Acerca de MR CHOW - Miami
Este establecimiento, inaugurado en 2006 por el famoso dueño de restaurantes Michael Chow, ha sido galardonado con el 5 Star Diamond Award de la American Academy of Hospitality Sciences por su excelencia, servicio y cocina. Se encuentra en el nuevo W Hotel, en Miami Beach. Los chefs executive del restaurante se cuentan entre los más respetados de la cocina china. El menú del Mr Chow es una combinación de recetas tradicionales auténticas de Pekín y platos creados por sus entregados y hábiles chefs, como el pollo satay, los fideos MR CHOW y Ma Mignon. La receta de pato pekinés es una de las mejores del mundo. Desde su apertura en 1968 en la ciudad de Londres, el restaurante presenta el famoso espectáculo de preparación de fideos cada noche.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Estilo de comida:
Horas de operación:
Friday and Saturday 5:45PM-12AM
22nd and Collins
Código de etiqueta:
Informal y elegante
Rango de precio:
más de $50
Opciones de pago
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Acceso para silla ruedas, Banquete, Bar / Sala pública, Bar completo, Comida para llevar, Mesas en el exterior, Para no fumadores, Salón privado, Trae tu propio vino, Variedad, Vinos, Zona exterior para fumadores
Fotografías del restaurante
MR CHOW - Miami calificaciones y reseñas
Really disappointed. For all the hype the restaurant receives, I expected something better. The fiery beef and spicy pork had decent flavor, but I could get similar tasting dishes at Pei Wei and not spend 1/10th the price. Service was impeccable and the staff was really good. It's a shame the food doesn't match the service and decor.
Well last night's "dinner" was so bad I am compelled to write a review. I had dined here in 2013 and it was poor then, but as fans of the Mr Chow menu - we thought we'd give it another chance. I'm afraid to say its even WORSE now.
The setting is Nice, the staff are OK (but don't handle issues well) - but the food is disastrous!
The quality of the raw materials/ingredients is poor and the preparation well below the Mr Chow standards.
We started with the "satay" chicken - one of our favourite dishes in London and Beverly Hills. It was tough, bland and totally devoid of flavour.
Next we had the "scallops in the shell" - our scallops were off. I don't mean, you know, "slightly on the turn" off, I mean full on, stench of ammonia off. Serving scallops this old is dangerous - particularly for pregnant ladies or people with compromised immune systems.. We complained - and they were taken away.
The rest of the courses were a litany of poor quality, tiny little "pot stickers" a quarter of the size they should be. Dry and flavourless curry puffs - no curry in ours - just dry pieces of chicken. Tasteless Green Prawns - again devoid of flavour, and a Ma Mignon that had been cooked to death - and then cooked again just to be on the safe side........I wasn't sure whether to eat it or use it to re-sole my shoes. Every dish was just plain bad.
We were asked by our waiter, the captain and the Maitre'd "how was the food" - each time we said "terrible" - and each time they just gave us an inane smile and walked away - surreal.
As the bill appeared the captain whispered to me "we've taken the scallops off for you" - oh really - well thats so kind that you didn't want to charge me for bad scallops. $550 for 2, for a bland and badly cooked meal - that could have caused harm. I have honestly had better meals at PF Changs and even run-of-the-mill Chinese takeaways. Truly terrible value for money.
The outdoor seating in the private cabana was pure perfection. The level of service was refined and impressive. The gentleman waiters, we had approximately 5, each specialized in a task and were each fit to serve royalty. Magnanimous is the Word to describe our dining experience at Mr Chow, Miami. Thank you for hiring such personalities. We're looking forward to our next visit.
To Your Success
Charles and Mandy Reissman
For the price the food should be better, we choose one of their "specialty" appetizer, I don't remember the name and it didn't taste like anything (the one that comes on a stick).
The noodles were by far the most interesting course of the night.
We went to Komodo and spent about the same for two and the food was a lot better.
Had a great dinner with the family in one of the outdoor cabanas. From appetizers to dessert, we really enjoyed our meals. Our only issue was how salty the lamb shank (with bone) was. The taste was great, but couldn't finish it off because it was much too salty. The music streaming on the patio was awesome. We all enjoyed eating and singing along. The music actually kept us there longer than expected because it enhanced the experience. I must say, we were glad to be outside because you could hardly hear yourself talk it was so loud!
Too crowded. Portions ridiculously small for the price especially. And very slow service other than to fill water glades. We were 3 people surrounded by large tables.
One chicken satay piece for $21? And the waiter didn't tell us when we underordered. We aren't big eaters and like to share. When we tried to add he said it would take a long time. In all we were there for 3 hours and didn't eat much. And the white rice is priced by the person so $17 for two of us but at least was the only filling thing. Compared to Philipe in NYC where we to all the time Philipe is much better and equally expensive but at least a meal.
The food was under-spiced and overpriced. Bar service was good, but the server at our table was condescending and did not go out of his way to be even the slightest bit helpful. They really try to push the more expensive items to such a degree that we felt they were shaking us down. Would never go there again or recommend to anyone!
Party of six, including four adults and two teens. First the positive: impressive, sophisticated, and excellent service, in a beautiful setting in the billowy cabanas on the sidewalk. Some dishes were very good, others just OK. Lychee martini is excellent and surprisingly not too sweet. However, I'm not quite sure how they calculated the bill; we ordered four entrées and four appetizers with some help from the waiter on the overwhelming menu, and the waiter mentioned something about whether this would be for four or six as we had the two teens. We said six. Maybe we should've said four and gone with slightly smaller shareable dishes because the bill was incredibly expensive, and we are no strangers to upscale restaurants. We also shared some desserts, and honestly not sure how much they were. So while it was a very cool experience--the teens loved it (they weren't paying ;-) -- definite sticker shock at the end.
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