Hôtel des Arts Saigon has introduced its new Paris-Saigon Afternoon Tea this September. It’s the idea of a romantic and inspiring voyage between the two cities of love Saigon and Paris.
Take off from Paris and travel through your five senses to Saigon in the 1930’s Indochina. From the vintage music to the Vietnamese flavours of emblematic French delicacies, the Paris – Saigon Afternoon tea brings the chic travellers on a memorable journey.
Tea was first imported and drank in France from the 17th century. At first, it was mainly drank for medicinal reasons but soon it became so popular that ladies of the aristocracy started to enjoy it daily. Although this hobby quickly declined in France after the Revolution, a number of salons de thé and tea companies still found their ways to flourish until present. Today, the French salons de thé are trendy places where friends meet to enjoy delicate and refined tea. While the black tea is mainly drank, the young generation like to discover new flavours and enjoy the infinite possibility of the tea variety.
The best thing about the Paris-Saigon Afternoon Tea at Hôtel des Arts Saigon is not just the delicious pastries you look forward to indulging but also the memories of the old era that infused in every details from the decoration to the delicious treats on your table. All the sweet delicacies are served right on our inspiring bar counter and all savoury selections are served in a leather handy luggage.
For those who love sophisticated art-café that evokes French elegance and old-world glamour. Or people that looking for a cosy setting for business meeting or afternoon tea with friends and family, either indoors or out on the shady terrace. They can find themselves at Café des Beaux-Arts.
Paris-Saigon Afternoon Tea available from VND550,000++ per guest, every Monday to Saturday from 2:30pm to 5:00pm. For reservation please contact (+84) 028 3989 8888 or email@example.com.
HOTEL DES ARTS SAIGON – MGALLERY COLLECTION
- Address: 76-78 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
- Tel: +84 (0) 28 39 898 888.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org