Fine dining and craft beers in Ho Chi Minh City
Having travelled to various parts of Vietnam last year, we really wanted to go back to Ho Chi Minh City for the week to explore more of the food scene

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Whilst Ho Chi Minh City is undoubtedly a haven for those that love to get into the local street food scene, we found that there is also an incredible up and coming F&B experience that jumps right into the heart of fine dining and craft beverages. From the numerous Vietnamese / French fusion restaurants to incredible steaks, burgers and almost every cuisine you could think of, and on top of this, some incredibly cool Craft Beer Tap Houses and numerous trendy cafes and bistros.
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Ho Chi Minh City (commonly known as Saigon) is a city in southern Vietnam famous for the pivotal role it played in the Vietnam War. It's also known for its French colonial landmarks, including Notre-Dame Cathedral, made entirely of materials imported from France, and the 19th-century Central Post Office. Food stalls line the city’s streets, especially around bustling Bến Thành Market.
Strategically located at the best of downtown Saigon, the Rex is a luxury 5 stars hotel heritage dating back to early 20th century when it was originally opened as a French garage. For over 90 years, as a landmark, as well as a witness of the ups and downs of the city’s history, the Rex was rebuilt to become one of the city’s most incredible addresses. It prides itself to offer guests many high-class facilities including 286 individually designed guestrooms, a range of function & meeting room’s ideal for wedding, business or events, a health club, and four in-house restaurants, cafe and bar.
East meets west at this stunning example of French Colonial architecture in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City. The gleaming white municipal theater, which is home the Ho Chi Minh City Ballet and Symphony Orchestra, was built in 1897. Its well-lit façade casts a brilliant glow on nearby city streets. Visitors can file into the 1,800 seat theater to catch regular dress rehearsals, or buy a ticket for one of the weekly cultural shows the theater is known for. On weekends, free public performances take place on the opera house steps and the nearby park offers travelers a perfect spot to stop and enjoy the music.
From $112.00
Discover the rhythms of daily life in the Mekong Delta on a full-day boat tour from Ho Chi Minh City. Visit a riverside market and village, a Cao Dai Temple, a Buddhist pagoda, artisan workshops and a family homestead where you can sample fresh coconuts and local whiskey. You'll also enjoy a light breakfast on the boat and traditional lunch prepared by a private chef. This day trip is limited to 14 people to ensure you enjoy a small-group experience with your guide.
Stoker is a step back in time to the art of cooking with meat with fire. Our open kitchen features a wood-fired oven and custom made ‘dueling’ wood-fired grill. However before our meat is introduced to the grill the Stoker team has carefully finished them in the in-house smoker or dry-ageing room to ensure maximum flavor and finish. Stoker is set in a warm and endearing country club atmosphere as our patron Fox Stoker would have fancied and the dining experience is complimented by a classic list of cocktails and fine wines. More than a grill, more than a steakhouse, Stoker is a unique fixture on Vietnam’s dining scene for those that like meats well prepared and expertly cooked.
Tucked away on the hotel's 3rd floor adjoining Reflections Restaurant, Martini Bar is a hidden gem for those looking for a relaxed afternoon and evening drink after work or exploring the city. The space was the home to the CBS news bureau during the 1960's and the walls are adorned with images of the past for all to take in. Martinis with various combinations of premium spirits and other fresh flavours will figure prominently in the drink menu and our team will ensure your favourites are available.
Nothing much more to say - a day off chilling by the pool and catching up on some reading and relaxation
Ten floors above the heart of the city, Saigon Saigon Rooftop Bar is an iconic, inviting space to share a drink, soak up sunset views, or unwind with live music and good company. Since 1959, the bar has drawn people from all over the world to its open-air tables and breezy verandah. Saigon Saigon played a prominent role as a haven for wartime journalists in the 1960s. The heritage wall along the staircase leading to the entrance highlights pivotal moments in Caravelle history.
“Located in the heart of old colonial French Saigon, Le Maison de RuNam D’Or is an elegant, sophisticated bistro restaurant housed in a quintessentially French style villa. Known for its attractive outdoor terrace overlooking the Cathedral, RuNam D’Or excels in European-Vietnamese fusion home cooking, accompanied by an extensive wine cellar, the best coffee in Vietnam - Cafe RuNam - and the luxury and popular RuNam gifts and coffee sets popular with local business people, visiting overseas Vietnamese and tourists from around the world. Come experience a taste of old Colonial France with a contemporary twist in a magical setting - Bonjour, Xin Chao and Welcome to RuNam D’Or".

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