Dive into the authentic and exquisite flavours of Asia’s most mouth-watering dishes.
There’s a new chef in town at The Ming Asian Cuisine Restaurant, located inside the iconic Panthers Penrith, who has over 55 years of experience.
Born in Hong Kong, Head Chef Chung Keelouie first started working in a kitchen at just 13-years-old. Now, the 68-year-old is a master of flavour, having owned and appeared in some of the state’s most popular Chinese restaurants.
Cooking with only the freshest local produce and making his own sauces from scratch, you can truly taste his passion and flare in every dish. With new exciting and delicious items on the menu, guests can expect a whole new experience of flavour and spices from a range of Asian influences.
Their new salt and pepper king prawns and succulent soy infused Panthers chicken are both Hong Kong inspired, providing guests with the ultimate dining experience that brings international flavours right into the heart of Penrith.
So whether it’s fresh-from-the-tank seafood, traditional gourmet delicacies or even some of the more western classics, The Ming has something for everyone to enjoy.
Situated on the third floor of the club with a private bar, The Ming seats up to 280 guests boasting ancient Chinese inspired decor with picturesque views of the Blue Mountains. Catering for both intimate or group bookings, The Ming also offers a spacious, private function room that seats up to 45 guests, perfect for your next birthday or corporate event.
The friendly staff pride themselves on outstanding service, presentation and quality food so guests can sit back, relax and enjoy the calming ambience. The Ming is open seven days. To book, call 4720 5502.
A graduate of Western Sydney University, Nicola Barton is a news journalist with the Western Weekender, primarily covering crime and politics.