Three’s A Crowd & Where Art, Food & Nature Collide

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CTY Kitchen + Bar is a kit of independent parts that offers a dynamic crowd in an all-in-one, all-day eating and drinking spot located at the center of Ho Chi Minh City’s biggest and most vibrant business towers.


CTY venue has already established itself as a hotspot for coffee and lunch-goers in its early soft opening days, with notable crowd favorites such as the Chicken Katsu Sando and the highly instagrammable Watermelon Cake. Its lush greenery and spacious outdoor dining also makes for a perfect break from the hustle and bustle of city life. As the eatery approaches its grand opening, the team has been gearing up to launch their fresh oyster bar along with comprehensive new dinner and weekend brunch menus. Stay tuned for more that’s in store for CTY, needless to say, this space is sure to become one of Ho Chi Minh City’s next hotspots.
72-74 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, Ward 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City. Tel: +84 28 3823 7188

Lavelle Library is a lifestyle, social and dining space that brings together people, art and nature.

Since opening, this beautiful space has quickly become popular among photographers and fashion enthusiasts in Saigon. Founded by the famous Vietnamese – French actress and dancer Do Thi Hai Yen, Lavelle Library offers a haven for those interested in exquisite art, a unique program of ballet fit classes or simply somewhere to chill out and unwind with a hand crafted cocktail at their Gallery Bar. They are earning a plethora of plaudits for the Chef’s Table monthly dining concept catering to just 10 guests and created by local chef Thao Bui who is shooting to prominence having recently been described by Vietnam’s Chef of the Year, Julien Perraudin, as being the “most underrated chef in Vietnam”. Please book early for the Chef’s Table to avoid disappointment. 
12 Street No.12, Thao Dien Ward, Thu Duc District, Ho Chi Minh City. Tel: (+84) 70 777 5277

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