SAIGON SAIGON so good they named it twice!

MOONCAKE Festival is also a big thing in Saigon, Vietnam  and they have very yummy Mooncakes at the Sofitel Saigon Plaza. This luxury hotel is one of my favourites in Vietnam and the Executive Chef is one of the nicest gentlemen you could hope to meet. They also have very good food at their haute cuisine restaurant called L’Olivier which is renowned for its extensive Cheese Selection and Provencale specialities! Bon appetit!

Alluring MoonCake at Sofitel Saigon Plaza

Mid-Autumn season, also known as the Mooncake Festival, is the second largest celebration in Sino-Vietnamese culture. It is a time for family, friends and business associates to get together and share the enjoyment of delicious Mooncakes. This year, our Gourmand Shop presents its original Mooncakes with 5 different flavors: Pure Lotus, Green Tea, Red Bean, Tiramisu, Mixed Nuts, packed in beautifully decorated gift boxes.

Box of 2 at VND298,000+
Box of 4 at VND528,000+
Box of 8 at VND988,888+

Gourmand Shop – Lobby level
20 August to 12 September 2011
7:00 AM to 9:00 PM 
 Sofitel Saigon Plaza
17 Le Duan Boulevard, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tel : +84 (8) 3824 1555 – Fax : +84 (8) 3824 1666 – fb@sofitelsaigon.com.vnwww.sofitel.com/2077

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One Response to SAIGON SAIGON so good they named it twice!

  1. Monte Cristo says:

    Very nice hotel and food!

    Like

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