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9 Jan, 2012 08:03

Pathfinders: Bringing American-style diners to Russia

Despite the long Cold War - or perhaps because of it - Russians have always had a thing for hamburgers and milkshakes. It's a yearning Paul O'Brien sought to satisfy when he brought the very first American diner to the country.

His chain of Starlight diners were an instant hit in Moscow. In an interview with Business RT, he explains how to serve up American food, Russian style.