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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Ming's Restaurant Review: Once regarded as the suburban bastion of fine Chinese cooking, Ming's has not so much lost its luster as succumbed to increasing competition. It's carnelian-and-silver dining rooms still soothe the hungry hoards gathered to chow down on abundant plates of General Tso's chicken and kung pao shrimp. Ming's beef is a perennial favorite, offering two kinds of crisp: the crunch of perfectly steamed broccoli and the crackle of delicately-crusted cubes of meltingly tender beef. Mandarin lobster---beautiful chunks of lobster in a spicy sauce with mushrooms and water chestnuts---is another good bet. A low-fat menu is also available.