Good Morning, Vietnam: Mira Place has turned central Tsim Sha Tsui into something of a dining destination. The addition of the all-new Madam Saigon to the roster of restaurants here is only set to cement this status.
Look & Feel: Simple yet cozy mall eatery. At least, that’s what we imagine the design brief for Madame Saigon to have been. Paneled French windows break up the space, while tables, chairs and floor are firmly wood with a dash of pseudo-ethical materials. As for colors, there’s only one way to describe it. 50 shades of brown (sorry, couldn’t resist) and maybe a dash of color for interest. Artsy versions of the Vietnamese farmers’ hats adorn the walls, just to add a focal point.
On the Menu: Madam Saigon offers well-executed Vietnamese fare. Phở, Bún, rice paper rolls and other similar Vietnamese dishes are all over the menu, but they’re given a discrete shake-up with Western ingredients and seasoning. Out to impress? Order the shrimp with mixed fruit rice paper rolls, or the tom yum koong soup with king prawn. You’ll want to make way for the unique Asian-style cocktails.
Great For: Casual catch-ups, and a dash of spice with dinner.
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This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.