Mi Linh

Mi Linh, a gem of a restaurant in Rock Hill, treats its patrons to some of the city’s best Vietnamese food. The menu proudly boasts that some of the items are generations-old family recipes. The soups are the highlights of the menu, with the five herbs duck serving as a particular standout. However, it’s the butter garlic chicken wings that will leave a lasting impression. These meaty wings are bursting off the bone with garlic pungency, and the breading has a delicate crispy texture. Green and white onions cooked in the pan drippings of the chicken are infused with the garlic, spices and pepper and serve as a bed for the wings. This is one of the best dishes in town and alone merit a visit. Have fun with a creative cocktail list that includes concoctions made with house infused vodkas. The lychee infused one is particularly tasty.

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