Monday, December 7, 2009

Cafe Lu Sexy Girls Wear Lingerie and High Heel


Remember my Old post about Girl Kopitiam in Kuala Lumpur my bad actually it is not in Malaysia but in America the owner is a Vietnam. All the Worker there wear very sexy.

Here the Link of My OLD POST

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She is Cece Nguyen

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Her name is Quynh Ly, 23 so HOT So YOUNG


wOW  they wear very high Hills


The Right is the Owner Natalie Nguyen, 35. At the left with pink bra is Annie Pham, 23


Jennifer Truong, 22


Annie Pham, 23

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Chanh Nguyen

Also They Have Their Own Calendar

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Some of the Video of the Girls and The Restaurant

When you talk about hot stuff at certain Vietnamese American cafes in Little Saigon, you're not just talking about the coffee.

This is where Hooters meets Starbucks.

This is where lingerie-clad, spandex-sporting, high heels-wearing baristas make your coffee, whip up your smoothies and refill your green tea.

These waitresses seem to have an unwritten dress code worked into their job description. Bra tops, bustiers, corsets, itsy-bitsy spandex tube tops and bottoms, micro mini skirts and clear stilettos are the norm. At night, the clothes get a little fancier. There's more satin and lace involved.

The most popular of these cafes — Caf� Lu on Harbor Boulevard and Caf� Di Vang 2 on Euclid Street — are packed day and night although they exclusively serve coffee, tea and smoothies. None of them offers alcohol, food or even light snacks.

Vietnamese people love their coffee. But the concept of sexy waitresses serving coffee definitely did not originate in Vietnam, says Natalie Nguyen, who started out as a waitress at Caf� Lu and bought the place six years ago.

"Vietnam is a conservative place," she said. "They do have coffee houses and women in traditional ao daisserving coffee — but nothing like this. You can't dress this sexy in Vietnam."

A thin cloud of cigarette and cigar smoke perpetually hangs over the heads of the mostly male clientele. Loud music — mostly Vietnamese or American pop — plays on the stereo. The heads and eyes turn frequently between the large flat screen TVs on the wall playing the day's sports and the tight, flat midriffs of the girls who walk by with their trays.

This kind of caf� culture is unique to Orange County's Little Saigon, a number of caf� owners and visitors say. A quick Google search reveals they are springing up in other Little Saigons in a hurry — in San Jose, Seattle and Houston.

You can't stop people from copying a good idea, says Nguyen.

"This is a big trend," she said. "Several years ago, not many people knew about it. But now, we get people from as far as Los Angeles and all over Southern California."

The girls not only soften the vibe, but more importantly, they bring customers back, says D. Nguyen (no relation to Natalie Nguyen), owner of Caf� Di Vang 2 on Euclid in Garden Grove.

"We're just like Starbucks," he said. "But if we were just a coffee place and had nothing more to offer, what's the reason for people to come back to us?"

The Vietnamese cafes have created a niche for themselves and are doing well in a time when other coffee houses are struggling, said Orange County restaurant consultant Randall Hiatt, president of Fessel International in Costa Mesa.

"The restaurant business is relatively entrepreneurial, creative and trend-setting," he said. "These cafes have definitely set a trend in Orange County and they're doing vibrant business."

Natalie Nguyen showed some of that creativity when she released a calendar with "the girls of Caf� Lu." Each month features a waitress. Nguyen herself is on the calendar's back cover.

This is, after all, a business where looks matter.

D. Nguyen says he picks his employees carefully.

"If you're working at a Hooters or a strip club, you have to look a certain way, right?" he asks with a smile. "But that's not all. You have smile and be nice to customers as well."

Natalie Nguyen agrees with her competitor. People get tired of seeing pretty girls if they don't get good service, she says.

Annie Pham, a waitress at Caf� Lu, says she likes to shop for her work clothes at Fredericks of Hollywood.

"I like their bustiers and corsets," she says, wearing a black bustier with a plunging neck line on a recent afternoon.

But it's a job like any other job, says Pham, 23. Still, many girls who work in these cafes hide it from their parents because Vietnamese culture is typically conservative, Pham says.

Vanna, a waitress at Di Vang 2, says she has never had a problem with this caf� trend.

"Every culture has their thing," she said. "Koreans have their sojubars, Middle Eastern people have their belly dancers and we Vietnamese Americans have our cafes. We sell coffee, we don't sell ourselves."

She says being hit on is "normal." The waitresses always get a lot of compliments and they handle them well, says Vanna, who did not want her last name mentioned.

Most of the visitors to these caf�s are loyal customers. Nguyen Than, 37, is there almost every day at lunch time. He says it's a relaxing place to escape to.

"As far as the girls, I don't really care. I know a lot of them. I don't hit on them," he says. "I just feel comfortable here."

Sonny Tran, 35, says the girls do motivate him to come in. He says he enjoys the back-and-forth chit-chat, the teasing and the casual atmosphere.

Theresa Nguyen was one of the few women in the crowd. She was there with her fianc�.

"It's a nice environment and not a big deal," she said.

Nguyen says she admires the girls. They're just working, she says.

"They're good-looking. They're beautiful. These girls are well-qualified for the job that they do."

Source: ocregister

1 Lovely Comment:

ellenyna said...

wow !