VICTORIA, VIRGINIA — A young Vietnamese girl cafe manager who has worked with some of America’s most recognizable brands has revealed that she has had her cake and eat it too, as she became the first woman to work with a V-shaped cake on a national breakfast cereal.
On Wednesday, a video from the cafe, which is called ‘Cafe V,’ went viral after it was posted on social media.
In the video, the cafe’s owner, Chien Pham, tells the camera that she is proud of her employee and is proud to be a woman.
The video quickly went viral, garnering more than 3.5 million views.
A representative for Vogue Violets confirmed that the cafe is owned by the Vietnamese family of the famous French chef Thierry and has been serving breakfast cereal to the nation for more than 50 years.
The cafe is also a popular spot for children’s parties.
The owner told NBC News that she was proud to see her employees being recognized as women and wanted to share that with the world.
“We were all in shock when we found out,” she said.
“It’s just an amazing moment for our business.
We want people to know how hard we work to make sure our employees feel comfortable.”
Chien Pha said she first met a young Vietnamese waitress at the cafe in the late 1990s.
She later hired her as a waitress and later as a cafe manager.
The restaurant is located in the downtown Richmond section of Virginia.