After a decade as a HagÅtÃ±a dining institution Le Tasi Bistro the French cafÃ© closed its doors on April 24. When it re-opens toward the end of May across from the Bank of Guam in Yigo it will be known as Le Tasi Bistro pastry and baked goods wholesaler. "For now we're going to keep 'Le Tasi Bistro' as a name "" said Bertrand Haurillon owner and chef of Le Tasi Bistro. ""People know us by that name . . .
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