4 Oct 2013

Nanking Palace

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 2:10 pm on 4 October 2013

Fifty years ago Hugh Chin and his wife Alice opened one of the first Chinese restaurants in South Dunedin. In 1963, when most New Zealanders were hooked on meat and three veg, The Nanking Cafe offered sweet and sour pork, spring rolls and noodles made by hand because no one supplied them. Today the restaurant, now called Nanking Palace, is run by his sons Mike and Neville Hall.