Best Chinese restaurants nearby. Discover the best Chinese food in Mansfield. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Chinese restaurants near you.. Mansfield is a town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. As of the United States 2010 Census, the town population is 23,184. Mansfield is in the south-southwest suburbs of Boston and is also close to Providence, Rhode Island. The village of Mansfield Center is located in the town. The town is twinned with Mansfield in Nottinghamshire, England.
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4 based on 31 reviews
Tsangs offers typical Chinese fare in copious amounts from a friendly and attentive staff. The restaurant is almost always very quiet with just a few patrons, very surprising considering the quality of the food. They have excellent take-out as well. I recommend the orange chicken with pork fried rice.
4 based on 72 reviews
Can't get a good meal if you have a seafood allergy. I ended up with steamed vegetables and chicken with rice. Not very exciting or tasteful.
4 based on 93 reviews
House of Fortune is my favorite Asian place. I eat there or get take out several times a year. The food is fresh and prepared perfectly. They have great sushi! The atmosphere is casual but very nice. The service is prompt. The presentation of food on the plate is lovely. Highly recommended! Long wait on holidays....so go early!
4 based on 28 reviews
Placed an online New Year's Eve order at 5:30. Called the restaurant immediately after to ascertain the wait and was told 30 minutes. Showed up around 6 PM and queued up in line. There was no line per se, people just waited to hear their name called. After standing and waiting for about 35 minutes, I gave them my name and phone # at approximately at 6:35 to no avail. Flash forward to 6:55, at THAT point 90 minutes after placing my order and 45-50 minutes waiting to hear my name called, I was told that the online system processed my payment, but the order was not transmitted to the restaurant by the 3rd party company who processes online orders. They said if I wanted to keep the order, it would take 45 minutes. I said yea as I still had to go up the street to Albertos Restaurant for some takeout. I returned to Great Woods Mandarin and waited outside for a bit before going back in. By this time it had been 45 minutes since I found out they botched my order and told me to come back in 45 minutes. I waited...and waited....and waited. I inquired with two people and gave them a summary how badly the restaurant screwed my order up. Each time they took my name and last 4 of my phone # and disappeared back into the kitchen. Each time they emerged with other peoples orders and did not update me on mine. After 75 minutes from the 45 minute promise and 2 1/2 hours from when I first ordered, I inquired again. The girl started to say she would go look, I emphatically conveyed that would do me no good and politely requested an honest answer. She said she could not give me a precise answer because none of the cooks speak english so she could only go and look again. That was it for me, I politely said I want the card charge credited and they said they would have to notify the 3rd party processor to secure my credit? WHAT? Seriously? Wait 150 minutes for food that was never made AND cross my fingers and hope I get credited by the payment processor!?!?! I simply canceled the order, reminded them that it had been 2 1/2 hours since I ordered including a promise to rectify the whole mess in 45 minutes 75 minutes ago. I also expressed how ridiculous it was that a $40 order from 150 minutes ago couldn't be taken care of, but orders in the $150 to $200 neighborhood were being fulfilled for people who likely placed their orders 60 to 90 minutes AFTER I placed mine.Yep, my order was $40, you'd think they could have scooped 95% of it from their buffet and sent me on my way. Seriously, it was if these people were completely unprepared for New Year's Eve. It felt like it was the eve of Y2K and they had no idea what was going to happen.I called Imperial Dragon in Plainville, a tiny place that handles 20 times the takeout volume of Great Woods Mandarin, and they gave me a 15 minute wait time. My order was bagged and ready the moment I got there.Never again will I waste my time with this place, I suggest anyone else do the same.
3 based on 9 reviews
I've been a "regular" for over a decade. I find Tahana's food to be consistantly good for the type of restaurant it is - a standard American Chinese restaurant. Not fancy, not "high end", nor do they pretend to be.Tahana Steak - awesome cut of meat!!
4 based on 25 reviews
We fancied a chinese so selected this place as it was close to our hotel. It wasn't overly busy which meant we got seated very quickly.Drinks and food came quite quickly . The standard of food was poor. It tasted like it had been previously cooked.
4 based on 42 reviews
Over many years we've enjoyed food from Quan's, whether delivered/picked up from Mansfield or from their fancier North Attleboro eat-in restaurant. I have never been disappointed, which is amazing, as they have an extensive menu, and I always notice how really fresh the individual ingredients taste. On the phone, they are professional, friendly, and delivery, should you choose it, is pretty darn quick. Prices are very fair, especially considering you always know what to expect. By far my top choice for Chinese in the nearest 3 counties. By the way, should you happen to be in their Mansfield store, be sure to notice the fine art photography of one of the Quans.
4 based on 48 reviews
Been coming here for many years and enjoying the best Chinese/American food in the area.Very consistent with many people, servers and cooks, the same year after year.Love the hot and sour soup and shrimp/calamari items. Usual dishes like Kung Pao, General Gau, moo sho excel.Very reasonable prices and large beer list. Very casual with large area following.
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