Szechuan Gallery to become Ming’s

As reported by the Prince of Petworth last week, a liquor license application under the name Ming’s has been posted at the former Szechuan Gallery Restaurant space at 617 H Street NW.

The ABRA notice describes the Nature of Operation as follows:

Dining with an upscale atmosphere serving Chinese/Japanese food including authentic Hong Kong style dishes and sushi. No live entertainment or dancing. Occupancy Load is 143.

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    Chris 555 Mass says

    Well, hopefully it will be good. I think it's sad that we don't have any fine-dining Chinese restaurants in Chinatown. Where are the white tablecloths and authentic cuisine?

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    Anonymous says

    @ Chris 555 Mass… I agree! It's kind of embarrassing to even call it Chinatown when using it as a landmark or comparing it to Chinatowns in other cities. My favorite Chinese restaurant here is Mei Wah, which is way over in the West End, with a 2nd location in Chevy Chase. With its HUGE popularity, I've often wondered if Mei Wah has ever thought of opening a location in Chinatown. It would be SUCH a GREAT thing! I went to the West End location for dinner on Christmas day. It was absolutely JAM PACKED with people. I could not believe it! I would love to see this same kind of traffic at a reputable Chinese restaurant in Chinatown.

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    Muckraker says

    What about Ping Pong dim sum, at 7th and H? Anybody tried it yet? Sure looks fancy to me from the windows.

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    Anonymous says

    Ping Pong Dim Sum is fantastic, tried it last week, very classy place.

    City Vista