There was a Chinese restaurant for many years and it was highly recommended but anytime I visited Galway it was closed so I got used to the fact that it had ceased trading so I did not notice that there is now a Japanese restaurant at 2 Colonial Buildings in Galway which is a pity because I would have eaten there.
The Chinese restaurant was known as the Ming Garden. Over the last few years I have noticed that a large number of traditional Chinese restaurants have closed ... maybe it is the third generation rule in play.
The first generation scrounges, saves, and manages to put much of their accumulated wealth aside for investments over a period of forty or fifty years.
The second generation is instilled with some of the discipline to maintain the wealth but perhaps too optimistically relies on the knowledge that they will get an inheritance from the first generation.
The third generation do not realise that effort is required to ensure a safe and comfortable retirement. It usually fails to save money in any meaningful way or wisely invest any money they may have inherited from prior generations. Often they spend any capital they've acquired trying to keep up with their wealthier friends. They end up frittering away the wealth.