Coordinates: 36°20′00″N 119°38′49″W / 36.333273°N 119.646889°W / 36.333273; -119.646889 The Imperial Dynasty restaurant was a five-star restaurant in Hanford, California. The restaurant was founded in 1883 in Hanford's Chinatown, and was run by the same family for four generations.
Richard Wing combined French and Chinese cooking in the 1960s to create one of the first fusion cuisines. The restaurant closed in early 2006. Wing died in 2010 at the age of 89.
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