Hôtel des Arts Saigon was honored to welcome back the former 3-stars Michelin chef Bruno Menard and to celebrate ‘Art de Recevoir’ and ‘Art De Vivre À La Française’ with quintessential diners on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd March 2018.
Discover a beyond-fine-dining experience with the exquisite view of Chef Menard in action through the open kitchen at our iconic Social Club restaurant above Saigon. With the exceptional standard ingredients and much more, the indulgent dining atmosphere will not fail your expectation. Local gourmands may opt for a full gourmet 5-course dinner pairing with premium wine at VND 3,388,000++ per guest.
With over 20 years of experience in Asia and more than 15 years in Europe and the USA, Chef Menard now shares his experience across the world. He has been nominated recently with the recognition title of President of Bocuse d’Or Asia Pacific and also chaired a panel of three judges on the famous television show: MasterChef Asia. Chef Menard’s last 3 star address, “L’Osier” in Japan, has been a wonderful venture bringing his touch of Michelin magic to the world and a new dimension of culinary to Asia.
Upon this culinary venture, Social Club Saigon and Hôtel des Arts Saigon is proud to be part of Goût de France on the 21st March 2018 among 3000 restaurants and chefs across 5 continents to celebrate gastronomy worldwide with the French epicurean tradition. Our Michelin Chef Menard will also be handing trophy to one of the three winners from the top-3 team of Bocuse d’Or Vietnam 2018.
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ABOUT SOCIAL CLUB RESTAURANT
Social Club Restaurant on the 23rd-floor is poised to make its mark on the city’s dining and nightlife scene, attracting hotel guests and in-the-know locals alike. Conceived by the internationally-acclaimed Super Potato design firm of Japan, Social Club’s gorgeous sumptuous interior is reminiscent of 1930s Indochina. Here guests can enjoy delicious casual European cuisine, paired with an array of spirits, fine wine and Champagnes as well as artful, handcrafted cocktails from the stunning Victorian vintage oak wood bar. The alchemy of Social Club Restaurant extends to the stylish Social Club Rooftop Bar, an outdoor lounge one floor above Social Club Restaurant, featuring breathtaking views of the city.
ABOUT HÔTEL DES ARTS SAIGON, MGALLERY COLLECTION
Hôtel des Arts Saigon, a member of MGallery Collection is designed for those who love to live and travel independently. This boutique hotel is a haven of art, style and culture in the heart of energetic Ho Chi Minh City. Combining the classical charm of “Indochine Française” with a sense of timeless chic that only MGallery can provide, Hôtel des Arts Saigon is perfect for people who travel with style and seek a hotel that exudes local character. Passionately independent, this exquisite Boutique Hotel fuses distinctive local flavor with classical charm and contemporary facilities to create memorable stays. With five distinct venues, Hôtel des Arts Saigon is the perfect place to enjoy exquisite cuisine and socialize in the company of friends: sample authentic Vietnamese flavors at the Saigon Kitchen, raise your taste buds to new heights at the Social Club Restaurant and Rooftop Bar, soak up the culture at Café des Beaux-Arts, overlook the bustling city below in the city highest infinity pool or relieve the stresses of life at Le Spa des Artistes. Guests are invited to experience “Memorable Moments” at Hôtel des Arts Saigon, MGallery Collection.
ABOUT GOÛT DE FRANCE
The Goût de France/Good France project was organized on the initiative of Alain Ducasse and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development.
Inspired by Auguste Escoffier, who launched the “Dîners d’Épicure” (Epicurean Dinners) initiative – the same menu, the same day, in several world cities and aimed at as many diners as possible – in 1912, Goût de France/Good France reproduces that beautiful idea with the desire to involve restaurants all around the world.
Each chef offered a “French-style” menu in their restaurant with a traditional French aperitif, a cold starter, a hot starter, fish or shellfish, meat or poultry, a French cheese (or cheeseboard), a chocolate dessert, French wines and digestifs, while remaining free to highlight their own culinary traditions and cultures.
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