Mandarin Chinese restaurant 311.
(photo credit: ITRAVELJERUSALEM TEAM)
In Jerusalem, a city where most “Chinese” restaurants serve sushi and Pad Thai alongside their Szechuan beef, it’s comforting to know that there’s always Mandarin on Shlomzion Street.
An old-timer in the Jerusalem restaurant
scene and one of the first establishments in town to serve dishes containing non-kosher meat, Mandarin
features an all-Chinese menu with cuisines from the various regions of China.
Besides shrimp and pork, Mandarin
serves a variety of veal, beef, duck and fish delicacies, as well as an
assortment of noodle dishes, soups and desserts -- all for very
reasonable prices -- and is as close as you can get to an authentic
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