Discover Restaurants offering the best Chinese food in Geleen, Limburg Province, The Netherlands. Geleen (Dutch pronunciation: [ɣəˈleːn]; Limburgish: Gelaen) is a city in the southern part of the province of Limburg in the Netherlands. With 33,960 inhabitants, it is part of the municipality of Sittard-Geleen. Geleen is situated along the river Geleenbeek, a right tributary to the river Meuse. The Latin name for Geleenbeek is Glana, meaning "clear river". The town centre is situated at about 60 m above sea level.
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4 based on 135 reviews
A setup with a wide choice and variety of food to hand over to the chefs, who will fry it for you with a sauce of your liking. The food offered is good and fresh. There is a choice of three soups, several fried items like cuttlefish, fish, meatballs, fries etcetera. On top of that a small sushi section and salad bar. For desert there is a good variety of fruit, cakes and ice creams with decorations. Good value for money. A bit more original oriental taste would be appreciated.
4 based on 49 reviews
The entry for the Mandarin features a small koi pond. The dining room includes well-spaced tables with high-quality linens and traditional Chinese artwork. It was a very pleasant place to dine with friends.Our group elected to have the Indonesian Rijstafel, which consisted of more than a dozen small dishes of various meats and vegetables with tasty sauces; and rice or bami (noodles) upon which to place all of these. The dishes were good although none of them were truly outstanding. I've had rijstafels a number of times and this one leaned more towards a Chinese interpretation of the Indonesian cuisine than other rijstafels I've eaten, but it was still quite acceptable. (In my experience, there are few standalone Indonesian restaurants in The Netherlands; mostly one encounters Chinese-Indonesian restaurants, where the authenticity of the Indonesian offerings varies considerably.)While he didn't hover, our server refilled our drinks quickly and was attentive to our other needs.Altogether, the Mandarin presents an attractive package for those dining in. If you are looking for the ultimate in Chinese or Indonesian food quality and authenticity for take-out, I would probably go elsewhere. But if you are in the mood for decent food in a nice atmosphere with excellent service, the Mandarin is a solid choice.
4 based on 48 reviews
The largest egg roll I've ever seen it could almost be a meal by itself. The portions are large and allow for sharing. The dishes are prepared for Dutch taste buds so there is little spice, my Szechuan Chicken was bland.
4 based on 41 reviews
We booked a table and I was a bit worried about "just another" Chinese Restaurant.We were welcomed and our jackets were taken care off, something I have not experienced in many years.The restaurant is very tidy and elegant looking perfect also for large parties, as it has these typical large round tables, which comfortably seat 8-10 people.The food is interesting, as here you can experience "wokken", well, something new to me.we all chose the buffet, which consists of appetizers, shushi, soups, salads and then "wokken".there is a huge selection of vegetables, meats sliced and larger pieces like lamb chops, steaks and seafod, like shrimps, squid and different fish.You choose your meat, vegetables, bring it to the chef, who blanches it all and then you choose your sauce and he fries it in the pan - "wokkens" it.there are many kind of sauces to choose from and any variety of vegetables to select.A great way to enjoy the evening with family or friends.don't forget the dessert corner with fruit, ice cream and cakes and all for a very affordable price.
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