Completed 21: Eat at Four Sisters Vietnamese Restaurant
“Four Sisters (originally Huong Que) has been part of the Northern Virginia community for nearly two decades. Four Sisters was founded by Mr. and Mrs. Kim Lai, natives of Vietnam, in 1993. They dreamed of opening a restaurant that offered the cuisine of their homeland. Together with their four daughters — Ly, Le, Lo-Ann, and Lieu, and their two sons, Hoa and Thuan — they opened a modest restaurant in the Eden Center, a Vietnamese shopping center in Falls Church, Virginia, that offered an extensive menu of home-style Vietnamese dishes. After many successful years in Eden Center, the family moved Four Sisters to a new location in Merrifield Town Center, where they enjoy the loyalty of their existing customers and continue to attract new clientele.”
I think I’m late to the game on this one, but excuse me while I catch up. I’ve heard nothing but great things about this restaurant and finally indulged in the delicious offerings at Four Sisters.
Whoa, is it good. We ordered shrimp skewers, lettuce wraps, and garden rolls. It’s fresh, inexpensive, and damn tasty. Kris isn’t as adventurous as I am when it comes to food, but he really enjoyed his first Vietnamese experience. If you haven’t been, go. Everyone else in Northern Virginia has.
This goal also helps Kris with 28. Try a different local restaurant every month. We like our intersectional goals.