After nearly 30 years business, a local Chinese restaurant is shutting its doors.

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Abacus Chinese Restaurant in Grandville shared new of the closure to social media over the weekend.

Abacus Chinese Restaurant, Facebook
Abacus Chinese Restaurant, Facebook
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Abacus is located at 3901 Chicago Dr. SW Ste 103 in Grandville.

The large menu included a variety of appetizers like egg rolls, fried wontons, steamed dumplings, and fantail shrimp. Entrees included Chinese beef, chicken, seafood, pork, vegetable, and combination plates.

Abacus Chinese Restaurant, Facebook
Abacus Chinese Restaurant, Facebook
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The owners wrote on Facebook on Sunday Oct. 1,

After 28 years wonderful years of serving Grand Rapids area, we are retiring our family business. Abacus would like to thank all of our loyal customers who have supported us during the years. We are so very appreciative of your friendships and your business. We will miss everyone!
Thank you again and please continue to support the small family owned businesses in your community.
Thank you again and we wish you all the best.
Sun's family

People are sharing their love for the restaurant in the comments.

Josephine writes,

We are going to definitely miss your wonderful food. We followed you everywhere you went! Congratulations on your retirement and thank you for giving community your best. We wish you all many blessings! Cheers!

Shannon says,

You were always the BEST Chinese restaurant around the Grand Rapids area. You will be greatly missed.

Pam shares,

Sad to see you go. Your crab Rangoon is the “standard” to which I compare all others to. Enjoy retirement!

According a comment from the owners on the post, Sunday, Oct. 1 was the restaurant's last day in business.

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