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Kuma Inn's King Phojanakong would like the record to note that he and his sous chef left Talay, the potential Harlem game-changer that just transformed into something called Pancho Gringo, back in April to open his newcomer Umi Nom in Brooklyn. He is not responsible for the new menu of chicken quesadillas and the like. [EaterWire]

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