Restaurant Review: Stoker Woodfired Grill & Bar

Caring about meats is what this grill house is all about The folks behind newcomers to the Saigon dining scene, Racha Room and Relish & Sons, completed a trifecta with the addition of Stoker Woodfired Grill & Bar (44 Mac Thi Buoi, D1). Located mere steps from Racha Room, Stoker welcomes patrons with a dark … Read more

Restaurant Review: Zeus

Authentic Greek fare at budget-friendly prices For all the great food that Saigon has to offer, it can sometimes be hard to find a good meal when you don’t feel like Vietnamese fare or necessarily want to blow the food budget on a single outing. What’s left is often greasy fast food or Western’ish dishes … Read more

Restaurant Review: Brotzeit

Bavarian comfort food in the heart of the city When contemplating German food, one conjures up images of Oktoberfest and all the stereotypes that accompany the famous festival. Men in lederhosen singing on top of long wooden tables, heaps of bratwurst and sauerkraut, and massive steins overflowing with ale served by beautiful young maidens are … Read more

Restaurant Review: Tandoor

An over-excited Indian who grew up in England, a tired American who had just survived two months in India and I, a foodie who had also visited the South Asian country, walked into the newly relocated Tandoor (39A – 39B Ngo Duc Ke, D1) to once again explore our fascination with Indian cuisine. As we … Read more

Restaurant Review: Catina Café

Representing a marriage of old and new, Catina Café (151/6 Dong Khoi, D1) mirrors the past and present of former rue Catinat (now called Dong Khoi) – a street once under French rule and home to a handful of colonial buildings that are still in existence today. Walk through the famous Art Arcade, past paintings … Read more