Mandarin is one of those restaurants that stay the same through time. I came back here after months and found everything to be the same. Now, while sometimes that is good, but there were some things, like their service, that I wish would have changed through the years.
But what keeps this restaurant bustling is their food. It is authentically GOOD. Probably the best in Saskatoon if you ask me. Because if it were for its ambience decor and service, this place would not be as popular. The restaurant does not seem to bother doing renovations or anything of the sort, it seems to run on its old customers? Because the outside exterior is not very inviting. Inside it is messy, and the way you are treated and served here by the waitresses leaves you dissatisfied. Yet it always gets busy, and let me tell you the restaurant is not small by any chance. Lots of people come in large groups of families so plan ahead - I had a problem getting a table and we were only three.
Likes: food - dim sum, gai lan, pekin pork chop
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