When it comes to the Vietnamese food industry, you’re either in or out

When I was in Vietnam in 2016, I was lucky enough to work in one of the largest restaurant chains in the country.

The name of the company was Noodles & Tacos, and it operated out of the country’s capital of Saigon.

In fact, my first job there was at the age of 23.

It was the only restaurant I worked at, and I’d had to work a little bit in order to survive.

It also happened to be a place where I had the opportunity to learn a bit about the Vietnamese culture and culture in general.

After I left the restaurant, I went to a Vietnamese restaurant and I had my first meal there, which was really delicious.

I think it was a little too sweet for my taste, but it was pretty tasty.

The first time I visited the country, it was really hard to make the connection between the restaurant I was working in and the one I was going to the country to work at.

But, as I became more involved with the Vietnamese restaurants in the United States, I started to get a little more comfortable with the concept of “Vietnamese restaurants.”

So, the next time I was asked to visit Vietnam, I thought I’d try my hand at a few Vietnamese restaurants.

I actually found myself having to spend more time in Vietnam than I had originally thought, so that’s one thing that I can definitely say.

Another thing is that I started getting into Vietnamese culture as a way of connecting with the people of Vietnam.

I’ve always loved to travel and meet new people.

It’s also a great way to understand the culture and what the people do, so I think that’s been one of my main motivations to go to Vietnam.

In a country like Vietnam, people are always talking about their culture, and that’s great to hear, but they also have a very strong sense of their own identity.

I’m from an immigrant background, and in my country, I’m not really sure how I fit in in the Vietnamese society.

I really had a hard time understanding what it meant to be Vietnamese, and to understand what it was like to be an American.

It just didn’t feel right to me, but I also didn’t have the resources to go explore the Vietnamese side of the island.

So, when I decided to go, I decided that I was gonna go to the island because I felt like it would be a great place to experience some of the Vietnamese history, culture and food.

So in a sense, I wanted to learn Vietnamese and understand the people who lived there.

I thought it would help me in my future career.

But when I got there, I didn’t really understand much of the culture at all.

There were only a few people there, and the place was pretty small.

I wasn’t really used to the food.

There wasn’t anything special about it.

The food was pretty much what you’d find at any Vietnamese restaurant in the US.

But I really enjoyed the food and the people, so it was kind of like a stepping stone.

It opened up some more opportunities for me.

I got to meet people and learn more about the culture there, so for that reason, I think I ended up going.

It really is a very special place for me to be able to do this.

For me, the food was really the main thing, but in addition to that, I really like the people.

I was really happy to be in the position that I’m in now, which is a lot of work, but that’s the best part of the experience.

I love that I had that opportunity to get to learn about a different culture.

I just love it.

I know I have a lot to learn and I think the best way to learn is to really meet people who are different.

It gives me the chance to really learn more, and hopefully, I can learn more in the future as I continue to learn.

What would you say is your biggest misconception about Vietnamese cuisine?

One of the biggest misconceptions I’ve seen in the last few years is that the food in Vietnamese restaurants is a mix of Vietnamese and American.

I feel like this is a misconception that people have been trying to pass off on the Vietnamese people for years, but honestly, I would say that it’s not.

You don’t see Vietnamese food everywhere, but the restaurants are really diverse.

The majority of the food at these restaurants is American.

You’ll find that the majority of Vietnamese people that come to these restaurants are American, and they’re mostly American, American-educated people, as well.

I would definitely say that Vietnamese food is not a mix between Vietnamese and Americans.

I have friends that have gone there, like I did, and one of them told me that Vietnamese restaurants are a mix.

She said that the Vietnamese were always talking to the American people and that was one of their biggest misconceptions.

It makes me really sad, because I think there’s so