Guidebook Cirrus Saigon: great views, limited seats

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Cirrus Saigon: great views, limited seats

“Breathtaking, unobstructed panoramas of the cityscape,” is just the start, says Asia Life. Cirrus Saigon has an “open-theatre kitchen, where guests can witness executive chef Gabriel Boyer and his team in action,” and “sleek dining tables surround the perimeter or perch on wooden mezzanines, ensuring every guest a direct view of the wonderland below.”

Bookings are limited to thirty guests per night “in order to ensure the best experience,” says The Culture Trip. The signature dish is pan-roasted Pigeon breast with arugula, cauliflower puree and Phu Quoc pepper puree -- “a rather unusual but very delicious dish,” notes Saigoneer, but it was “very tender and tasty” and the rocket salad came with “an amazing homemade vinaigrette.”

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