The steak @ Mandarin is very good and sometimes I have to wait 5 minutes (at least) to get any. (it's cooked on site right there!! You even get to watch them cooking it.) strips or not, it's the same steak and not beef strips. Always served next to the chicken and sausage.toronto19850 wrote: ↑Aug 11th, 2017 11:31 amwell clearly it worked haha
it was different than the one at kaka sushi, although I went to kaka when it first came out. Those are the only 2 iPad AYCE sushi places I've been to
Oh you're talking about the beef strips in the grilled meats. Don't they cook actual steaks at dinner on the grill and give them to you as is (not cut up). I haven't been in a long time, so it very well could have changed. Those beef strips aren't really steak and usually have been sitting out for a while, texture is similar to rubber. The grilled chicken strips are pretty good though
The roast beef (cut and served by a person) at dragon legend is by their grilled meats and my grandpa never notices it. Bummer, I've never gone with him but he always tells me he never saw it. (its by the mashed potatoes, grilled squid, gravy area in dragon legend)
Steak is served the same way at both lunch and dinner.
Mandarin doesn't always have roast beef though. I've noticed their lunch to replace the roast beef with corned beef...how good that is is all a matter of opinion. I hate the idea but someone else might love it.
As for the sushi there, I've noticed that on week-ends some locations put their sashimi out in the open while other locations make you ask for it.
Not all Mandarin locations are doing things the same, and management/owners of some locations are refusing to renovate.
Head office wants all locations to look like the Woodbine location but renovations are not happening at various locations, some are even looking run down...such a shame.
Same food price, but run down restaurant. Crazy!