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YU LAN CELEBRATION WITH VEGETARIAN DELIGHTS AT THE REVERIE SAIGON
The Reverie Saigon’s three flagship restaurants will feature an array of vegetarian specialties this August in honour of the Yu Lan Festival.
The Royal Pavilion, Saigon’s premier Cantonese fine-dining restaurant, will feature a special six-course set menu featuring vegetarian dishes such as deep-fried eggplant with Japanese seaweed, pumpkin soup with bamboo fungus and Enoki mushrooms, and multi-grain fried rice with vegetarian chicken. This delightful Yu Lan feast is just 988,000++ per person.
Meanwhile, R&J Restaurant presents a selection of traditional Italian vegetarian dishes starting from 198,000++ per dish that will satisfy any palate. You can try delicacies such as crispy fried zucchini with eggplant and potatoes in light tomato mayonnaise; penne pasta with roasted eggplant, Burrata cheese and basil; or Porcini mushroom risotto with Taleggio cheese.
With its typical French flair, Café Cardinal has created a delectable selection of vegetarian dishes for your dining pleasure. Dishes include beetroot carpaccio with goat cheese and crispy lotus root, Café Cardinal ratatouille, and a magnificent apple tarte tatin with Madagascar vanilla ice cream. Prices start from just 188,000++ per dish.
Whatever style of vegetarian experience you are seeking, you will find it this month at The Reverie Saigon.
The Reverie Saigon
Times Square Building
22-36 Nguyen Hue Blvd. & 57-69F Dong Khoi St.
District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: (028) 3823 6688
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