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Posted 22 September 2012 - 08:01 AM
Posted 24 September 2012 - 10:03 AM
Posted 26 September 2012 - 10:49 PM
She is a seasoned restaurant owner from California and will be expanding the menu -- so do give it a try and give her time to "settle in" not only to the restaurant but the community and I think you will be pleasantly surprised at the quality and variety of the food.
Posted 04 October 2012 - 12:37 AM
After 30 years living in United States, 28 years worked at Hewlett Packard, 30 years contributed paying tax, and owned the Chinese Buffet in California for 4 years; I lost the job, lost my little home and lost the business. I was not qualified for unemployment even though I have been paying tax since God brought me into the land of opportunity. I heard Thip (my niece) was living in MX; and I wondered what MX liked. I came 2 weeks’ vacation Sept. 16th then Thip and Jim took off Sept. 29th.
I am sorry not introduce myself fast enough and apology to some customers who were not satisfied with the service or the menu are the same or dump waiters that I had because they were also as new as with me. Therefore, I took the bus most every day to work, and my business partner picked me up at late night. Please give me a second chance to build it again, and I promise that whatever it takes; I will work as best as hard as I can to provide and serve you.
At last, I want to thank you from bottom to my heart to the customers who came to eat "Pho" and new "Rice Vermicelli with BBQ pork lemongrass". And thanks again to try my new "Coconut ice-cream and Avocado ice-cream".
Thanks God and bless us all,
Posted 04 October 2012 - 06:28 AM
Posted 04 October 2012 - 07:47 AM
This is a very loving and inclusive community, but can be very harsh critics. As in my post on September 27th, please, everyone, give her time to settle into our community and the restaurant and I am confident you will all be very pleasantly surprised. We need this type of variety of food in our village IMHO.
Best to you and your partner...hang in there as the Season is upon us in a month or so.
Posted 04 October 2012 - 08:19 AM
Posted 05 October 2012 - 12:42 PM
Posted 20 October 2012 - 08:08 PM
Sato, We really enjoyed our meals with you today and appreciate the time you took to come visit with us after we finished. It was so nice to meet you, and wish you the best of luck... what a change of plans when you just came for a visit with your niece! I've added my comments and review under the "La Cocina" section, and we'll certainly be back!
Thank you to welcome me in Ajijic the place I call it home now. Please welcome any advice or recommends, my dancing queen. I was lost in the Mekong River once, and now lost in the Chapala Lake. I am definitely need your supports and all of your guidance . I am in the process of cleaning and training. Once again, thank you and apology for inconveniences.
Posted 09 December 2012 - 02:17 AM
I must apologize to serve with the plastic bowl; I could not find anywhere else. My family mailed the stuffs to me by FeDex. And it went back to San Diego. They mailed it again for the second time by US postal, and I am still waiting for my package as today. I will go back home and drive my car back here; hopefully, I will get all my stuffs and needs. However, I just want you to know that the proper “pho” bowl is also a plastic and serves in the restaurant. It is proper deep, hold more broth, and wider for easier to stir it with pretty design of Asian color. Moreover, to clarify that Asia foods are pretty much close together. It is depending on each chef’s background: Thai-Chinese, Thai-Vietnamese, Thai-Lao, and Thai-Japanese etc. So, “Pho” is not only Vietnamese food. Vietnamese people or Vietnamese language, calls “Pho”. Japanese calls “Oudon”, Lao people call “Fur”, Thai people call “Keuo Tui”, and Cambodia or Singapore may call something else. Actually, it is the same noodle in the hot broth which my children call “The Noodle Soup” or Asian comfort food. The difference is where the chef’s region is and background came from then each region is little different.
Why I serve “Pho”? As far as I remember, my mom told me after her mom died; she was raised by Vietnamese nanny and spoke very fluently Vietnamese with Hanoi accent (Viet Communist or Vietkong). When I flashed back around 6 or 7 years old, I was grown up at the little Vietnam town in Laos. I used to see my neighbors from left and right cooking homemade tofu, fresh noodle, been sprout, Banxeo, Ban guan and etc. I was not realized that why I had so many Vietnamese friends without their fathers. After in college, then I realized that when French lost the war, Dienbianfu (don’t know how to spell), Vietnamese fled into Laos. French was control Lao, Vietnamese and Cambodian at that time. My mom told me again that French soldiers took all the Vietnamese man to build the airports and roads but never came back home because French had to kill them and left mothers and children at home to protect any Vietkong leaked into Laos. So, all of Asian people does not matter what part she/he came from got to have that noodle with hot broth or “Pho” (Vietnamese version) .
Therefore, I am personally thank you to all; highly respecting your feedbacks. Because I work 360 degrees, I don’t know when I will be back to post my leaving day. I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you and good bye. While I will be gone, I wish you very best of life, of luck, healthy, and happiest ever the year of 2013. Eat Drink and Be Mary.
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