Every Saturday, I get together with a bunch of local bloggers for Dot Com Pho. What started as a two to four person lunch has grown to as many as 15 people showing up every week. Our goal is to get to the point where we can take over the entire restaurant.
For those who don’t know, Pho is a Vietnamese rice-noodle soup dish. It is served as a bowl of white rice noodles in clear beef broth, with thin cuts of beef (steak, fatty flank, lean flank, brisket). Variations featuring tendon, tripe, meatballs, chicken leg, chicken breast, or other chicken organs (heart, liver, etc.) are also available. It’s fairly inexpensive and makes for a nice lunch when combined with a glass of iced coffee. Any bloggers in the Vancouver area are welcome to join us for Dot Com Pho. It’s a great way to network and experience some culture at the same time.
If you have ever wonder what goes on at a Dot Com Pho, Stephen brought along his camcorder yesterday to film a Dot Com Pho documentary. Featured in the video were myself, Ed Lau, Michael Kwan (who works for Pho), Greg Morgan, Leo Chiang and Danny Chang. As you will see, Dot Com Pho is pretty much like this blog – it just a bunch of miscellaneous ramblings.