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Restaurant hosts celebrations of all sizes

A La Carte

September 23, 2018

Story By: Elima Pangorang |

Diced Winter Melon Soup ($13.95)

If you’re looking for a spot that will comfortably accommodate your family, a group of friends or the entire office, take the gang to The Mandalay for scrumptious Chinese eats.

The Chinatown restaurant has everything one might need to host a small business lunch or a large party. Its elegant and spacious venue is a fantastic location to hold banquets, graduations, weddings and other special festivities. The space has two floors and a stage for extra celebration, and the restaurant’s hours can be extended so guests can sing, dance or just relax the night away.

Peking Duck ($38 whole duck) L. TABUDLO PHOTOS

The Mandalay also has all of your Chinese fare desires that can be ordered for take-out or dine-in.

Peking Duck ($38 whole duck) is sure to please, as the tender meat goes perfectly with the accompanying cloud-soft bao buns.

Special Lettuce Wrap ($19.95)

Special Lettuce Wrap ($19.95) is another satisfying item that comes with steamy ground chicken or pork mixed with vegetables and seasonings in refreshing lettuce blankets, providing a crunchy yet easy bite.

Plus, with winter on the way and the cold season inching its way toward us, Diced Winter Melon Soup ($13.95) is a great way to warm up the body, especially if one is feeling a bit under the weather.

On top of that, winter melon contains a handful of health benefits. The melon can help promote vision health due to its vitamin B2 servings, improve cognitive function and protect the heart, thanks to its high levels of potassium and vitamin C — great for the immune system.

Check out these selections at The Mandalay, among other dishes that will fill up an array of cravings.

Parking can be found in the garage next door for just 75 cents every half hour for the first two hours.

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