Lily Asian Cuisine Thrives in Kennett Square Thanks to Steadfast Support from Local Customers

Image of Suki Li via MediaNews Group.

Despite having to suspend indoor dining several times due to the pandemic, Lily Asian Cuisine continues to thrive in Kennett Square thanks to the support of local customers, writes Jen Samuel for the Daily Local News.

The restaurant is owned by Suki Li and her husband, Tony Liu, who arrived in the U.S. 25 years ago. They fell in love with Kennett Square and decided to settle there and open a restaurant to bring some Asian cuisine to the community. The eatery was immediately welcomed, and the pair has amassed a sizable number of loyal patrons.

“We buy at the local Amish market especially,” said Li. “Everything we use is organic or fresh. We cook our foods with the healthiest oils and spices.”

When the pandemic began, the restaurant added online orders through its website, as well as pickup and delivery options through DoorDash, GrubHub, and Uber Eats.

“We love doing takeout,” said Li. “We try to encourage this. It’s safer for both our employees and customers.”

The eatery also reduced the hours and shifts for its 20 employees to avoid laying off staff.

Read more about Lily Asian Cuisine in the Daily Local News here.

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