Free Mandarin, anyone? The popular all-you-can-eat Chinese-Canadian restaurant is thanking Ontario residents by offering a buffet on Canada Day honoured on a first-come first-served basis. Here’s what you need to know about this one-day deal.

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According to Mandarin, “This year, Canada Day celebrations will hit a new delicious level because Mandarin Restaurants is commemorating its 45th anniversary in Canada by offering everyone a FREE buffet meal at any of its restaurants across Ontario on July 1.”

This is a first-come first-serve deal running between noon – 8:00 PM and it’s sure to get busy so try to get there early!

No dine-in reservations will be taken on July 1st so if you want to attend on Canada Day you’ll have to wait your turn for the free buffet.

Customers will also receive complimentary soft drinks, tea, and coffee as well.

The buffet will feature the Mandarin classics – over 100 different dishes! Expect the Chinese-Canadian dishes you know and love plus a soup and salad bar, prime rib counter, sushi corner, desserts counter, and ice cream sundae and frozen yogurt bar.

“When our family started Mandarin more than four decades ago, we built our business on providing delicious meals for everyone in a welcoming space, for guests to create special moments in our restaurants,” says James Chiu, President and Co-Founder of Mandarin Restaurants.

“All these years later, we are honoured to see new generations of families make special Mandarin moments and we want to thank everyone for contributing to its success with our free buffet event this Canada Day.”

Show up hungry and get ready to indulge in the free Mandarin buffet, Ontario!

Free Mandarin Buffet

When: July 1st, 2024 from noon – 8:00 PM
Where: Mandarin locations in Ontario