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The next generation

Venerable Hunan Garden segues to Mandarin Roots

Let's not argue. Some of you might say Mandarin Roots isn't really a true Chinese restaurant, it's an Asian-Californian-fusion restaurant. It is, but the menu and presentation fall predominantly on the west side of the International Date Line, and that's Mandarin enough for me.

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