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Mary Nguyen Aregoni and Theresa Nguyen, along with their mother, Mama Suu

Saigon Sisters

A Family Feature

Saigon Sisters Restaurant located in the West Loop bustling restaurant scene, is run by Vietnamese sisters, Mary Nguyen Aregoni and Theresa Nguyen, along with their mother, Mama Suu. The main inspiration for beginning their business came from growing up watching their mother and grandmother ran successful businesses as food distributors to markets & embassies in Laos and eating amazing Southeast Asian and French foods at an early age.  After moving to the United States, their entrepreneurial spirit led them to work together and came up with the brand Saigon Sisters. And it all started at the Chicago French Market in 2009 where you can still find Mama Suu standing by her Pho station helping and serving Banh Mis, spring rolls, Pho and Baos to workers and commuters.

Their delicious food became so popular with the lunch crowd that they decided to open a restaurant close by offering dinner as well as lunch. The dinner menu combines traditional home cooked Vietnamese food with high quality ingredients and are paired with excellent selection of cocktails, wine, beer, and sake served by an experienced staff.

Now on their third location at Northwestern Memorial Hospital near the Magnificent Mile, you can have the same consistent and quality food as their other two locations. Everything is made from scratch fresh daily with premium ingredients while staying true to the bold and tasty flavors of Vietnamese cuisine.

In 2016, they opened Bang Chop Thai Kitchen, their fourth location (also in the West Loop) serving authentic Thai cuisine with a small and focused menu.
Bang Chop Thai Kitchen is BYOB.