Son Ha Restaurant, Saigon - review by Rusty Compass
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Son Ha Restaurant, Saigon

| 21 May 2013
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Son Ha Restaurant, Saigon
98 Nguyen Hue St, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Lunch and dinner

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Price guide: Around 200,000VND per person

Our rating
21 May 2013

Son Ha Garden Restaurant, now more often known as SH Garden,  relocated from the suburbs to the heart of Saigon, directly opposite the Rex Hotel back in 2012. The new venue, on top of a classic old apartment building with sweeping views across town, is a big shift from the rustic former digs - and there's been an accompanying upward shift in pricing too. And the upward price shift seems to continue with every visit. This place may well be getting a bit too expensive for what it is. The northern Vietnamese style cuisine is as tasty as ever and the large, relaxed, airy space is still popular with locals and travellers though some seem to have been scared off by the relentless price increases. The remodeled old lift that carries diners to the third floor is a nice touch too.

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