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@Beachmaster: Nice! go for it. But I thought you want the 1mm banh pho?

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Cuong, my error the small size 1mm is what I ordered -- I had 3mm on the brain (LOL)>

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Oh, and by the way Cuong, while my area is lacking for pho shops, we have some good ramen places close by and I make a pretty good ramen myself, using store bought noodles but a hearty homemade stock (slurp)!

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@Beachmaster: Somebody should consider open a pho shop in your area. Where are you located? If someone wants to, I can definitely help guide him/her through the process of opening and operating a pho restaurant.

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Cuong, I have given that much thought myself. I know it would do well here. I live on the New Jersey shore, Monmouth County to be exact, right by Asbury Park. As I said in an earlier post, the closest locations are in Atlantic City and Pleasantville, just outside Atlantic City. The demographic here is perfect and I've tried in vain to get my friends in California who eat pho weekly and are in the food business to come east and help me open one but they aren't leaving the West Coast. Money is an issue as well. The least problem would be location. If I can ever find an investor I will let you know. Thanks for your kind. Most of the Asian restaurants around here are sushi, habichi, Asian fusion or Chinese American.

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@Beachmaster: So you have friends in CA in the food business? Care to share what they do?

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Catering Cuong -- parties, weddings, BBQ's, funerals any type of event that could involve food. The business is based in Huntington Beach but some of the clients they have are in LA, a lot in Newport and all over Orange County.

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@Beachmaster: I see. Catering is a different beast altogether; much easier than running a restaurant in many ways.

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