Entering Au Manoir De Khai is an experience where you can almost forget you’re in Saigon or, better yet, even in the year 2010. The building is steeped in 100 years of history and French colonial architecture.
Does western-fusion French food tickle your fancy? If so, try out Gastro’Home, a new delicatessen where French chef, Stephane Courtin, and his team will assist you in a whole new food experience. Or, try the “at your home” catering service for a dinner, buffet or cocktail party.
Le Fenetre Soleil has reopened in a new location at 44 Ly Tu Trong, Q1 on the corner of Pasteur.
From Monday Oct. 4 to Sunday Oct. 17 shellfish lovers can indulge in a variety of fresh seafood at Restaurant Nineteen (Caravelle Hotel, 19 Lam Son Square, Q1).
The explosion of the kebab in Saigon has been one of the latest trends to hit the city. We take a look at what's available and work out whether it's actually any good.
Earlier in the year we ran a feature on New York Steakhouse. Here was a new 1940s-style Hollywood themed bistro and diner selling arguably some of the best steaks in Saigon and yet it was both set up and run by two French guys. It was an anomaly but it seemed to work.