Spare ribs are one of the old-school appetizers at Albert's Mandarin Gourmet in Huntington, July 16, 2014. (Credit: Newsday / Erica Marcus)
My poor dad. He’s constantly being dragged to far-flung eateries, forced to consume obscure regional specialties or unfamiliar animal parts — often in the same dish. So last week, I took pity on him and suggested we meet at Albert’s Mandarin Gourmet in Huntington Village, where we could eat Chinese like it was 1979.
Albert’s Mandarin Gourmet opened in 2002, the successor to Mandarin Gourmet...
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