A new street-side eatery plans to open in the Royal Orchid Guam Hotel by mid-May. Lin Yan, the general manager, said it is a Chinese chain restaurant called Niu San Ge Grill, but the name will be changed in Guam to Niu Fusion, which is easier to pronounce, and the chain’s traditional Chinese fare will be more suited to local market tastes.
Largely focused on “niu,” or cow, the menu will include Chinese-style kebabs, Chinese barbecue . . .
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