New Shanghai restaurant, an Evergreen landmark for more than 30 years, closed its doors forever Saturday, May 24.
Jim Lui became owner of New Shanghai in 2002 after he bought out his partner and brother-in-law, Bill Hsu, who moved to California.
New Shanghai was known for its authentic Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine and its homemade sauces.
New Shanghai becomes the second longtime Evergreen eatery to close in recent months, a result of intensifying competition. Stroh’s Restaurant and Saloon downtown closed Feb. 24 after 26 years.
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