Such a relaxing experience awaits customers as they enter Oolong Asian Cuisine restaurant. Beautiful stained glass lighting fixtures hang from the ceiling, reclaimed wood and original brick on the walls, and a cozy space combine to create a peaceful place to enjoy lunch or dinner. Doing most of the renovations himself, Ken said the douglas fir on the walls came from original flooring from a local house being remodeled and he made the center bar from wood found in the building’s basement. The minimalist décor highlights the stained glass lighting. A friend of Ken’s made the light fixtures in his manufacturing business in China. Every piece of glass was hand-scored to create the inspiring works of art.

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Residing in Dubuque, Sandra and Jim Evans have been married for 30 years and have raised two daughters. Currently, Sandra enjoys retirement, having taught upper-level high school English courses for 21 years in Southwest Wisconsin. As a “foodie,” she enjoys spending time in her kitchen cooking and loves to grow a variety of fruits, vegetables, and herbs in her backyard. Jim teaches marketing courses at Dubuque Senior, where he has taught for the past 35 years. He also teaches a college-level Customer Service class through NICC. Both Jim and Sandra enjoy dining out and trying new restaurants, which make them a good fit for the restaurant reviews.


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