A gap in the market - the Kai Eatery story

July 19, 2019

A gap in the market - the Kai Eatery story

Allen Yeh is taking Kai Eatery to the world.

Keen to run a business, Allan Yeh thought he saw a gap in the Auckland market - for authentic Taiwanese fried chicken.

He was right. Now looking to open his second restaurant, Yeh has his sights on a string of 20 franchises.

Photojournalism student Christian Ching traces the Kai Eatery story.

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