Opening a Japanese restaurant these days is about as safe as grabbing the horns of an untamed bull and trying to get on its back. Despite the sheer number of Nihon-esque eateries there are now in town, hotel firm Baiyoke has taken up the challenge by importing Gyu-Kaku, a yakiniku franchise of around 700 branches all over the world. And it seems its grip on the yakiniku sector of Bangkok is pretty...




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