Restaurants & Bars
Each outlet strives to leave culinary impressions that are no less memorable than the hotel itself.
Café Cardinal, the hotel’s central gathering place, presents an airy perch with sweeping views of Saigon and captivates with its lively open kitchen.
At The Royal Pavilion, the country’s most skillful Hong Kongese chefs present the finest Cantonese to be had in all of Vietnam. Jade stones, vermillion and traditional Chinese scenes painted on gold leaf are juxtaposed with chairs and tableware designed by Provasi of Italy to accentuate the restaurant’s stately ambiance.
Da Vittorio Saigon presents refined Italian favourites, including signature dishes from the eight Michelin-starred brand, with an emphasis on exquisite fine dining through masterful culinary presentation and impeccable service in a luxurious setting.
And at The Long @ Times Square, where 48 metres of bar counter stretches all the way from Dong Khoi Street to Nguyen Hue Boulevard, a wood-fired pizza oven imported from Napoli, classic bar fare and 32 flavours of homemade gelato tempt casual dining, either on The Long’s thoroughfare or in one of two air-conditioned areas.
Whether it’s croissants and Vietnamese coffee in the morning, a gourmet sandwich or salad at noon, or cakes, pastries and smoothies all day long, The Reverie Boutique offers an elegant lounge-style environment for dining in or taking away to enjoy.
Each venue cultivates a distinctive ambiance, from Café Cardinal’s lofty and refined setting to Da Vittorio’s intimate setting featuring a gallery-like collection of imported Italian furnishings, from The Royal Pavilion’s magnificent jade accents to The Long @ Times Square’s vibrant ambiance. Each is worthy of exploration.
Born in Brazil, Executive Chef Marcelo Geraldini brings his passion for food to The Reverie’s five venues. Overseeing the menus and quality, serving superb meals across Da Vittorio Saigon, The Royal Pavilion, The Reverie Boutique, The Long @ Times Square and Café Cardinal.