For a festive feast this Easter, try celebrating the holiday in stylish Saigon, where these dining options make for unforgettable experiences.
Le Méridien Saigon
Le Méridien Saigon’s Latest Recipe, one of the eight best restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City according to Tripadvisor, is offering a delectable Easter seafood buffet this Sunday, called the Latest Recipe, and live performances by the Elegant Band.
The buffet menu offers a wide variety of seafood. Photo courtesy of Le Méridien Saigon
The brunch buffet will be held Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. and cost VND1,590,000 ($67.80) per guest. The Easter dinner buffet will be held on the same day from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and costs VND1,590,000 per guest.
There will be a special kid’s corner where children can paint eggs and enjoy other fun activities.
For adults, the Bad Bunny Party at BAR SON from 8 p.m. to midnight on Saturday will be open for free, giving one the chance to win a YSL lipstick prize gift. Tables are limited.
The Le Méridien Saigon is at 3C Ton Duc Thang St., District 1.
InterContinental Saigon’s Easter Brunch will be hosted at Market 39 this Sunday from noon to 3 p.m., offering unlimited king crab legs, snow crabs, and more than 80 other tantalizing dishes. There will be a kids’ corner with fun activities, and live music. This Easter event will cost VND1,980,000 ($84.43) per guest.
Market 39 offers a kids’ corner with fun activities like egg decoration this Easter Sunday. Photo courtesy of Market 39
For those looking for an Italian-style Easter celebration, Basilico is offering a special edition of “Amici Miei” Easter Brunch. Inspired by Italian Easter classics, Amici Miei Easter brunch features a generous spread of appetizers and desserts, including the Grandma Nardi Italian Easter Bread and Torta Pasqualina. This brunch costs VND595,000 ($25.37) per person for food only. If you opt for Cantonese cuisine on this special occasion, try Yu Chu restaurant, where you’ll be treated to a complimentary panna cotta in a rabbit-shaped presentation.
All three restaurants are on the first floor of InterContinental Saigon at the corner of Nguyen Du St. and Le Van Huu St. in District 1.
The Reverie Saigon
This Easter, The Reverie Saigon offers its Easter Brunch at Café Cardinal, but guests can also try Easter-inspired delicacies from its other restaurants, including Da Vittorio Saigon, The Royal Pavilion, The Long @ Times Square, and The Reverie Boutique.
Easter Eggs meticulously crafted by the talented pastry chefs at Reverie Boutique. Photo courtesy of The Reverie Saigon
Café Cardinal’s brunch costs VND1,788,000 ($76.24) per person including food, soft drinks, juices, tea and coffee.
The Reverie Boutique offers crafted Easter eggs made by in-house pastry chefs. The chocolate eggs are inspired by legendary Faberge Eggs, the jeweled eggs created by the legendary House of Fabergé in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The price for each egg starts at VND328,000 ($13.99).
The Reverie Saigon is at 22-36 Nguyen Hue Blvd., Ben Nghe Ward, District 1.
Sofitel Saigon Plaza
Le17 Bistro at Sofitel Saigon Plaza is offering a luxurious French-style dinner menu for this Easter celebration. The 4-course set menu includes a premium Alaskan crab appetizer, pan-seared red mullet, Australian beef tenderloin, and Easter dessert which includes an Easter egg, passion fruit, and vanilla ice cream.
The Alaskan crab appetizer is featured on the Easter menu at Sofitel Saigon Plaza. Photo courtesy of Sofitel Saigon Plaza
Easter Dinner will be held on Sunday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. for VND1,200,000 ($51.17) per person.
Sofitel Saigon Plaza is at 17 Le Duan Blvd, District 1.
Novotel Saigon Center
An Easter buffet lunch at the Square restaurant at Novotel Saigon Center this Sunday features traditional Easter cuisine as well as a scrumptious pastry area, and a milk tea station. The restaurant also offers a cupcake station where guests can decorate their own cupcakes. Children can also enjoy Easter chocolates as a giveaway.
Cakes adorned with Easter decor and designs. Photo courtesy of Novotel Saigon Center
The Easter-themed buffet costs VND527,000 ($22.47) per person and includes free flow of soft drinks, coffee, tea and mineral water.
Novotel Saigon Center is located at 167 Hai Ba Trung St., District 3.
East by Ngo Thanh Hoa
The restaurant features dishes inspired by the diverse cuisine of Southeast Asia. The “Far Far Easter” menu features five new dishes created specifically for this year’s Easter holiday.
The menu combines traditional Easter flavors with a Far Eastern twist, including dishes such as tooth fish soup with gingko and mushroom, slow cooked pork belly with ginger and mixed spices, and over-roasted half yellow baby chicken served with salad.
Food is prepared at East by Ngo Thanh Hoa. Photo courtesy of East by Ngo Thanh Hoa
The menu costs VND1.399.000 ($59.65) per person, and wine pairing costs VND399.000 ($17.01) per person. This menu is available from Friday to Sunday.
East by Ngo Thanh Hoa is at 73 Ba Huyen Thanh Quan St., District 3.
Maison Marou offers various Easter egg treats for the holiday.
A dark chocolate egg at Maison Marou. Photo courtesy of Maison Marou
The shop’s Easter eggs come in two options, one with 65% of dark chocolate for the chocolate lovers, and one with 48% of milk chocolate. These dark chocolate
Maison Marou’s Easter Special Edition Eggs are available at all locations in three sizes.
The Easter treat menu starts at VND150,000 ($6.40).
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