VietNamese Kitchen

Our Story

Vietnamese kitchen started up from us, housewives. The first time, we were two people and just cook for fun. We cook Vietnamese traditional food for family and then for friends. Day by day, we grew up and cooked for some friends with services fees and the cost of ingredients. More and more Vietnamese women joined our group and we have a cooking service for anyone who needs traditional food for their party. We cook and customers need to pick up their orders.

As the same as working flow, we want to build a website to reach more customers who like and want to try Vietnamese food.

Our website will provide all Vietnamese food online and at stores. You can order online and our system will give you an estimated time to pick up. You are also welcome to our locations to try all fresh foods with our cooking.

Meet our chefs

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Nicole Routhier

She didn't play with paper dolls. But she had a grand time with paper playthings of a different kind. As a child growing up in Saigon, she cut out pictures of food from magazines - appetizers, entrees, desserts - and placed them in her school notebook. When she daydreamed about a life in food, she'd take out her many little cutouts and arrange them as if she were setting a table.

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Quyen Trinh

Quyen Trinh was from Saigon, Vietnam’s largest city. With a population of over 8 million, Saigon is not only Vietnam’s financial hub, but it is also Vietnam’s cultural center with arts, plays, music, and of course culinary excellence. When migrants from all over Vietnam moved to Saigon to find better economic opportunities, they also inadvertently brought their favorite food with them. Over time, Saigon turned into the mecca of Vietnamese cuisine. As a native of Saigon, Quyen got to sample the best in Vietnamese fares right outside her doors and has acquired a love for fine Vietnamese dining ever since.

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Christine Ha

Christine Ha has a M.F.A. in creative nonfiction/fiction from University of Houston's Creative Writing Program, where she also served as Fiction Editor for Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts. She received a B.B.A. In finance/MIS from The University of Texas at Austin in 2001 but decided words, rather than numbers, were more her thing after an autoimmune condition caused permanent vision loss.