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Chicago Tribune: HaiSous review: Vietnamese restaurant in Pilsen showcases owners' brilliance, resiliency

You would need a heart of stone to root against HaiSous, the impressive Vietnamese restaurant that opened in Pilsen a little more than a month ago, and its owners Thai and Danielle Dang. Read More...


TimeOut Chicago: Embeya vets Thai and Danielle Dang bring authentic Vietnamese flavors to Pilsen—and the results are stunning.

In Chicago, fusion food is arguably easier to come by than authentic ethnic cuisine. That’s not to say that cross-cultural fare is a bad idea; Kimski, Mott Street and En Hakkore are examples of top-notch spots seamlessly blending traditions. But in some ways, creating something authentic seems like the harder feat. That might explain my high hopes for HaiSous, a new restaurant in Pilsen from Embeya vets Thai and Danielle Dang. Read More...


InsideHook: July 2017 The seven new restaurants you don’t want to miss

Banh mis aside, Chicago’s been starved for authentic Vietnamese options for far too long. No longer, thanks to the much-fanfared opening of Thai and Danielle Dang’s Pilsen spot, HaiSous. Thai, who dazzled us with pan-Asian dishes at Embeya before its unfortunate demise, gets back to his roots in the best way. Read More...


Chicago Magazine: HaiSous Might Be the Only Place You’ll See a Lo Dat in Action

Thai Dang knew that the only way he could replicate his favorite style of Vietnamese street food at HaiSous, his new restaurant in Pilsen (and his first since being pushed out of the beloved yet scandal-plagued Embeya), was to get his equipment straight from the source. Read More...


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