewed MingHin Cuisine on February 7th, 2011
..an elegant environment with elaborately decorated private rooms...MingHin's other key offerings, particularly its live and otherwise fresh seafood, prepared to the diner's choice, perhaps steamed or salted and peppered in a black-bean sauce, or served in a casserole or sashimi style, as practiced on live scallops dissected...
Steve Dolinsky from ABC 7 reviewed MingHin Cuisine on February 4th, 2011

Eating in Chinatown has become downright exciting, from Hong Kong-style cafes to cozy, intimate dim sum parlors. Plus, two new restaurants are investing in creature comforts and interior designers hoping to lure a new generation of eaters...

Chicago Reader Newspaper, Blog and Magazine reviewed MingHin Cuisine on February 2011
...this is presented in an elegant environment with elaborately decorated private rooms—red lanterns, lacquered woods, soft high-backed upholstered chairs, bone china...
Phil Vettel from WGN-Ch 9 reviewed MingHin Cuisine on February 3rd, 2011
...MingHin, with a decorative upgrade for good measure. A handsome, wood-trimmed foyer gives way to an open, brightly lit dining room with pretty artworks. The more intimate upstairs room is even prettier, highlighted by fabric-covered chairs in various colors...
LLs from Chow.com reviewed MingHin Cuisine on Janary 9th, 2011
..Best Dim Sum and dinner in Chinatown...spend a lot of time in Chinatown, and I've probably dined at every Chinese restaurant in the area at least a dozen times. MingHin Cuisine is easily one of the best places to eat in Chinatown...