Welcome to Minh's Bistro
I would like to extend a warm welcome to current and future patrons of Minh’s Bistro in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Although my first name is Thinh, I chose to name my bistro -- the first Vietnamese restaurant in the area -- in honor of my youngest brother, Minh.
I was born one of eleven children and raised in Saigon at the height of the Vietnam War. I immigrated by myself to the United States at the age of 20. After a period of struggle adjusting to a new language and culture, I studied electrical engineering at George Washington University. At age 31, I married an American woman, Ashley (long story!) and in our early 40’s, we had our only child, a daughter whose American name is Emma Margaret. With the support of my family and after retiring from a 28-year career designing electrical systems for high security government buildings, I am able to fulfill a lifelong dream of both entrepreneurship and giving back to the country that so generously sponsored me over three decades ago.
By opening up an authentic Vietnamese restaurant, I am happy to introduce my culture and cuisine to my friends and neighbors in the Delmarva community while providing employment opportunities for my fellow American citizens. I am indebted as well to the Vietnam Veterans who sacrificed so much for our freedom. In a gesture of my sincere gratitude for their service, Minh’s Bistro offers Vietnam Veterans, as well as all active military personnel and their spouses, 50% off all food items on the first Monday of each month.
I hope to share a bit of my homeland, its customs, cuisine and charm with all who visit Minh’s Bistro and invite you to click the link below to learn more about my improbable but quintessentially American journey from a poor suburb of war-torn Saigon to Minh’s Bistro in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
God Bless America!
-- Thinh Pham, Owner
Proud To Offer 50% Off
For Service Members
On the 1st Monday of every month for food items only for members of the U.S. Military and their spouses..
Following are some helpful links for those interested in learning about the Vietnam conflict:
And in Vietnamese:
Do You Know Your Vietnamese Zodiac Symbol?
Based on the Eastern Zodiac you may be familiar with used in China, Japan and Korea, it is one of the oldest horoscope systems in the world.
Click on the link below to learn of the positive and negative personality traits associated with the Animal Year of your birth. If you don't think it describes you, look up the Animal Time of your birth and see if that sounds like a better fit. You can also learn how the Elements and Yin & Yang play a role.