Sheldon’s Chinese Chef Restaurant Celebrates New Location With Ribbon Cutting
Date posted - January 18, 2013
Sheldon, Iowa — A Sheldon restaurant celebrated their new location and were honored with a ribbon cutting on Friday. “Chinese Chef” has relocated from their old location on Ninth Street to a location in the strip mall at Sheldon Crossing.
At the ribbon cutting, City Manager Scott Wynja spoke on behalf of the city.
Sheldon Chamber and Development Executive Director Mark Gaul spoke on behalf of the SCDC.
KIWA’s own Tom Traughber spoke on behalf of the Sheldon Ambassadors and presented the owners with a plaque containing a portion of the ribbon from the ribbon cutting, which reads “Congratulations and best wishes, Chinese Chef. May the confidence you’ve shown in the future of this community be rewarded with success.”
Restaurant owner Andy Lee says they are here to serve you.
Lee says they focus on fresh entrées, served healthy and fast. They’re open from 10 to 10 Monday through Saturday, and Sunday from 11 to 2. Again their phone number is 324-5301.
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