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DECORATIVE PLATES and tea cups enhance the dining experience at the Mandarin Chinese Restaurant. Next to the salt and pepper is traditional hot oil to spice up the food for those who like it "hot." Place mats with Chinese Zodiac information enhance the dinner conversation. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Secrets of Success 2012

Pollock Pines’ Mandarin Restaurant has roots in Guangzhou

By From page SOS2 | December 31, 2012

The Mandarin Chinese Restaurant in Pollock Pines has a long genealogy. The popular Asian bistro located at 6530 Pony Express Trail opened its doors in 1988, but much work, sacrifice and risk-taking was required of Alex San and his family both before and since.

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