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Mandarin Court
Chinese Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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61 Mott St New York, NY 10013
61 Mott StUSNYNew York10013
(212) 608-3838
$$Chinese Restaurant, Asian RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Lively longtime joint rolling out carts & carts of familiar & unusual dim sum in a basic setting.- Google
People talk about dim sum, pork chop, seafood pan fried noodles, steamed roast pork buns and jumbo shrimp pan fried noodles
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Linh Huynh
reviewed 3 weeks ago
UNBELIEVABLE GREED!!!!(Demanding a tip). We, a party of two decided to eat at this restaurant for dinner. Once our food was served, the waiters focused all their attention to the table of 10 people. Never once did the waiters came to our table to ask us how we were doing. The food was mediocre at best and overpriced. Upon finishing our dinner, we waited for ANY waiter to come over to request our bill. After being neglected, we decided to come up to the front register and pay leaving behind a tip just to be courteous. At the front register, we paid and the owner gave us back the change. I proceeded to pick up all the change and the owner at the register had the audacity to tell me I needed to leave a tip on the tray. I was totally shocked because of all my 25 years of eating out, I never had anyone demanding I had to leave a tip regardless of service! I informed her I left the tip on the table already and she sent the waiter back to verify as we were leaving. UNBELIEVABLE GREED!
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Tallez Vous
reviewed a year ago
Mandarin Court offers dim sum and cooked dishes from their subterranean kitchen. The food here is consistently good. Come here during the week days for their lunch specials where they offer entrees in good-sized lunch portions along with bowls of rice. Definitely try their Peking Pork Chops. If you're a fan of bitter melon... go for the beef and bitter melon with black bean sauce. The only down side is that their carpeting is in desperate need of replacement.
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Patrick Inverso
reviewed a year ago
Consistantly great dim sum with all the classic dishes you want along with a few unexpected additions.
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Cheryl Hung
reviewed 6 months ago
Good vegetables (dou miu) but the seafood soup noodles were very bland. Also it was a very unfriendly environment - surly waiters and no music.
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Jason Lee
reviewed 2 years ago
Had lunch with my mom and her friend here and like any Chinese restaurant, they serve delicious, and affordable food. We ordered lobster lo mein and the dish was amazing; you can taste and see chunks of lobster meat all over. We are not talking about imitation crabmeat, but real lobster meat! Other dishes that we ordered were fried tofu with tiny shrimp ball in the center (dipped in light soy), and Chinese broccoli. Each dish was cooked to perfection, but the only problem I had was that some of the dishes were a bit oily, for instance, the lobster lo mein. It was still good and tasty, regardless. Service was fast and the place had plenty of seating available. When we got there, there were plenty of tourists, so a sign that it’s a good place to eat. They give a lot for what you pay for, which is something I like! Next time you’re in town, Chinatown, that is, give Mandarin Court a try; there is always something tasty for everyone’s taste buds.
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Liked: Food, Service, Atmosphere, Value, Dim sum, Decor, Selection
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Robyn Stein
reviewed 6 years ago
the best dim sum in chinatown.