I have patronized this establishment for about two decades....I agree with retardid - the quality of the food has decreased. It used to be delicious and a real treat to eat there. It was an older couple that used to own it, I am guessing the kids took over...man I wish they had snatched the recipes and continued to uphold the name. There is a waitress in there that urks me to no avail...she is so rude. I called to place a pick-up order and after talking to two people they concluded that they were closed for a wedding --- why even answer the phone or still do pick-up orders? The serving sizes are continually decreasing...I am dissatisfied with what Mandarin House has become, I tried to continue to patronize them, but I will not be returning.
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