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Ming's Bar B Q Restaurant Review: One of the best meal deals you can get in Atlanta is Chinese barbecue, featured at numerous fast-casual spots around town, and a specialty of this enterprise in its two locations. The way the barbecue works is simple: choose one, two or three meats from a selection of soy chicken, duck and three different flavors of pork. Then opt to enjoy it over rice or different sorts of noodles. We like the udon, which includes a big bowl of flavorful broth with plumped buckwheat noodles and your meat choices carefully placed within its warming contents, and half of it might be taken home for the next day. Chefs’ specials range from chicken to seafood to beef and vegetarian dishes. For less than a five spot, you can pick up a tasty snack of wings, pot stickers or fried tofu and eggplant, and another buck will buy you a ribs snack or calamari. A separate menu reflects the influence of a Hong Kong-style tea restaurant, serving such specialties as hot grapefruit juice with honey and, surprisingly, Ovaltine. The original location is in Asian Square at 5150 Buford Hwy., Bldg. C-300, Doraville, 770-451-6985.