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Starred Bangkok eateries struggle with too many customers

Michelin accolade proves too much of a good thing for some local chefs

Tourists from Singapore waited four hours to eat a crab omelette at a one-star Michelin guide restaurant Jay Fai in downtown Bangkok.(Photo by Shinya Sawai)

BANGKOK -- The first Michelin guide for Bangkok, the vibrant Thai capital known as a gastronomical paradise in Southeast Asia, has produced some surprising effects on the city's gourmet scene.

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