During September, MÃ¶venpick Hotel Saigon has a promotion especially for Asian cuisine lovers.
There is a clam hotpot promotion, Chinese dim sum, Hong Kong noodle and Thai food promotion at various food and beverage outlets of the hotel.
Throughout the month, Iki Japanese Restaurant is your spot for the clam hotpot. During this promotion, a clam hotpot is priced at VND159,000. On Saturdays and Sundays, carafes of hot sake Etsuno Hajime are also available. A 120ml serving is priced at VND1 million, and the larger, 300ml serving of sake is VND2 million.
Iki Japanese Restaurant will also feature sushi blast, which is priced at VND199,000++ per person.
Lotus Court Chinese Restaurant in the hotel is featuring an all you can eat dim sum brunch on September 2-4 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Priced at VND250,000++ per person, this promotion offers a big selection of dim sums created by Chinese chef Ng Chee Kin and his cooking team.
The restaurant also hosts a Hong Kong noodle lunch promotion until September 30.
There will be nine options of noodle dishes including Cantonese seafood noodles, Kowloon duck bowl, Hong Kong wonton noodle soup, Shenzhen pork noodles, ying & yang Chinese tonic broth, dragon tail "E-fus", terracotta seafood noodle pot, fiery Phoenix tail, and Guangdong vermicelli. The price is VND125,000++ per course.
From September 5 to 20, Café Saigon Restaurant at the hotel offers an international buffet, including authentic Thai dishes prepared by a guest Thai chef from the MÃ¶venpick Hotel Karon Beach Phuket.
On this occasion, Thai signature dishes include tom yum goong, pad Thai, green curry, and yam won sen. A traditional Thai dessert, mango with sticky rice, will be available at the international buffet.
Lunch is priced at VND380,000++ per person excluding beverages. Dinner is VND680,000++ per person and Friday's seafood wave is VND780,000++ per person, including free flow house wines, draft beer, soft drinks, coffee and tea.
MÃ¶venpick Hotel Saigon is located at 253 Nguyen Van Troi Street, Phu Nhuan District, Ho Chi Minh City.