Ming II reinvents the Pan-Asian cuisine that Ming Restaurant, in Edison, NJ, has become famous for.
Among the traditional Indo-Chinese, Malay, and Thai favorites, the Chef prepares a wide array of mouth-watering delicacies that are unique to his Calcutta upbringing.
The intimate dining space has curved ceilings and soft-lighting to make it feel romantic and cozy. The breath-taking wine room features a wide array of wines from around the globe.Join Our Mailing List
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A Long, Chilly Path to Lively Asian Flavors - New York Times review
THERE’S something disorienting about stumbling onto an ambitious restaurant in a suburban hotel complex, where the virtues of familiarity and utility tend to trump those of adventure and surprise. It just feels weird. That’s particularly true of Ming II, a few steps down the hall from the Hyatt hotel that anchors part of the cavernous Headquarters Plaza office complex in Morristown.
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Mehtani Restaurant Group
Sneh Mehtani opened her first restaurant, “The Moghul Room,” in New York City’s Pennsylvania Hotel in 1983. Having no industry specific knowledge, she learned on her feet as she put together a remarkable group of chefs and gained respect from her customers and industry professionals alike.
In 1990 she asked her husband, Satish, to help her expand to Edison, New Jersey, a small suburb of Manhattan that had relatively few Indian immigrants at the time. As the expansion continued, the Mehtani Restaurant Group became famous not only for its Indian offerings, but also for its Asian restaurants, trendsetting cocktails, beautiful banquet hall, and premiere off-premise catering services.
For the last thirty years, Sneh & Satish have dedicated their lives to providing their customers with delicious food and warm service. Their son Shaun who recently took-over the family business hopes to raise the name of the Mehtani Restaurant Group in the world of hospitality by continuing his parents' legacy.
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