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|The couple of Tri Ngo and Hang Vu, owners of Rustle & Still Restaurant. (Photo: The Star)|
Tri Ngo, a Vietnamese who has been studying in Canada 15 years ago, is currently the owner of a Vietnamese restaurant named Rustle & Still in the city Toronto (Ontario, Canada). Ngo and his wife, Hang Vu, opened this restaurant in 2018, according to Global News. Here, they introduce Vietnamese cuisine and coffee culture to overseas Vietnamese. Even local Canadian people are interested in the dishes that this restaurant has to offer.
|The restaurant introduces Vietnamese cuisine and coffee culture to overseas Vietnamese and local Canadian. (Photo: The Star)|
“Rustle & Still Restaurant connects Canadians with the entire culinary and coffee culture in Vietnam, where everything is simple and convenient. In this modern life, people are too busy and we want to create a space where they can relax after work and study”, Tri Ngo (32 years old) confided one of the reasons why he decided to open Rustle & Still. According to Tri Ngo, who studied economics at York University in Toronto, Vietnam is the second-largest coffee producer in the world, and Rustle & Still is proud to use coffee beans imported from Tri's homeland.
|Hang Vu (32 years old) serves crispy hot banh mi that presents Vietnamese street food culture. (Photo: The Star)|
At Rustle & Still, Hang Vu (32 years old) serves crispy hot banh mi that present Vietnamese street food culture. Meanwhile, Tri Ngo is in charge of the unique Vietnamese flavor drink menu.
“I just wanted to share with everyone about my childhood memories. When I was a child in Vietnam, I used to eat banh mi before going to school. Every morning in this restaurant, the work of making banh mi reminds me of the times when my family members in homeland prepare my banh mi”, Hang Vu, who worked at a pharmaceutical company before quitting her job to open Rustle & Still said.
|Tri Ngo is in charge of the unique Vietnamese flavor drink menu. (Photo: The Star)|
For Tri Ngo, Rustle & Still is not only a business but also a place to express his passion and an opportunity for him to satisfy his nostalgia for Vietnam. For Vietnamese Canadians, Rustle & Still has become a special place where they feel closer to their homeland.
According to Toronto Star, the Vietnam restaurant of Rustle & Still, owned by Tri Ngo and Hang Vu is often crowded at noon as well as on weekends.
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