If you are a French who wants a break from having Vietnamese meals and misses the French dishes, La Cuisine may be one of your best choice for a location that is just within a few minutes from all major hotels in the center. Being a small restaurant with only 20 seats, La Cuisine’s wooden tables and chairs, black & white photographs on the wall and warm lighting creates an enchanting and cozy atmosphere. In the restaurant’s limited but excellent menu, its home-made Foie Grass is probably one of the best in the city along with the tasty codfish that would melt in your mouth. The wine list is quite extensive with over 70 references from all over the world. About the price, it’s not cheap for Vietnam but would totally worth your money.
La Cuisine is on Ngo Van Nam street which cuts Ton Duc Thang Street - a major street which is adjancent to Saigon River.