Cafe de l’Opera/Tapas Kitchen

Café de l’Opera:

Taking its name from Saigon Opera House, which it faces, Café de l’Opera is a stylish cafe that allows you to sit back, enjoy the view, and sample a range of sweet or savoury delicacies and pastries. And if you can sip on a premium Lavazza coffee or luxurious Ronnefeldt tea at the same time? All the better.

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With natural light emanating from floor-to-ceiling windows, the ambience of the cafe is further enhanced by the soothing strains of jazz and mellow tunes played by a live musical duo. Café de l’Opera is perfect for business meetings or friendly catch-ups.

Tapas Kitchen:

A contemporary and social meeting point for epicureans who enjoy a taste of everything, Tapas Kitchen specialises in creating innovative small plates for sampling or sharing with friends by borrowing flavours and techniques from around the world.

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The chefs add new specials daily on the prominent blackboard near the counter and servers are more than willing to recommend appropriate wines and spirits from the a la carte menu to pair with your meal. The long bar on the ground floor, with easy access to the street, is perfect for a quick business lunch or an aperitif to kickstart your evening.

Local Insight

Elegant Evenings @ Café de l’ Opera: An extended happy hour runs from 7:00 p.m. to midnight, offering 50% off your total beverage bill, excluding champagne, full bottles of wine and spirits.

All-new Afternoon Teas @ Café de l’ Opera: Sample their newly updated afternoon teas from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily, which features with a range of small bites from local specialties like “bánh gấc” to slow-cooked lamb puff pastry.

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