Western cuisine is on the rise in Vietnam, and not just since yesterday: especially the metropolises Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi have seen a wave of French, Italian, American, Mexican and German restaurants in the past decade. Interestingly, Vietnamese seem to embrace this development. More and more local residents have been venturing to foreign […]

A few decades ago, Ho Chi Minh City’s Thao Dien area in District 2, home to La Villa French Restaurant, was little more than a poor, underpopulated swampland separated from the city centre by the Saigon River. Today, it’s one of Ho Chi Minh City’s most thriving wards – a high-end city within a city […]

Chef Thierry, Ms Tina and all the staff at La Villa would like to wish a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our customers, suppliers, and friends. A special time of the year deserves something special to help everyone celebrate, and La Villa has come up with two exceptional menus to […]

La Villa French Restaurant has recently added a collection of superb takeaway items to their menu. A glass-fronted refrigerator in the restaurant displays the delectable items for customers to drool over. This mouth-watering collection is enough to get anyone excited. No additives or preservatives have been used in the production of these superb takeaway dishes. […]

Once sampled it is never forgotten. The cheese trolley at La Villa is a joy to behold for turophiles in Ho Chi Minh City. La Villa have spent a long time and a lot of love developing this gastronomic delight. The trolley has 20 permanent residents to delight the palate and more visit on occasion. […]

La Villa’s Head Chef Thierry has just updated his already comprehensive menu to feature some excellent additions, with some rarities that are sure to surprise and delight even the experienced sommelier. La Villa’s “wine book” now has a selection of 30 wines, to make the total number of wines at La Villa an even 230. […]

Chef Thierry Mounon and his wife Mrs Tina Trang Pham have created the perfect setting in which to enjoy wonderful French food and practice your fine dining etiquette. There is no reason to get stressed about eating in top restaurants. The rules are mostly a case of just good manners, along with a few other things to keep in mind. To create the best impression with your guests or business colleagues there is a clear list of do’s and don’ts.