Madame Wu, Restaurateur That Drew Hollywood’s Biggest Stars, Dies At Age 106
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- Sylvia Wu, whose famed Southern California restaurant drew Hollywood’s biggest stars for four decades, has died at age 106, according to a news report.
- Madame Wu herself was known for wearing a floor-length silk gown while alternately greeting Tinseltown’s elite and picking up the phone to take to-go orders.
- Madame Wu said she was inspired to open the restaurant after arriving from China and finding only heavy faux-Cantonese dishes.
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