B.C. Floods: Native Vietnamese restaurant offers again by internet hosting dinner for displaced households | Globalnews.ca

B.C. Floods: Local Vietnamese restaurant gives back by hosting dinner for displaced families  | Globalnews.ca

2021-11-29 06:43:23

Salmon Arm Vietnamese restaurant, Hanoi 36, is internet hosting a dinner Sunday for displaced households and any locals affected by the current floods within the province.

Homeowners, Michael and his spouse Jenny Yu, have been working laborious placing collectively meals for displaced households and providing them a spot that appears like dwelling.

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“Tonight it’s about folks and neighborhood. We wish them to know no matter what they’re going by way of proper now, all we wish to do is prepare dinner them a pleasant meal. They’ll sit again calm down, benefit from the music, and really feel like dwelling. Though they’re distant from dwelling, that is the least we are able to do for them,” says Michael Yu.


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Salmon Arm restaurant hosts dinner for displaced households


Salmon Arm restaurant hosts dinner for displaced households

The restaurant serving up a standard barbeque pork dish, a specialty at Hanoi 36, and one thing Michael feels will showcase conventional Vietnamese delicacies.

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“Our native clients love our barbeque pork and we thought it might be a good way to showcase Northern Vietnamese delicacies.”

Presently, the couple have reached out to native motels and shelters to get the phrase out. With about 30 takeout orders and with meals going to native shelters and hospitals, Michael says it’s already a hit.

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“To this point with the suggestions, we’re trying ahead to having fairly a bit of individuals within the eating room right now.”

The couple additionally hopes that the delicacies can provide some happiness to individuals who have been struggling because of the current floods.


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“Pink color like Christmas — we hope the dish can deliver some color to folks’s lives particularly proper now.”

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The dinner open to any displaced households or locals affected by the current floods.





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