366 Verified Diner Reviews

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dined on Sun, 12 May 2019

Food was nice and the management even called me to refund the over charges fees on the bill

dined on Fri, 10 May 2019

Great food and good service. Have returned many times and never disappoints.
Katie Mitchell

dined on Sat, 14 Sep 2019

We’ve been to this restaurant multiple times and haven’t had a bad experience until this one. Upon entering we were yelled at for changing our booking earlier in the day from 7 to 6 people. We were also told we had to be out by 7.45 sharp, very aggressively. That would have been fine except no one took our orders for 40 mins - including drinks. The drinks orders also kept getting mixed up or forgotten. One of the main meals didn’t arrive till ten mins before we had to leave - which resulted in my friend having to eat quickly whilst we were having our table cleaned up. I understand there are sittings but we need to be attended to accordingly. Out side of that our food as always was delicious - especially the dumplings.

dined on Sat, 10 Aug 2019

Nice but not so amazing to justify $110 per head. Dumplings were full of flavour and a great start to the meal. Everything else on the banquet was ho-hum after that. Nothing that you couldn’t have ordered at any suburban Chinese restaurant at a quarter of the price.

dined on Thu, 8 Aug 2019

Love the chilli oil dumplings and special fried rice

dined on Wed, 31 Jul 2019

Restaurant looks great although the vinyl chairs are well worn. Staff are not really friendly but service was fast. Main meals are expensive and not real value for money. I would say that the dumplings are good and worth visiting for. When we arrived there was a dark hair on the plate and one of the chopsticks was dirty. When we asked for cutlery we noticed that one of the forks had crusty food remanence on it. It was a special occasion so overall the restaurant was disappointing for the money we paid.

dined on Wed, 31 Jul 2019

Service was incredibly slow. We had to ask for water on 3 occasions even though coke came out in 5 minutes. I think they also forgot our fried rice and noodles as we had to ask for them and they came at the end when we pretty much finished lunch. Very disappointing. Their service isn’t usually that bad but it was terrible this occasion.
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About Man Tong Kitchen

Peking Duck Paradise It’s like walking into a palace when you enter Man Tong Kitchen in the Crown Casino complex. The rich red and gold colours, marble pillars, giant wooden lanterns and empty birdcages certainly make a grand impression. But when it comes to the food, it’s entirely approachable and familiar, making Man Tong just right for a big — and hungry — group of diners. That’s what Man Tong is all about, really — a full house of family and friends eating together, whether for a special occasion or just because. Man Tong gives you an excuse for a gathering with its authentic Chinese cuisine, which highlights different regions and cities of China. Start with some dim sum and dumplings. You can choose steamed, pan fried or deep fried. The appetisers don’t stop there. Go for the lobster or Chinese sausage before moving on to one of many soups, including a crabmeat sweet corn soup. If you’ve brought a group, order the Peking duck; it’s a signature dish not to be missed. Whatever your tastes, you’ll find plenty of options on the expansive menu at Man Tong. All the more reason to grab a group of friends and try a bit of it all. Best dish: Peking duck

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