Afternoon tea has become a long-standing tradition for many elites of society for around 300 years. With trade and good relations between the nations of Britain and France, the French quickly adopted Afternoon tea. Tea was first imported and drank in France in the 17th century. At first, it was mainly used for medicinal reasons but soon, tea became popular and enjoyable to drink while relaxing in the morning and afternoon among aristocratic ladies.
Afternoon tea in France is normally accompanied with the sweetest of pastries, chocolates that tantalize the taste buds, help bring a smile to the faces of the Parisian ladies. Inspired by dedicated tea culture, Hôtel Des Arts Saigon continues the French tradition of sweet cakes, pastries, Vietnamese savory canapés and chocolates with their own Paris-Saigon Afternoon Tea at the Café Des Beaux-Arts.
Take off from Paris and travel through your five senses to Saigon in the 1930’s Indochina. From the vintage music to the Vietnamese flavours of emblematic French delicacies, the Paris – Saigon Afternoon tea brings the chic travellers on a memorable journey.
Monday – Saturday | 02:30pm – 05:00pm
Cafe des Beaux Arts, Ground floor
Premium package: VND 550,000++/ person
Business class with Prosecco: VND 650,000++/ person
First class with Champagne: VND 750,000++/ person
The best thing about the Paris-Saigon Afternoon Tea at the Café Des Beaux-Arts is not just the decadent pastries you can look forward to, but the idea of travelling through time and cities that you experience in joy with friends.
Of course, this offer should not be enjoyed alone. As we mentioned before, The Paris-Saigon Afternoon Tea at the Café Des Beaux-Arts tastes best with friends who can appreciate the French handcrafted pastries, Vietnamese savory canapés and the finest of chocolates. Make a reservation today for all the ladies who like to relax in style.