September 16, 2021

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O’mei’s menu dishes fresh new flavor

Leaving an additional restaurant at Tamiami Sq. in North Naples, I observed the nearby O’mei and my stomach sank.

I hadn’t frequented this upscale Chinese cafe since it returned to this plaza off U.S. 41 previously this year. Then my tummy growled when I remembered how delicious O’mei can be.

Executive chef Mark Cheng and his wife, Mary, first opened O’mei Chinese Delicacies in this incredibly spot 11 many years ago. They packed up and moved to a Naples Boulevard spot in 2014 in advance of returning to their primary property in April. 

“We have some constant customers that have come given that we had been in this place,” Mary Cheng reported in an April job interview. “People beloved this location, and we did much too.” 

O'mei's pan-fried egg noodles come with chicken, shrimp and scallops.

I wished to learn more about that like, and hence this critique discovered me tucked into the corner of an O’mei booth in a dining area that seats about 150 but, on this day, only contained the 3 people in my celebration and the occasional buyer bobbing in and out for takeout. 

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