Bites and Bubbles – Reviewing Caravelle Saigon’s Tapas Kitchen

THERE ARE ONLY so many ways to do fine cuisine – your à la carte restaurant, your buffet, your swanky café – but the Caravelle Saigon (19-23 Lam Son Square, D1) seems to have found one more. Determined to capture a fresh niche in contemporary dining, their newest venue Tapas Kitchen is the Caravelle’s tiniest … Read more

Dessert of the Gods

Chocolate, the “Drink of the Gods,” just makes everything better. By the mid 19th century, dark chocolate, together with whipped eggs, found its way into French kitchens in the form of light-as-air yet intensely flavorful chocolate mousse and has remained the classic French after- dinner dessert. The ‘dessert of the gods’. While adventurous cooks (“egged” … Read more