Last month, Saigon Sisters announced that Matt Riordan would be stepping in as the new executive chef, filling the spot vacated by Matt Eversman back in May. Now we finally get to see what Riordan has planned for the West Loop restaurant. The new fall menu actually coincides with Saigon Sisters' one-year anniversary, and the Vietnamese joint has some specials planned.
But first, as the restaurant explains, Riodran's menu showcases a "renewed vision for traditional Vietnamese classics." New items include a cao lau, a new pho soup, and a grilled rainbow trout. We have a list of most of the new dishes below. As for the anniversary, Saigon Sisters will be offering free sparkling wine to guests who stop by between Thursday, October 6th and Saturday, October 8th. That's a pretty good reason to check the new menu out.
Preview of Saigon Sisters Fall Menu
House Made Curry - Thai eggplant, fresh bamboo shoots over rice with meats such as venison osso bucco, goat or a vegetarian version with tofu
Special Pho - oxtail, bison carpaccio, house made sambal
Cao Lau - Fresh egg noodles with pork 3 ways,kamaboko, and gai lan (Chinese broccoli)
Vegetarian Soup - rice noodles with mushrooms and gai lan (vegan, gluten free)
Grilled Rainbow Trout - ginger nuoc cham, braised lotus roots, spicy curry pickled cabbage, watermelon radishes and red rice
Pork and Shrimp Fritter on Sugar Cane - with apple fennel slaw and maple nuoc cham
Baby Beets Salad - with green curry tapioca
Panna Cotta - with candied cocoa nibs
Sweet Potato Che
Banana Coconut Tapioca