We Suki Suki’s Global Grub Collective is a multicultural community based eating space owned by passionate cooks creating delicious, home-style, affordable food founded and curated by Q Trinh.

 
 
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CHICAGO, IL

The Beginning

1986

Quynh Trinh, known by her overwhelmingly loyal patrons as simply Q, helped her aunt Mykha open her first restaurant in the suburbs of Chicago, IL. She was sixteen years old working in a bodega and then helped open her second restaurant, Eurasia, when she was eighteen. “I get bored when I’m not challenged by something. Whether it’s managing a clothing store, assisting direct on commercials & films, or launching Tiger Beer in the USA: if I get bored, I leave, so I’ve done a lot through my life.”

 
 
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ATLANTA, GA

The First Venture

2012

A single mom armed with just two George Foreman grills, a basic coffeemaker, and $99 in the bank is all it took for Q to open We Suki Suki in East Atlanta Village in 2012. It became an instant success with Q later expanding into the building next door to house and launch the Global Grub Collective which features a community style eating area with an indoor street vendor feel.

 
 

ATLANTA, GA

A New Challenge

2019

7 years later, We Suki Suki is not only going strong, but it is a staple in the East Atlanta Village. Featuring everything from flawless mouth watering Banh mis to innovative sushi burritos to authentic Moroccan food, The Global Grub Collective has been home to many of Atlanta’s pop ups and will only be growing! We Suki Suki will be expanding soon in the Grant Park area of Atlanta for what’s sure to be an unforgettable experience and only the best culinary adventures curated by the Godmother of We Suki Suki herself.