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Mandarin Restaurant


2200 Yonge St
Toronto, ON M4S 2C6

(416) 486-2222
mandarinbuffet.com

Rating: out of 5 stars (44 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: Sun-Thu 12pm-9:30pm; Fri-Sat 12pm-10:30pm
Status: Closed
Payment Methods: Cash

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Award-winning, all-you-can-eat Chinese-Canadian buffet, offering over 150 items including soups, salads, sushi, grilled items, hot entrées, and desserts! Call us for special holiday hours.
by toronto on November 04, 2013 from toronto

Reviews

Good Food for the Value: This is one of the best buffet place in the GTA I have visited so far. Large multiple of choice and good service for the price.
Rated 4 stars by Zach99 on February 06, 2012
Horri-Awful: The worst buffet restaraunt ever. All the food was stale or too salty, the service was absolutely terrible, and there was a very distinct smell of moth balls throughout the establishment.
Rated 1 stars by Slash003 on November 30, 2010
Bad service, horrible experience: Took the family to the Mandarin All you can eat buffet at Yonge and Eglinton today. First of all, the wait staff never did ask us if we wanted drinks. About 30 minutes into the meal we had to flag somebody down to order a tea!<br/><br/>At the 45 minute mark, I'm coming back to the table from the buffet line and see that the bill is sitting on our table. We didn't think much of it, and continued eating, because afterall, this was an all you can eat buffet. It gets better...<br/><br/>At the 60 minute mark the waitress comes to our table to tell us that it is time for us to leave, as they have a one hour limit. I'm on my way back to the table with a plate of dessert and immediately asked to speak with a manager, as I was not even allowed to sit down and eat the dessert that I had just brought back to the table. I speak with the manager, and he backs up the waitress -- it was time for us to go.<br/><br/>First of all, how can any eating establishment advertise 'All you can eat' when they give customers the boot before they are even finished eating?<br/><br/>Secondly, these people would prefer to see the food go to waste (the dessert I had just brought back to the table) than to let a customer sit down for 5 minutes and eat it.<br/><br/>The buffet for an adult was about $17, and $8 or 9 for a child. For these prices you could easily find a better place with better quality of food and better service, not to mention one that will adhere to their advertising, and let you eat `All you can eat`.
Rated 1 stars by tor_pb on September 26, 2010

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