Mings Thing has posted this to their Instagram as of an hour ago:
We are fighting the bug going around town right now, we would love to open for lunch today but will not be able to for our customers sake. We will keep you updated and hopefully see you @pearlfarmersmarket this weekend. Hope everyone is keeping well out there. #fluseason #fluseasonsucks #sanantonio #texas #satx #210
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I don't say that lightly. I still have very fond memories of noshing on noodles, Sloppy Joes and house-made sausages and sauces during early mornings at the Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market. Now available for breakfast at the Pearl Farmers Market and for brunch at their commercial kitchen (5249 McCullough Ave., 210-570-6318), Ming's Thing will start serving lunch Wednesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Due to evenings getting colder and it being a patio-only operation, Ming's is forgoing dinner service, which they launched in late October.
Expect to find fried rice, noodles (vegetarian, but available with protein add-ons) and specials, such as northern Chinese style beef stew served with rice, and price points should stay around $7 to $10.