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Long-time Tianjin cuisine closes doors at President Plaza

O'Tray was best known for its Chinese-style wrap.
O'Tray Noodle, a popular Tianjin cuisine, recently said good bye after operating at President Plaza for more than a decade.

A restaurant that served Tianjin cuisine to Richmondites at President Plaza for more than a decade recently closed its doors.

O’Tray Noodle, at the food court in President Plaza at Cambie and No. 3 roads, was best known for its handmade Chinese-style wrap, a signature dish from Tianjin, a city near Beijing, China.

It is a pancake rolled with a crisp fritter, an egg, vegetables and sauce.

The stall also offered hand-made steamed dumplings, soup noodles, tofu puddings and other dishes from Tianjin.

An employee of another restaurant at the food court told the Richmond News the restaurant closed about two weeks ago after their lease ended.

It's unclear who will replace O’Tray at President Plaza or if O'Tray will reopen at a different location.