Graces Mandarin Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 188 Waterfront St

    Oxon Hill, MD 20745

    Map & Directions
  • 301-839-3788

About Graces Mandarin Restaurant

Hours
Mon-Wed noon-11 pm, Thu-Sat noon-midnight, Sun noon-10 pm

Food

Food
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After having a terrible experience at one of the local places we opted for Grace's and wished we had made that choice to start with. First of all I would go for the happy hour 3-6 half price sushi and apps $5 drafts and half off wine, totally worth it.

Granted the selection of this food is what we are used to getting in a cardboard box with a couple stale fortune cookies. Grace's serves it in a new and innovative way that is appealing to the eye and tastebuds. The sea, sky and land (Triple Delight) was served in a bowl of chow mein noodles and was delicious, the shrimp were huge the vegetables crispy and fresh meats perfectly done. The sushi rolls are large, very good and decently priced (some of the specialty rolls are pricey) and they offer to cook the fish for people that don't like raw.

The drinks were good the food was quick and piping hot when it arrived, service was excellent. When I ordered a second drink and it took longer than expected the waitress stopped (with no prompting) and said "I didn't forget your beer but my bartender disappeared." Excellent.

Overall wonderful and I would go back again and especially for the happy hour sushi.

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★★★★★

After having a terrible experience at one of the local places we opted for Grace's and wished we had made that choice to start with. First of all I would go for the happy hour 3-6 half price sushi and apps $5 drafts and half off wine, totally worth it.

Granted the selection of this food is what we are used to getting in a cardboard box with a couple stale fortune cookies. Grace's serves it in a new and innovative way that is appealing to the eye and tastebuds. The sea, sky and land (Triple Delight) was served in a bowl of chow mein noodles and was delicious, the shrimp were huge the vegetables crispy and fresh meats perfectly done. The sushi rolls are large, very good and decently priced (some of the specialty rolls are pricey) and they offer to cook the fish for people that don't like raw.

The drinks were good the food was quick and piping hot when it arrived, service was excellent. When I ordered a second drink and it took longer than expected the waitress stopped (with no prompting) and said "I didn't forget your beer but my bartender disappeared." Excellent.

Overall wonderful and I would go back again and especially for the happy hour sushi.

 

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