For Andy Yang, one star has prompted him to reach for others. Yang is founder of Rhong Tiam, a concept offering authentic Bangkok cuisine that recently won recognition from the esteemed Michelin guide as well as a shout-out from The New York Times, prompting Yang to grow it. But Yang’s direction was not always so clear. Originally, the residential property owner in the New York City borough of Queens had hungered for the food of his native Bangkok and wanted to show New Yorkers how ...

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