“Vietnam is not only about pho,” said Restaurant Manager Marc Hofmann, referring to the country’s famous soup noodle dish.
“We define ourselves with unique and healthy Saigonese dishes.”
As its name suggests, Le Garcon Saigon offers a dining experience that blends French elements with the vibrant flavours of Vietnamese cooking. A former colony of France, Vietnam has been influenced by the country’s cooking style and architecture. This is particularly the case in the southern city of Saigon, now known as Ho Chi Minh City.
The restaurant’s bright and welcoming dining space reimagines a brasserie in Paris with rich turquoise colours and artistic paintings. Vintage accents, including the tiled floor, luxurious banquettes and wicker chairs, reflect the romance of French dining. Le Garcon Saigon complements its delicious Vietnamese dishes with a well-curated list of French wines.
Le Garcon Saigon
12-14 Wing Fung Street, Wan Chai