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A new Japanese and Thai fusion restaurant aims to be a relaxing refuge for young professionals in Charleston.
Su-Tei, which will feature Asian Cuisine focusing on sushi, Thai food
and Japanese cuisine, is set to open in Kanawha City by the end of
"There really isn't a fancy restaurant in this area," manager Andri
Purwanto, 37, said. "There are lots of young professionals, and we
wanted to give them a restaurant where they can hang out, relax and have
Purwanto is originally from Indonesia and has managed five New York City
restaurants. But he found the bustling city of more than 8 million
people to be too busy and he had too much competition.
He slowed down and moved to the Beckley area, where he managed Kimono
Japanese Restaurant. When he discovered that the largest city in West
Virginia could use an upscale restaurant that targeted 20- to
30-year-olds, he wanted to make his mark on the town.