Due to a death in the family, I was kinda forced to celebrate my birthday earlier. I just decided to treat my sales group to a dinner in a new restaurant in Guadalupe. Little Saigon Big Bangkok serves Thai, Indonesian, Malaysian, and Vietnamese cuisine. I really love the flavors of Southeast Asia, so I felt that it was the perfect to try out the dishes of this new restaurant.
The place was packed even in a rainy September night. Luckily, we found a table. We feasted on satay, pad thai, curry, goi cuon, pho bo, banh mi, fried rice, grilled pork and a variety of desserts. It was money well spent and I am looking forward to going back and trying their other dishes. Although a bit pricey, I recommend that you eat here on special occasions or when someone from out of town visits.
Here are some of pics of my 36th birthday celebration with the "Rainmakers":
Southeast Asian Cuisine at Little Saigon Big Bangkok
Rainmakers Sales Group website
Rainmakers having fun at Aspen Heights
My 35th Birthday
Domings in Guadalupe: My favorite cure Ngohiong craving