The Reverie Saigon will introduce Sunday Brunch at Café Cardinal starting this November. Café Cardinal presents an unprecedented experience for gastronomists in Ho Chi Minh City, raising the bar for Sunday Brunch with authentic French delicacies complemented by a distinct list of champagnes and sparkling wines to match.
For starters, savor a wide selection of fresh seafood, imported cold cuts, healthy salads and delicious chilled dishes from our buffet counters.
Breakfast fanatics take your pick from traditional offerings of free-range eggs cooked your style, fresh baked pastries, eggs Benedict, and much more. While from the show kitchen comes main courses of French gourmet delicacies featuring fresh seafood, imported US beef, and slow-cooked lamb shoulder served hot at the carving station.
Those looking to enjoy regional flavors can pick from a selection of Vietnamese and Asian recipes including seafood fried rice, chicken curry, fried beef kway teaw, and local specialties bun bo Hue, bo kho, and Vietnamese rice noodle soup.
Indulge your sweet tooth with an array of Belgium chocolates, macaroons, or go all-in at the chocolate fountain complete with fresh fruits, pastries, and heavenly French cheeses for fondueing.
Throughout the Sunday Brunch, Café Cardinal will also present specially priced bottles of premium Champagnes and sparkling wines including Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial, Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon, Louis Roederer Cristal, Krug Brut, Bellavista Alma Chardonnay.
The Café Cardinal brunch is hosted every Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with seating inside the restaurant and on the swimming pool terrace overlooking Nguyen Hue Boulevard.
Café Cardinal Sunday Brunch costs VND988,000++ per person and includes coffee, tea, and one glass of Henkell Trocken Kardinal sparkling wine.
Café Cardinal is one of Southeast Asia’s most distinctive, all-day dining venues, Café Cardinal delivers stunning views of Saigon and a tempting take on Sebastien Schneider and his chefs at work in an artfully designed show kitchen. Its extensive menu is decidedly French, with deliberate detours into complementary Western and Asian cuisines.
The restaurant is located at level 6, Times Square Building, 22-36 Nguyen Hue Boulevard and 57-49F Dong Khoi Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City.