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Mandarin Tea Garden


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Mandarin Tea Garden is located at Matina Center, Point Plaza Matina Crossing, Davao City, Mindanao Philippines. This is a Chinese Food restaurant near the Davao City.The average price range at Mandarin Tea Garden is around $$,and the opening hours are 8:00 - 18:00.Mandarin Tea Garden is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the Davao City area. There are different kinds of food in Mandarin Tea Garden that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact .

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  • Çisem Soylu


    This is among the frequently visited places especially in SM by us whenever we come in Davao city. You can find so many customers, a sign that people just like the place. Company is brisk and folks come and move. The food is merely right,and the purchase price is inexpensive. Attempt the toppings, there are several choices, serving is quick and good.

  • Bintang


    Seeing the title of this place We assumed it had been a Chinese restaraunt. I'm from the united states and love Chinese foods. I purchased Chinese fried rice with meats. I must say it was among the most severe tasting fried rice I ever endured.I tried to consume it but couldn't. The very best part of the dinner had been the soda. I wasted my money on meals I couldn't consume and finished up leaving and visited KFC.

  • Vania Putri Permadi


    if you are into dimsums, Mandarin Tea Garden is among the recommended resto to dine at.. good food, sensible prices. Just dissatisfied as a number of the branches dont offer exact same menu, wish they cant function something on that.. Since it doesnt seem sensible if youare undertaking the title of the cafe and you also cant even provide products that you can have. Excited for that..

  • Jenna Pao


    If you have nowhere to visit and you're starving eat at mandarin. They assist decent chinese meals. My go-to items are usually quail egg siomai and wanton noodle soup.

  • Tito Purwono


    I really like the foods here specifically the dimsums, soup and the like. It always among my favourite foods chain whenever Im in the Philippines.

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