Friday, October 23, 2009

Cheng Du in Stoughton Apparently Destroyed by Fire

A Chinese restaurant in Stoughton Center has apparently been destroyed in a fire. According to the Stoughton Journal, Cheng Du was hit by a fire yesterday afternoon, with the blaze going up to three, or possibly four, alarms. The Journal mentions that the fire started in the kitchen of the restaurant, and by the time it was put out, the restaurant was destroyed and a vacant storefront next door sustained major damage. Firefighters from five nearby communities were called in to help put out the blaze.

Cheng Du has been a popular restaurant with locals in and around Stoughton since the late 1970s. The dining spot, which is located at 762 Washington Street in the heart of Stoughton Center, has been known for its Mandarin and Szechuan cuisine, and was featured on our sister site, Boston's Hidden Restaurants.

To read more about the fire at Cheng Du in Stoughton, please go to the Stoughton Journal/Wicked Local link below:

Fire destroys Cheng-Du Chinese restaurant

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