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Hoa Tuc: The Art-Noveau Vietnamese Restaurant in Saigon

Learn about a nation's culture through cuisines is pleasurable experience, yet to satisfy even most picky visitors, Hoa Tuc is a highly recommended Ho Chi Minh restaurants thanks to its Art-Deco style and atmosphere match the excellence of its delicatedly prepared foods.

If be ready to manify your exposure to Vietnamese culture at the peak, an attractive combo jointly offered by Lune Production & Hoa Tuc promises a feast not only to the tastes but also the eyes. 

With minimum 2 ooh![O] tickets purchased at 1.400.000 VND/each, you are offered a delightful meal set at Hoa Tuc restaurant (beverage not included), for either lunch or dinner. 

Terms & Conditions

- Combo only applies with "Offer Coupon" issued by Lune Production Box Office staff.

- Combo offer is valid for 7 days after Offer Coupon is issued.

- Combo offers are limited to 10 guests per show.

Reservation is required.

- This offer cannot be combined with other promotions from Lune Production and Hoa Tuc Restaurant.

- Combo is valid through 30th Jun 2020.

You can book this package via website, email or come straight to our Box Office at the Saigon Opera House.



A lovely hidden gem tucked away in the stylish courtyard of Saigon


Vietnam is famous for its food, and as many have experienced, the best tastes of Vietnam are often found at the vendors all over city’ streets and alleys. However, within the last years, Vietnamese food has been taken to the next level. Now, in the modern yet nostalgic settings, the hearty dishes are meticulously prepared and beautifully presented, well, with a twist. Hoa Tuc restaurant is proudly the pioneer of this trend. Embracing the “fusion” concept with a creative menu that does not deviate too much from tradition, the talents behind Hoa Tuc gave Saigon its first contemporary cuisine restaurant in August 2008.


One of the best restaurants in Ho Chi Minh for authentic Vietnamese cuisine


Hoa Tuc, which translates to “opium poppy”, is a lovely hidden gem tucked away in the stylish courtyard where once was Saigon’s old opium refinery and just a block from the Saigon Opera House. Taking you away from the bustling streets, the noisy horns and the city heat, Hoa Tuc eases you with its lush greenery and creepers all around, its inviting Paris Metro inspired front terrace, its secluded al fresco dining section and charming air-conditioned indoor dining room, all locally furnished with custom-made wrought iron and cast iron furniture.


Paris Metro inspired front terrace


The elegant and sophisticated ambiance only matches the excellent quality of the food at Hoa Tuc. The head chef spent an entire year testing new recipes and assembling Vietnamese traditional ingredients in new ways with the ambition to establish a menu that wows senses. Hoa Tuc takes pride in using only fresh and local ingredients without MSG or any enhancing additives and preservatives. This dainty restaurant for sure doesn’t need any added enhancers for its food and its style are simply divine. Hoa Tuc is the perfect result of the beautiful affair between Vietnamese essence and modern flair, just like Saigon of today.


Combo Menu with our shows. One person chooses one menu 


You can absolutely ask our ticketing agents to make a lunch or dinner reservation for you. All you have to do is to present your show's white receipt with the promotion stamp at Hoa Tuc, get a table, and choose your favorite from the 2 sets of Hoa Tuc’s signature dishes that were handpicked with love for you. Only 10 guests are offered this combo per show.

You’ll fall in love with the BBQ beef in betel leaf and the Saigon-style pork & taro fried spring rolls!



Another special starter platter has mini fried and fresh spring rolls, crispy fish cake and green papaya salad.


BBQ baby squids, pan-fried filet sea bass and sautéed pineapple


Banana and sago pearls in coconut cream


Sesame sticky rice balls stuffed with bean paste served with coconut cream


Where is Hoa Tuc restaurant?

Address: 74 Hai Ba Trung Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

We hope to welcome you soon!

Lune Production Team


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