As always, here's the backstory.
Mr. Lee was not expecting the increase in tourist traffic to the formerly slow-paced Brickington Island. Regardless, he was not about to let opportunity pass him by. After securing a small equity loan, he turned the second floor into an attractive dinning veranda, and added ornamental detailing to the front and sides of the facade. Recognizing the need for competitive cuisine, he has stepped out from behind the grill, and hired the talented Mr Tsing to take over the culinary duties. His daughter Wendy still manages the front of the house, and keeps the friendly family feel that Lee's Cantonese Dining is known for.
Here's the back
You can see the cook, let's take a look at the kitchen
Now for some other closeups
The front elevation
The interior. I'm considering adding some more detail. Right now, most of the interior is simply made for what can be viewed from the outside
Lastly, like all my buildings, this building is modular. Here's a charming little chinese cottage that can be made by removing the middle floor and rotating the bottom floor 180 degrees.
Edited by TheBrickster, 03 May 2009 - 04:39 PM.