It wouldn’t be this part of the magazine without some amazing food offers from our friends at Sheraton Saigon. Level 23 Signature Restaurant have introduced a Chef’s choice set menu featuring the best of seafood during the month of April. Seafood lovers shouldn’t miss a chance to enjoy a five course menu — VND1,575,000++ per person — of high quality seafood.
If Easter’s your thing celebrate it on Sunday, Apr. 5 with a traditional Easter party at Saigon Café, featuring an Easter-themed buffet brunch — VND1,400,000++ per person — which includes free flow champagne and all the usual suspects.
If that isn’t enough, Saigon Café is celebrating Vietnamese Liberation Day with fresh seafood, Japanese specialties, Vietnamese food, a cook-to-order action station and a carving station that’s not to be missed — VND1,280,000++ per person, with free flow champagne and all the rest.
Get into Equatorial Hotel to celebrate the Vietnam’s second holiday season on Apr. 28, 30 and May 1. They’ll be hosting a buffet dinner party at Chit Chat restaurant — VND840,000++ per person — featuring chilli crab, kaki furai, grilled lobster and an international cheese board. If this doesn’t suit your palate, on the same days get into Orientica seafood restaurant for an ‘all you can eat’ dim sum — VND398,000++ per person, from 9am to 2.30pm.
You might be in the mood to celebrate Secretaries Day on Apr. 22 once you find out the guys are putting on a buffet lunch — VND598,000++ per person — featuring shark fin soup, deep-fried foie gras and marinated lamb shoulder. Not to mention an Equinox Spa voucher for the secretary in your life.
For Easter on Apr. 5, Chit Chat are doing brunch — VND790,000++ per person — featuring roast lamb, grilled lobster and roast beef, as well as their famous Chocolate Corner, filled with bunnies and eggs of the sweet variety. Free flow of drinks is included between 11.30am and 2.30pm, and its half-price for children between six and 12 years old.
Hotel Nikko Saigon
Celebrate the joy of Easter (VND1,100,000++ per person) at La Brasserie and your children will be walking home with an amazing homemade chocolate bunny — if they don’t get to eat the thing first! Available between 6pm and 10.30pm, the entertainment is daily except Tuesdays.
If dim sum is more you thing, Hotel Nikko’s Ming Court has you covered with their daily ‘all you can eat’ dim sum — VND400,000++ per person between 11am and 2.30pm, Monday to Friday, and VND500,000++ between the same hours Saturday and Sunday.
All things bright and beautiful are finding their way to the buffet tables at Nineteen this Easter Sunday, Apr. 5. Gather the family then treat your taste buds to mouth-watering mains such as roast boneless rabbit in red wine sauce, and stop by the prime meat grill station for the best barbecue in town. It wouldn’t be Easter without some chocolate indulgence at the dessert corner, where you’ll find stuffed dark chocolate Easter eggs and more. At VND1,490,000++ per person including free flow champagne, craft cocktails and selected house wine and beer, it’s a bargain.
Nineteen also has your Reunification and Labour Days planned. On the evenings of Apr. 30 and May 1, Vietnamese delicacies take pride of place alongside timeless Asian and Continental favourites, from fresh oysters and seafood, to vibrant salads, to flavourful soups, superior steamed fish, live grilling stations and tempting desserts. Dinner buffet parties at VND1,118,000++ per person.
A decadent, do-it-yourself chocolate fondue is also coming to Caravelle’s stylish Café de l’Opera from Apr. 13 to Apr. 19. Chocoholics and sweet-teeth will swoon over melted lava at 55 percent dark chocolate, presented with an array of irresistible bites for dipping, such as meringue sticks, strawberry sponge, fresh fruits and vanilla marshmallows. It’s priced at VND 168,000++ per person, served from noon to 5pm.