Political Radar


July 8th, 2014

Gov. Neil Abercrombie has a fundraiser for his re-election campaign on Wednesday evening at the Mandalay restaurant downtown.

The suggested donation is $750 or $1,500.

Abercrombie is up against state Sen. David Ige in the Democratic primary.

5 Responses to “Mandalay”

  1. Especially Incognito:

    Trying to make a dollar out of fifteen cents.
    That only works in China.
    Needs to know that in America, you only
    make 15 cents out of a dollar.

    Half an hour later at 1,500 for Chinese
    food you are hungry for more.
    You dim sum and you lose sum.

  2. Chicken Grease:

    Ehy, The Mandalay is GREAT restaurant. Day time is dim sum, but, at night, hooo-weee, tha's when the foody equivalent of "freaks come out at night" happen at The Mandalay.

    The Mongolian beef is something else, as is their orange chicken. Their meats -- steak, chicken, fish -- are lush and every bite is like joyful explosion in mouth or something. Not joking here, not joking here.

    You want some REALLY real cake noodle, with a serious light crunch. You go The Mandalay. As has been reported Bill Cosby (yes, THAT Bill Cosby) ordered bitter melon soup from there, like, every day.

    Ah, that salt and pepper pork chop. Hard to beat. The individual pieces COULD be a bit bigger.

    FULL bar, too. I mean, tha's the first thing you see when you walk in. Contreau. What is that, Napoleon. Midori. Every whiskey. You don't find that in many Chingoku restaurant.

    Better stop already; lest this start looking like something on Yelp.

    Good choice, Mr. Abercrombie.

  3. Goober:

    Boneless chicken.

  4. Tyrion Lannister:

    For $750 - $1500 I'm willing to bet you can there 20x without Abercrombie.

  5. Tyrion Lannister:

    ...eat there....

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