Old flair, new spirit

After a three-month renovation, Saigon Café Restaurant at the Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers has re-opened with a new design, including not only in its look and feel but also its dining concept.

on January 06,2017 12:00 AM

Old flair, new spirit

The restaurant was designed by Noor Design and Group8 Asia and creates an atmosphere enhanced by carefully composed elements that draw on the senses and the culture, spirit and communal experience that are the very essence of HCMC. The all-day-dining space itself, inspired by Saigonese traditions, local materials, customs and styling from the heyday of the city, has been enlarged and now takes up most of the mezzanine level and is flooded with natural light through higher ceilings and windows, opening up great views over Dong Khoi and Dong Du streets. Saigon Café Restaurant seats 254 and boasts a semi-private area with 42 seats.

It serves a wider selection of international dishes in a buffet style. The restaurant presents a feast for all the senses, focusing on personalisation, constant food-chef-diner connections, and making each interaction a unique dining experience. Seven live stations, including four show areas, are spread over a large and open space, inviting diners to take an exciting culinary journey around the world through premium seafood, Pan-Asian cuisine, Vietnamese specialties, and Western, Japanese and Indian delights. Sampling its innovative drinks is a must, as is its trendy desserts.

Saigon Café Restaurant

88 Dong Khoi, D.1, HCMC

Tel: (08) 3827 2828

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