When China King closed a several years back it remaining St. Louis without the need of an eatery that served initial Asian cuisine.
But earlier this month that improved.
That is when Ying Zhi Lin and his spouse Yuki Yang opened the No. 1 Chinese Restaurant at 115 N. Mill St. downtown, China King’s former area.
The couple, who previously lived in Wisconsin, observed the making for sale on line.
“St. Louis seemed like a great position,” Yuki said. “We like it right here.”
So much business has been superior, she extra.
At this time only takeout orders are remaining offered but they hope to have dine-in assistance accessible later on.
The restaurant has 4 staff members but staffing ranges will also probably improve in the long term, Yuki reported.
This is the 3rd Chinese cafe the couple has operated.
It offers a broad wide range of Chinese and Japanese foods together with fried rice, sweet and bitter dishes, hibachi, chow mien, chop suey and seafood.
There are also a range of pork, beef and chicken menu things, as nicely as soups and appetizers, meal combinations, side orders, celebration trays and chef’s specials.
In addition, $6.66 lunch specials are presented Tuesday through Sunday.
St. Louis Downtown Development Director Phil Hansen is delighted to see the new restaurant open up.
“So much I have been really amazed with what they new administrators have finished as much as advertising of the new location,” he said. “Extremely good window shows, signage, a very professionally done menu and a actually great on the lookout web site. This is by far the very best work of anybody who has run a Chinese restaurant here considering that I have been all over.
“Appears to be like they have a extensive assortment of options. Obviously we are psyched to have this in our downtown. A lot of people today like this variety of meals and it should be another site visitors generator for our downtown and excellent for the citizens of St. Louis and Gratiot County.”
The No. 1 Chinese Cafe is open Monday by means of Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 9:30 p.m.
The complete menu can be considered on its internet site at www.no1chineserestaurant88.com.
Orders can be built on the net or by calling 989-681-0888.
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