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Propaganda Vietnamese Bistro: Delightful Intro To Vietnamese Food

Saigon is widely known, as gastronomy of multiple regions of Vietnam, checking off a list of must-try Vietnamese best food at Saigon is an exhilarating thing to do in your trip. Well, prior to immerge in richly authentic dishes, a masterful mix of traditional Vietnamese food with modern cookery is delightful introduction to Vietnamese cuisines.

Lune Production thereby invites you compelling offer for a more pleasant trip in Saigon, Vietnam. A free set menu of Vietnamese food at Propaganda Vietnamese Bistro when purchased tickets of Lune Production's Vietnamese culture shows, specifically:

With 1 ooh![O] ticket at 1.250.000 VND of Lune Production’s cultural shows at Saigon Opera House, you are invited to a savory meal of Vietnamese cuisines at the chic Propaganda Vietnamese Bistro, with choice of 01 out of the 03 listed menus.

Terms & Conditions

- Promotion applies for 10 guests per show.

- Combo applies only with Offer Coupon issued by Lune Production Box Office staff and not be combined with other promotions from Lune Production and Propaganda Vietnamese Bistro.

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

- Applied for Lune Production's shows at Saigon Opera Houses. 

- Combo is valid through 30th Jun 2020.

- To purchase these combos, please contact or come to Lune Box Office at Saigon Opera House.


A world of good-natured propaganda where slogans are replaced by easy-going dietary advice such as “Mỗi ngày ta chọn một món ăn” (“Every day we chose a new dish”), an echo to “Mỗi ngày tôi cho một niềm vui” (“Every Day I Choose a New Joy” by Trinh Cong Son, Vietnam’s most famous composer, songwriter and poet). If you want to get an original but creative sense of Vietnamese homemade food, Propaganda Vietnamese Bistro might be a great choice for you.


Propaganda's indoor view


All elements of design are locally sourced and produced by Vietnamese craftsmen and women, including the propaganda art mural. The menu, with its already famous various spring rolls, features simple, wholesome, yet incredibly flavorful food prepared with the best and freshest of ingredients.


Vietnamese food in Saigon


The originality lies not only in the composition of the dishes (think 100% Vietnamese ingredients, envision Vietnamese home cooking “redesigned” and stay well clear of fusion) but also in the presentation. Its made-to-order spring rolls are cut into mouth-sized bites that make them easy to share and a pleasure to eat. This carefully selected recipe is more reminiscent of sushi than the familiar large lumps of invisible food, which have grown so accustomed to be served.


Propaganda art mural


On the visit of Lune Production’s customers, Propaganda Vietnamese Bistro combines a right balance experience between traditional Vietnamese food with modern inspiration, packaging inside 3 menu options:


Menu 1


Menu 2


Menu 3 (Vegetarian)


Find out more about Propaganda Vietnamese Bistro at: 21 Han Thuyen Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, adjacent to top tourist attractions: Saigon Central Post Office, Notre Dame Cathedral and Reunification Palace.

We hope to welcome soon.

Lune Production Team.

Shows by city

A O ShowA O Show

A O Show

A vivid portrait of Vietnam in urbanization time, painted with unique stage visuals and a touch of humor.

The name ‘A O’ derives from ‘Lang Pho’, which means ‘village and city’. The show depicts the charming beauty and cultural richness of Vietnamese life in the countryside, in contrast with the nation’s racing urbanization. The show is a unique mix of bamboo circus, acrobatic acts, dance, and theatrical visual art. The live music echoes Vietnamese Southern work songs. All in all, this beautiful blend of genres creates a unique stage language, which well captures the essence of Vietnam’s fascinating culture.

Lang Toi - My Village

The poetic beauty of Vietnamese village life, recreated using iconic bamboo, breathtaking cirque and exotic live music.

Lang Toi (My Village) is a delicate merge of tradition and innovation, where poetic beauty of Northern Vietnam’s village life is presented under Vietnamese Bamboo Circus approach. Farming, building activities, traditional games, lifestyle of Northern villagers are recreated by ancestral bamboo props, breath-taking circus and acrobatics, rhythmic dance, to distinct folk music from more than 20 musical instruments.

Lang Toi - My VillageLang Toi - My Village
Palao - PHU SA SEPalao - PHU SA SE

Palao - PHU SA SE

This ‘living museum’ of Cham culture uses contemporary dance and indigenous music to share untold stories of a lost civilization and messages of humanity. A non-profit project by artists at Phu Sa SE, a Social Enterprise with visions to preserve native cultural heritage, sponsored by Lune Center Hoi An.

This ‘living museum’ of Cham culture uses contemporary dance and indigenous music to share untold stories of a lost civilization and messages of humanity. A non-profit project by artists at Phu Sa SE, a Social Enterprise with visions to preserve native cultural heritage, sponsored by Lune Center Hoi An.

Teh Dar

Embodiment of vigorous Vietnamese tribes culture thru cirque, dance, music from tribal instruments.

Teh Dar invites audience on a venture into the enchanting world of Vietnamese highlanders. Wild animal hunts, moonlit romance, jungle's tales of death and reincarnation, are all recreated with stunning Vietnamese Bamboo Circus, daring acrobatics, and hypnotizing melody from exotic tribal instruments certified cultural heritage by UNESCO. Meaning ‘going in circle’ in the highland tribe K'ho's tongue, Teh Dar embrace and preserve beautiful and diverse Vietnamese tribal cultures. As the artists keep inspiring, the circle of tribal life keeps going, the cultures shall remain.

Teh DarTeh Dar
The MistThe Mist

The Mist

The essence of Southern farmers’ life expressed in sensual contemporary dance language.

The Mist tells a story Southern Vietnamese farming life, expressed through neo-classic and contemporary dance by skilled artists. Using rice cultivation as a metaphor to appreciate farmers’ dedication, from their misty dawn on the fields, their hardship and will power to rise up from humble muddy soil, to brace storms, to the moment they arrive joyously like shining pearls at harvest. The Mist is an hour of emotions, with myriad ups and downs, painted by sensational live music, splendid visuals, and colorful lighting effects.

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