The family-owned MING'S BAR B Q is small and sparse, but the offerings overshadow any design follies. The window facing the parking lot houses a mouth-watering array of hanging Peking ducks glistening with glaze, pale yellow soy sauce chicken, and more. Any of the noodle dishes that showcase these meats — such as the Singapore noodles or the stir-fried pork chow mein — are a lovely lunch when eaten alongside whatever special vegetable Ming's has on hand. Don't miss the pitch-perfect dry-fried beef chow fun, a wide rice noodle stir-fired with large pieces of tender beef and just the right amount of oil to make it a guilty indulgence. 5150 Buford Highway, Doraville, 770-451-6985; 2131 Pleasant Hill Road, 770-623-9996.
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