Former Fort Worth Vietnamese restaurant Four Sisters mounts a comeback
Photo courtesy of Four Sisters
A Vietnamese restaurant in Fort Worth that closed in 2022 is making a comeback: Four Sisters - Taste of Vietnam, the acclaimed, family-centric restaurant which left its location at 1001 S. Main St. in December after four years, will re-open at a new location in Mansfield.
According to owner Tuan Pham, the restaurant will open with the name Four Sisters - a Taste of Vietnam Moms Kitchen — because "Four Sisters - Taste of Vietnam" is just not long enough? — at 3806 E. Broad St. #124, in a space that was previously home to an Asian restaurant called Sprouts Springroll and Pho.
They plan to be open for service in November.
Pham, a Fort Worth native, worked as a chef at restaurants such as Shinjuku Station and Tokyo Café, before opening Four Sisters in late 2018 — named for his sisters, with a cuisine inspired by his mother that honored the Vietnamese cooking of his childhood.
Four Sisters also made the 2019 list of Best New Restaurants in the state by Texas Monthly magazine, the only restaurant in Fort Worth to make the list that year.
The menu ranged from shaken beef and lemongrass tofu, to trendy items like bao buns, pho, stir-fried lobster, and crab fried rice. The restaurant also had a liquor license, with craft cocktails.
Pham attributed the closure in Fort Worth to construction.
"So much is happening down the street, and Four Sisters being the only tenant on my side of Main Street was tough," Pham says. "It was a tremendous run, but this chapter is coming to a close."
A new chapter begins.