Restaurant Made 1,000 Meals For Hurricane Victims, Hasn’t Been Covered by Media. Let’s Thank Them
During hard times, it is our moral duty to be human enough and help those in need. Unfortunately, the recent Hurricane Harvey had disastrous consequences, so in the aftermath, residents, businesses, volunteers, and responders, did all possible to be of help to the others.
This was also the case with the staff at Sake Sushi Bar and Lounge in Port Arthur, TX.
Even though their efforts have not been covered by the media, Keith Nguyen, the son of Phe Nguyen, used Facebook to share the story about his father and his uncle, Binh Nguyen, who provided delicious meals in their restaurants for people who are running out of food.
“My dad and uncle Binh own a restaurant in Southeast Texas and they were also affected by Harvey but the media doesn’t cover it. Today, them, their staff and volunteers helped create over 1000 meals for victims, first responders, and other volunteers.”
He said that they deserve appreciation even though they do not expect to be patted on their backs.
“My dad and uncle are both very humble about it but I believe they at least deserve recognition and appreciation for everything that they do. Their restaurant is Sake Sushi Bar and Lounge in Port Arthur, TX. If you’re ever in the area you should stop by and support these hard working men, or even share their good deed on Facebook. They deserve it.”
His post was shared over 244,000 times on his Facebook page alone, as well as more than 8,500 times on Love What Matters’ Facebook page.
“It takes people like this to prove to all America that we have good, kind-hearted people everywhere! Thanks and God bless!”
“Words cannot convey the gratitude and thanks for your great deed! We are all one!!”
“God bless Binh Nguyen and Phe Nguyen for their generosity. Everyone should look up the Sake Sushi Bar and Lounge when in Port Arthur, TX!!!!”
The Beaumont Enterprise reported that the hard work ethic and sense of community of the brothers Nguyen was inherited from their father. Thank you, Keith, for spreading the word and restoring the faith in humanity.
These people are worth meeting, and their restaurant is undoubtedly my next destination when in Port Arthur!