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Mandarin Deli Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant$$
Today 11AM–10PM
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9305 Reseda Blvd Northridge, CA 91324
9305 Reseda BoulevardUSCalifornia91324
(818) 993-0122
$$Chinese Restaurant, Asian RestaurantToday 11AM–10PM
Saturday 11AM–10PMSunday 11AM–9:30PMMonday 11AM–9:30PMTuesday 11AM–9:30PMWednesday 11AM–9:30PMThursday 11AM–9:30PMFriday 11AM–10PM
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Hearty Chinese fare & handmade noodles served family-style in an old-school coffee-shop setting.- Google
"I recommend the scallion pancakes and veggie dumplings."
"The main thing here is to eat is potstickers and beef stew noodle soup."
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Rueben Martin
10 months ago
came here on a rainy day to make sure i took full advantage of the weather. Ordered their beef stew and it was very good. the portion was just right for the price we paid. the soup wasn't toooo oily and the portion balance between beef and noodle was great. Wouldnt mind coming back to try other food.
victor torres
a month ago
This place makes me sick they do not pay the people minimum wage Juan the owner make he's people work 10 hours a day for $60.00 a day. So you people out there if you guys want to support this place keep coming to eat on this location that means that you guys are just like the owner Juan. ...
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Dona Cheung Hsieh
2 years ago
Friendly service, authentic scallion pancake is a must have! My daughter loves their boiled dumpling made with homemade dough and super juicy stuffing that's cooked to perfection, best to consume when the steam is still rising from your plate!! Chicken fried rice is yummy without being greasy. Beef noodle soup is too salty but you can always ask the kitchen to put less salt ;) Side dishes like bean curd and seaweed are delicious! There's a reason why this restaurant is a staple in Northridge's Chinese food scene.
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Victoria Khaze
3 years ago
Love this place. A Japanese friend of mine brought me there once and i fell in love with it. The foods good and way more filling than places like Panda express. Most of their portions are pretty big so i usually have left overs. They're very attentive and prices arn't bad either. two people can eat for about $30 depending on how much/little you get and what you get. I've also never seen them get so crowded like some big chains get. so there is usually no wait to be seated.
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Jinge Su
6 months ago
Amazing beef noodle soup. Well worth the drive. The old couple running the place were extremely cute and nice.
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Arthur Wong
a year ago
This is an okay restaurant for some mandarin cuisine. I know some other great places with really good prices. But if you don't want to drive an extra 15 minutes, so be it. This place is an okay place for some potstickers and noodles. The main thing here is to eat is potstickers and beef stew noodle soup. Both which makes this place famous for. Other things that are served here are not that popular. This place hardly ever gets busy. Yet, I have been coming here since I was a kid. At the time, this place was the only place selling dumplings and noodles with beef stew in soup. Towards the late 90s, this place has grown, so has the furniture, the bathrooms, the has grown very dull. The music that seldomly plays does put a nice touch when it DOES play. But other than that, it's really dead here. Same owner, same waitresses from when I was a child. The prices may have risen, but the food quality is not that great anymore. It's still a treat for those who live around the area and who don't have modes of transportation. You should come here. Like I said.. dumplings are a good treat. Just I have grown away from this place.
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Malibu West
2 years ago
Ordered $46.00 on take out. It was too far and too late to take it all back. It was left over 'lunch' food; the chicken was dry and tough, the fried rice was clumped and the pot stickers were soggy. None of the food was fresh. We called and explained what we found and they just said goodbye. Okay, goodbye . . . We'll go to the Chinese diner directly across the street
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Kumar Corcoran
6 years ago
Great service, great food. The staff are friendly and prompt, with a pot of hot tea delivered almost as soon as you sit down, refilled before you can empty it. The staff seem genuinely happy and friendly. When you eat the food, you understand why- who wouldn't be happy to serve such wonderful food? The food is absolutely delicious. The portions are generous and reasonably priced. The sign outside says "best dumplings and noodles in LA" and it just might be right. The dumplings are fresh, and I suspect they're hand-made in the restaurant- they've got that irregular look you don't find in the store-bought variety. Eating at Mandarin Deli reminds me of when I was a child, 20+ years ago, and my Gung-Gung and Po-Po would take us out to eat at these wonderful Chinese restaurants in Hawaii and San Francisco. The atmosphere is calming, the food is fare worth getting emotional over, and the service is top-notch.
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