Here's how Mandarin plans to reopen its dine-in option in the GTA

Aug 14 2020, 6:15 pm

Mandarin, known for its buffets, will be launching a new dine-in concept this weekend to welcome back customers.

According to a statement, on August 17, the buffet-style restaurant will introduce Mandarin Small Eats starting at their Brampton location, in the area of Highway 410 and south of Steeles Avenue, in accordance with Ontario health guidelines.

The concept will offer 70 prepared, small plates of Mandarin’s well-known cuisine which they state is perfect for sampling and sharing.

“We ensure that your Mandarin experience will be enjoyable as well as safe and comfortable for you and your family. We continue to work with guidelines from the Ontario government and local public health authorities,” said Mandarin Restaurants President, James Chiu.

“As we reopen our dine-in service, our restaurants will continue to provide take out and delivery prepared fresh to order,” said Chiu.

Prices will range from $1.99 to $4.99 and will be served right to your table.

As the restaurant prepares to welcome guests back, they will also install additional hand sanitizers, provide single-use menus, and increase sanitation, according to the statement.

Mandarin will soon introduce the concept at other restaurant locations.


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Mandarin Small Eats

Address: 238 Biscayne Crescent, Brampton

Prices: $1.99 to $4.99

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