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Manchester Chinese Restaurants Awarded Top Accolade

Yang Sing and Sweet Mandarin win Pagoda awards

Written by . Published on March 11th 2014.


Manchester Chinese Restaurants Awarded Top Accolade
 

MANCHESTER-based Chinese restaurants, Yang Sing and Sweet Mandarin, have been awarded a Pagoda accreditation – two of 32 Chinese restaurants in the UK to receive the accolade.

"The UK has some of the best Chinese culinary talent outside of China and The Legacy of Taste Pagodas herald the best of the best establishments."

Judged by The Legacy of Taste, an authority of Michelin starred Chinese chefs and food and drink experts, the Pagoda is a new three-tiered award given to Chinese restaurants that demonstrate high standards of service and authentic cooking.

Yang SingYang Sing

Yang Sing (owner Harry Yeung, main picture) on Princess Street received a two-tiered Pagoda for its innovation and attention to detail, while Sweet Mandarin on Copperas Street, Northern Quarter, was awarded one Pagoda for its great dining experience.

Sm1Sweet Mandarin

James Wright, founder of Legacy of Taste, says: “The UK has some of the best Chinese culinary talent outside of China and The Legacy of Taste Pagodas herald the best of the best establishments.

“Yang Sing and Sweet Mandarin have demonstrated exceptional standards to have been awarded the Pagodas.”

Yang Sing and Sweet Mandarin will be listed in The Legacy of Taste Eating Out Guide.

For further information about Legacy of Taste and the Pagoda Awards please visit www.legacyoftaste.co.uk.

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12 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

AnonymousMarch 12th 2014.

the link to legacy of taste is broken

AnonymousMarch 13th 2014.

baffled at how the sweet mandarin has made the list, it's gone down hill massively also where is Wings?

pollolocoMarch 13th 2014.

This is a gimmick.

David BishopMarch 13th 2014.

yeah always been amazed by sweet mandarin doing so well on this type of thing.. obv great at marketing (and well done to them) but wouldn't be on my top 10 even in manchester

Emma AthertonMarch 13th 2014.

Mmm, dim sum at Yang Sing......

Gary RatcliffeMarch 13th 2014.

sweet mandarin is in the top 32 Chinese restaurants in the UK???? Absolute rubbish!!!!

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AnonymousMarch 14th 2014.

Amazed it has made the top 32 in Manchester.

Jemma FieldingMarch 14th 2014.

seriously? sweet manadrin is so average!!!

Jemma FieldingMarch 14th 2014.

great dining experience!! I requested my service charge back it was that bad.

Steve5839March 14th 2014.

What or who is Sweet Manadrin paying? It is not even close to being in the top 30!

Poster BoyMarch 14th 2014.

Much ado about nothing. These 'awards' are nothing more than a PR vehicle for Tsingtao and its distributor Halewood International to promote its beer brand by association with the Chinese restaurant industry. No surprise then to find that Harry Yeung has previously participated as a 'judge' and been rewarded with his 'award' this year. Expect to see the Tse sisters joining the 'Michelin starred' judges in future years... Sometimes you have to read between the lines.

AnonymousMarch 19th 2014.

Wings!

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