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Saugus, Massachusetts: Kowloon Restaurant: Polynesian Paradise

Classic Polynesian-themed restaurant. Opened in 1950 as The Mandarin House. Interior offers many photo-worthy decorations, and the exterior entrance is impressive.

Kowloon Restaurant

948 Broadway, Saugus, MA
On the east side of US Hwy 1/Broadway, just north of the exit for Main St. and just south of the Walmart.
Daily 11:30am - 2 am (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Kowloon Restaurant: Polynesian Paradise

The best food, service is great, and the place has a lot of parking. They have shows on Friday evening.

[Barbara, 06/04/2020]

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