Ming Seafood Restaurant Alive Again

Ming Dynasty
By N. Mark Castro


TungLok Group opened its doors on Ming Seafood in 1995, offering its signature Chinese cuisine, fresh seafood that you can see in its large aquariums, and exquisite dim sum at Setiabudi building in Kuningan.

It was there where I first discovered it and, after 17 years of operations, Ming Seafood is relocated right across my apartment in Epiwalk, Rasuna Epicentrum.

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Occupying a large section of the 3rd floor of Epicentrum, Ming caters to all sorts of dining occasions: from business dinners and corporate functions, to family gatherings, personal dining and a casual drinking session. The restaurant is divided into 3 sections: main dining, function rooms, and the patio, capturing a nice sunset view and the village traffic.

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Though the price of the food offered is comparatively reasonable, the only question is how much will this ambience cost you.

Thankfully, our friends had a $100 free tab at the restaurant and we all had a big burp.

Address :
Epiwalk Rasuna Epicentrum
2nd Floor Unit #318-330
JL HR Rasuna Said
Jakarta Selatan 12940

Tel : (62-21) 2991 2323
Fax : (62-21) 2991 2338


About Asmartrock

N. Mark Castro is the Southeast Asia Director of JUMP DIGITAL Asia, which is an internationally-awarded and fully integrated digital marketing agency with 5 out of 10 offices in the ASEAN region. He is also the Secretary General of the Philippine Business Club Indonesia, managing and assisting the traffic of investments between the Philippines and Indonesia. He shuttles between Indonesia, Philippines, Myanmar, Singapore, Cambodia, and Australia. The views posted here are his own and do not in any way reflect the views of the companies he represents.

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