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Les Jardins De La Carambole

Les Jardins De La Carambole Review

Neighboring the historic Citadel, this French-Vietnamese restaurant is fashioned after a colonial villa with green shutters, arched doorways, tile floors, and antiques dating back to 1915. Artwork depicts Vietnam scenes. Slightly pricey by local standards, the enormous menu features green mango salad, fresh spring rolls, beef in banana leaves, and grilled sea bass with a Mediterranean sauce, as well as sandwiches, pasta, and pizza. The goat cheese and prosciutto platter is superb, as is the roasted chicken in a white wine sauce. The Chinese emblem embroidered on staff uniforms and serviettes means "Live Long and Prosper." The restaurant has a second location in the backpackers' district at 19 Pham Ngu Lao St.

Updated: 07-09-2013

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