Sushi Song's Wijai "Song" Ketsuwan: "I Do It the Way I Like It and Hope People Like the Same"

We're impressed by anyone who has the guts to open a restaurant of his own -- in case you didn't know, the business is tough as hell.

We're even more impressed when said restaurateur is young.

When one is 35 with three locations under one's belt, we're ready to give a round of applause.

Recently, Wijai "Song" Ketsuwan opened the third location of his namesake Sushi Song restaurant in downtown Fort Lauderdale.

We spoke to the young chef and restaurateur about his style of sushi, late nights, and more.

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