When the journalist’s first question is to ask you about restaurant trends and you tell him that you don’t want to talk about that topic because you think it’s “uninspiring and boring”… aaaaand it makes it in the article. Teehee.
“Pauline Nguyen, her partner Mark and brother Luke were having a beer early one morning after another long night when it sank in: they were broken.
It was the mid-2000s, a few years after opening Vietnamese eatery Red Lantern in Sydney’s Surry Hills in 2002, and while success had flowed, so had the toll on their health and lives. And the Nguyen siblings, who migrated to Australia in the late 1970s after fleeing Vietnam by boat, had experienced it all before…” – Westpac Wire
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