Gift your loved one a delicious seven-course Valentine’s Day menu from Michelin three-star Chef, and embrace the romantic mood in Jardin Des Sens Saigon.
It's about time to plan for a nice gathering to celebrate the festive season and ending of 2018 in style. The signature menus of Jardin Des Sens are here to bring you a #Mesmerizing dining moment!
Learn from great Chefs and take back home professional tips and techniques that will truly make a difference in your home-cooking.
Richard Toix welcomes Master Chef Alain Caron to take you on a journey to the Mediterranean basin and its colorful and generous cuisine through a 8-course Dinner.
The concept of the special activity is very interesting and simple: For every one 8-course menu purchased you and your partners will receive 1 more complimentary 8-course menu with same extraordinary quality.
Kotaro has been the disciple of The Pourcel brothers at Le Jardin des Sens in Montpellier and then he has lead the cuisine of the renown restaurant Sens & Saveurs in Tokyo in 10 years.
A charity dinner party was held at French restaurant Le Jardin des Sens in District 3 of HCMC on August 29 and 30 to raise funds for Newborns Vietnam, a charity organization that funds research on neonatal mortality in the country.
Jardin Des Sens is thrilled to host an exclusive Truffle Dinner by Jacques Pourcel and Richard Toix. Indulge your senses with an exclusive 6-course menu showcasing premium local produce and the best Australian Perigord Truffles.
The First Michelin Dinner by Jacques and Laurent Pourcel in Vietnam is happening on August 4th! One night only! It has been more than 3 years that the twins Pourcel haven't organized a dinner together in Asia. With their four hands, they have a talent for producing contradictory flavors, so that in their dishes the contrasts meld together. In the space of just a few years the Pourcel brothers have become two of the very best ambassadors of French fine food. For this unique event, we are thrilled to concoct you a spectacular 8-Course Michelin Dinner.
Whether its French gastronomy drawing on Saigon’s colonial heritage, or home-grown chefs putting their unique spin on local dishes, Ho Chi Minh City has an eclectic range of high-end restaurants paying homage to local roots and international influences.