The Artful and Historic Interpretation of Indochinese Culture at SaigonSan Restaurant
Celebrate the rich and colourful history of the culture and cuisine of Indochine/Indochina at SaigonSan Restaurant, a museum/restaurant that guests can explore and taste all this community has to offer.
Featuring the very best cuisine from Vietnamese, Thai, with influences of Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar while also being able to enjoy the Arts od the Gods – beautiful historical artworks of Indochina in the atmosphere of the Angkor ancient kingdom and temples, SaigonSan is perfect for those who want a new dining experience that will blow everyone’s minds.
SaigonSan is located adjacent to Hotel Tugu Malang and the restaurant also includes the Royal Angkor Room, a commemoration for Jayavarman II, the founder of the kingdom of Angkor in the early 9th century, who resided for some time in Java during the reign of Sailendras kingdom. A section of the Royal Angkor Room represents the festive night markets such as the ones in Chiangmai in Thailand, Hoi An in Vietnam, Luang Prabang in Laos, and Siam Reap in Cambodia.
The menu at SaigonSan summarises beauty in flavour and aesthetics, but is also heart-warmingly delicious and unpretentious that it fits for the everyday life. The signature cuisine one will find is modern Vietnam and Thai. At SaigonSan, the Indochinese cuisine is all about irreplaceable exotic herbs that gives a particular cuisine such a distinctive flavour. The herbs used in each dish is grown in SaigonSan’s personal organic garden, together with all the other organic vegetables and salads served at the restaurant.
Some dishes worth highlight on the menu are Paw Pia Thawt – Deep fried Thai spring roll with minced chicken, prawn, crab & rice noodles, Bánh Bao – mini bao buns with duck, sunflower seed, cucumber, spring onion and fragrant herbs, Cha Ca La Vong – Hanoi’s classical dish of grilled fish with turmeric & dill, and Ga Roti – whole spring chicken marinated in 5 spices, roasted and dressed in soy sauce, among many others.
SaigonSan Restaurant is open for guests to embrace Indochinese culture in an interactive and memorable way. The cuisine at this restaurant paired with the classic ambiance of the restaurant will make history come alive. To learn more about this place or to reserve a table, visit their website, call at +62 341 363891, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.