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3111 Shepherd Dr.
Houston, TX 77098


Galleria/ Post Oak
2027 Post Oak Blvd
Houston, TX 77056


602 East 20th St.
Houston, TX 77008



Sunday, June 14, 2009

Catch of the day

Nothing like fresh shrimp caught that morning with no chemicals or dye before the sale. If you ever dare to buy, these shrimp taste so much better than store bought. MamaTran used to meet with her "vendor" in a common area of town to buy tons of fresh seafood caught that morning to feed us, all eight of us. I sure miss all of my mother's incredible cooking but I miss her most. My life feels so incomplete without the presence of my mother. My blessings in life just isn't as stimulating since I cannot share this with my MA.

Ladies in this picture rock old school sales for the first generation Vietnamese shoppers all over Houston and beyond!

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Not a blogger

Hello noodle fans! I am not a blogger nor do I blog about things I have no control over. I think bloggers are mostly haters. I say this right off the hook because there have been bloggers that jump to comment without much thought to their thoughts on the affect it could cause. On the first day of opening Post oak on April 3, a customer visited, took pictures within the space and posted on YELP within three hours after opening as if a food critic themselves. Today, most think they are a food critic within their rights, but c'mon folks, expecting positive results the first couple of hours of a business opening is insane, even if I am a perfectionist. At least the pros, like the few here in Houston, give a restaurant a couple of weeks if not four before tearing them apart. To all the bloggers spreading hate, shame on you for not having better things to do. I challenge you to discuss without judgement and be open to the results that flow back.

Within these noodle blog pages, I want to share my thoughts and looking forward to hearing your thoughts about experiences; especially if they pertain to JNH. I will answer as I have time and will touch on all comments that are pointed out. Thank you for reading and supporting the noodle house that has become ground to spread noodle love.