Many customers and friends have called in at their former Mandarin Chinese restaurant in El Terreno in Palma, which closed its doors in 2017, to buy some souvenirs. From chopsticks to plates, cups, glasses, tablecloths, napkins, calendars, tables, chairs, lamps, screens, etc., to hand-painted pictures, with a sentimental value that equals the economic one. For almost five decades the Mandarin restaurant was a reference point for excellent Chinese food, and was the first Chinese restaurant in Palma. Since its closure on January 30, 2017, its owner, Yeung Au Yeung Thung Shing, had kept the premises, which opened in June 1968, despite having significant offers to buy or rent it.
The souvenir take-away at iconic Palma Chinese restaurant
Two giant lions which were "door guards" also for sale
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