(Traditional Chinese Canadian dishes – made with bean sprouts, not noodles. Includes Dry Noodles – 250 Cals)
2 Egg Rolls, Sweet & Sour Chicken Balls, Chicken Chow Mein (not noodles), Chicken Fried Rice
3 Egg Rolls, Sweet & Sour Chicken Balls, Chicken Chow Mein (not noodles), Beef with Almonds & Diced Vegetables, Chicken Fried Rice
4 Egg Rolls, Honey Garlic Spareribs, Sweet & Sour Chicken Balls, Chicken Chow Mein (not noodles), Beef with Almonds & Diced Vegetables, Chicken Fried Rice
5 Egg Rolls, Golden Fried Chicken Wings, Lemon Chicken, Cantonese Chow Mein, Beef with Broccoli, Peking Style Pork, Double Vegetable Fried Rice
6 Egg Rolls, Black Pepper Steak, Sweet & Sour Chicken Balls, Chicken Chow Mein (not noodles), Baby Shrimp with Almonds & Diced Vegetables, Cantonese Chow Mein, Peking Style Pork, Double Vegetable Fried Rice
Vegetable Spring Rolls (8 pcs), Sweet & Sour Chicken Balls, Chicken Chow Mein (not noodles), Peking Style Pork, Beef with Mushrooms, Double Vegetable Fried Rice, Frozen Whole Apple Pie, Mandarin 1000 Piece Puzzle
Egg Roll, Sweet & Sour Pork, Chicken Chow Mein (not noodles), Chicken Fried Rice
Egg Roll, Sweet & Sour Chicken Balls, Beef with Almonds & Diced Vegetables, Chicken Fried Rice
2 Vegetable Spring Rolls, Breaded Torpedo Shrimp, Baby Shrimp with Almonds & Diced Vegetables, Shrimp Fried Rice
2 Vegetable Spring Rolls, Wok-Fried Mixed Vegetables, Plain Soft Noodles, Vegetable Fried Rice
Coca-Cola – 200 Cals, Diet Coke – 0 Cals, Sprite – 200 Cals, Canada Dry Ginger Ale – 190 Cals
Blend of Cabernet, Merlot and Baco Noir with flavours of red fruit.
Unoaked with flavours of stone fruit, melon and apple.
Blackberries, red cherries, spice and earthiness.
Ripe apple and lemon with a hint of oak.
March 1 – May 1: Plum, blackberry and spice aromas with rich fruit flavours.
March 1 – May 1: Aromas and flavours of pear and apple with crisp acidity.
Disclaimer: Alcohol cannot be sold to anyone under 19 years of age. Proof of ID is required.
|Standard Alcoholic Beverages||Standard Serving Size||Approximate Average Calories per Standard Serving Size|
|Red Wine (12%)||1 glass (142 mL/5oz)||130|
|White Wine (12%)||1 glass (142 mL/5oz)||120|
|Regular Beer (5%)||1 bottle (341 mL)||150|
|Light Beer (4%)||1 bottle (341 mL)||100|
|Spirits (40%)||1 shot (43 mL/1.5 oz)||100|
Note: Actual calories of alcoholic beverages may vary; the addition of mixes will increase the calories of these beverages. Standard serving sizes are based on one drink as outlined in Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines.
Adults and youth (ages 13 and older) need an average of 2,000 calories a day, and children (ages 4 to 12) need an average of 1,500 calories a day. However, individual needs vary.
(No substitutions please)
1300 Cals – 1360 Cals per serving, serves 20
1850 Cals per serving, serves 20
2120 Cals per serving, serves 20
Adults and youth (ages 13 and older) need an average of 2,000 calories a day, and children (ages 4 to 12) need an average of 1,500 calories a day. However individual needs may vary.
Please let us know your preferences in advance. We’re glad to alter the degree of spice or ingredients for you.
Calories for condiments and sauces not previously listed on the menu should be added to the calorie count provided: Soy Sauce – 5 Cals, Chili Sauce – 10 Cals, Plum Sauce – 15 Cals, and Mustard – 10 Cals. Included upon request only.
Mandarin Restaurants is not an allergy-free environment. If you have any food allergies and/or concerns, please speak with the manager.
Prices do not include tax and delivery fees. Prices and menus subject to change without notice.
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To fulfill this, we aim to adhere as strictly as possible to the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1) at the AA level. These guidelines explain how to make web content accessible to people with a wide array of disabilities. Complying with those guidelines helps us ensure that the website is accessible to all people: blind people, people with motor impairments, visual impairment, cognitive disabilities, and more.
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