As the country gets ready to celebrate Canada Day, Mandarin Restaurants in Canada wants to help you celebrate and is giving away free meals on July 1st.
This Canada Day at all 29 locations across Ontario Mandarin will also release a special “Celebrate Canada!” menu for the month of July; featuring Canadian favourites such as poutine, prime ribs and butter tarts. The menu will be a true homage to classic Canadian dishes we all know and love. Mandarin is also celebrating its 40th anniversary and offering all Canadian citizens a FREE buffet meal at any Mandarin restaurant this Canada Day.
Mandarin will also be introducing its “Celebrate Canada” menu featuring a selection of nationally-inspired food favourites, like Poutine and Maple BarbecuedRibs.
According to a new survey* commissioned by Mandarin, the majority of Canadians plan to celebrate the nation’s birthday by sharing a meal with family and friends (52%). This number increases in Ontario (58%), where hungry revelers will be able to toast the celebrations with a free Mandarin buffet meal.
The survey also found that 90% of Canadians believe they have better opportunities living in Canada than if they lived somewhere else in the world. This sentiment is certainly shared by the Founders of Mandarin, who immigrated to Canada over thirty years ago to start a small à la carte restaurant in Brampton in 1979.
Mandarin is truly Canada success story that has grown to 29 locations across Ontario, employing over 3,000 staff, including over 150 dedicated managing partners who are excited to thank their local communities for the support they have received over the last 40 years.
On July 1, in addition to its new “Celebrate Canada” menu, Canadians will also feast on the award-winning Mandarin all-you-can-eat buffet, featuring the best in Chinese-Canadian cuisine. Guests can enjoy over 100 items, including an extensive soup and salad bar, grill table, prime rib counter, sushi corner, ice cream sundae and frozen yogurt bar and ever-changing hot foods and desserts counter.
Agencies behind Celebrate Canada! campaign:
- Public Relations – Strategic Objectives (SO) [TCO]