Little Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant

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The first, the one and only Vietnamese restaurant in the Northeast England, Little Saigon offers full ranges of Vietnamese dishes and excellent customer service at competitive price. Little Saigon have won the Best Oriental Restaurant in the Northeast England and the Champion of Fusion Food Competition.

Book a table today at 0191 233 0766 for an authentic Vietnamese dining experience or visit our website at for more details.

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Little Saigon
6 Bigg Market, Newcastle, NE1 1UW, United Kingdom
Tel: 0191 233 0766

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I am curious to have a TABC license to work in a bar and restaurant. is bartender make good money?

I want to make some more money. Within six months, want to take a vacation to Vietnam or Thailand. I need some money for my trip. Can I make more money, if I get a tabc license and work in a bar restaurant? please give me some ideas about it. I be appreciated for your kind suggestion.

It is not guaranteed. However if you work in a restaurant and serve alcohol you must have a TABC servers license (assuming you mean a Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission servers license). In a general sense your patrons who drink alcohol with their meal generally have a larger bill. That generally translates to a larger tip. And if you are talking about a bar (you will see a 51% sign there). You also have to be 21 to bar tend (also a state law). But really it depends on the place you work and the patrons of the establishment.

What to get from a thai food restaurant?

Ive been once to a Thai Restaurant and i got chicken pads see ew. I liked it alot and today i craved thai food. Im just wondering if theres any thing else thats good? Can you explain a little of the dish?

I go with this thai food order. Appetizer, satay (skewered marinated pieces of chicken/beef in bamboo sticks) with spicy peanut sauce and mango salad. Seafood tom yum sweet and sour soup (mild). Then pineapply fried rice or white rice with panang chicken with coconut cream curry (mild) and beef rendang (dried spicy marinated beef with toasted coconut shavings ), and a hot spicy stir fry veggie with dried shrimp. Desserts, shaved ice with mixed fresh fruits and sweet basil seed drink . The name of the dish is self explanatory *

What is the best Korean restaurant in Sydney, Australia?

I’m having a pre-wedding dinner with my soon-to-be in-laws flying in from Korea and would like to go to an authentic Korean Restaurant in Sydney that has a separate function room. Any suggestions?

By far the 2 best ones are O Bal Tan and Madang.

How to find good chef for bengali and chinese restaurant in India?

I am planning to start a bengali plus chinese restaurant in bangalore and hyderabad. Please help me out

Try advertising in newspapers. If it is not possible, frequent the bengali and Chinese Restaurants in the nearby towns, taste the food, and if you like, ask for the cook’s name/contact details.

How important is insignificant minor fighting in war?

When I read All Quiet On the Western Front and later watched its much superior 1930 film adaptation, one of the most thought-provoking scenes was when Paul went to a restaurant during his leave. Because he was a veteran, some German civilians began asking him about the war and one even brought out a map to discuss strategy based on what they know of the war.

One person commented that Germany is winning the war. Paul refuted the claim, stating his units is in terrible condition and several times the French nearly cracked the trench fortification they were defending. Another person than commented that it does not matter if things seem bad in his unit’s station because its an insignificant portion of Germany’s entrenchments. Everywhere should be fine according to what they were told and even if the section that Paul’s platoon is defending gets overrun, it won’t be a problem because Germany is winning elsewhere.

This conversation so outraged Paul he left the restaurant as the German civilians than escalated their conversation into an argument, pointing towards the map what ought to be done in where. This scene impacted me so much. Whenever military history is discussed, always is emphasized on what a huge impact major battles did in the war but never are minor incidents and fighting like a bunker being bombed or minor ambushes in one front of the war considered important (at least in general history texts). This scene in All Quiet On the Western Front opened my eyes to just how important an insignificant ambush or the loss of one bunker can play in a war or at least in a major battle.

But I seek your input.

"For want of a nail the horse could not be shooed; for want of a horse the battle was lost; for want of a battle the kingdom was lost…." On such small things as a horseshoe nail the kingdom’s fate is in the balance. You cannot say one small unit is unimportant in the overall battle. If it breaks, the line breaks, the enemy gets into your rear, and the battle is lost.

On the other hand it is very difficult for individuals on the ground to see the overall picture. Several of your platoon are killed or wounded. It seems like a disaster. But the enemy lost three times that number (all KIA) assaulting your position. The point, in the end, is; he didn’t break through. Close only counts in horseshoes and hand-grandes (or atomic bombs).

It took me years of study to come to my conclusions on Vietnam, even after having spent a year in country. My view of the war was very limited, and confined mostly to the civil-action program and a few rocket attacks. The scene you mention (and I know it) has always bothered me because of my own experience. Paul was making grand assumptions based on his local knowledge. That knowledge was hard won, and should not have been discounted. But (the writer of the work) was using 20/20 hindsight to predict the German defeat at the time he wrote All’s Quiet on the Western Front. Victory was in the balance right up until the Ldendorff Offensive in the spring of 1918, and the Germans came within 30 or 40 miles of winning the war at that time.

Anyway, those are my thoughts on that scene.