June 27, 2022


Cooking is a hobby

NH Hong Asian Noodle Bar in Dover flooded with shoppers at opening

DOVER – The 3 house owners of Hong Asian Noodle Bar opened their doors May 14 for what they believed would be a slow smooth opening.

It failed to flip out that way.

The up coming day, a handwritten signal was posted on the door stating: “Sorry, closed thanks to the quantity of shoppers, we are out of almost everything.”

Word of Hong Asian Noodle Bar’s planned soft opening had quickly unfold on social media, and there was a flood of prospects eager to try out the foodstuff. The restaurant was confused, unexpectedly serving lots of more bowls of ramen than they had expected. The house owners had to shut quickly, doing work to restock their substances and employ much more employees.

“We imagined we’d get started smaller with a couple of tables and a minimal menu simply because we’re all very first-time business owners and preferred time to expand minor by small,” co-proprietor Joey Lin explained. “We have been surprised at how several folks arrived. We might be a smaller company, but to us it’s significant, so we are grateful for everyone’s tolerance.”

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The owners explained they program to reopen June 1.

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Dover inhabitants Joey Lin, Vivian Lin and Tin Zhang fulfilled soon after doing the job jointly in a local cafe 3 yrs in the past. Right after dropping their positions because of to the pandemic, the trio resolved to grow to be partners in a new undertaking.