He decided to open a shop in Towson because his family lives nearby and "it's a good area," he said.
"We're thrilled," said Nancy Hafford, director of the Towson Chamber of Commerce. "It just shows how businesses are gravitating toward our community. There's so many opportunities here for very diverse kinds of shops, and we welcome them."
Before opening, Luu said he is working on putting up decor with an "ancient" look and adapting the menu to the ingredients available in the U.S.