Cuisine: A La Carte, Grill, Vietnamese
Price Point: Mains from $15 - $30

Traditional Vietnamese food meets Tasmanian quality produce at Saigon District.

Located in North Hobart, Saigon District entices visitors with cosy d├ęcor and welcoming attitude. The colour scheme is warm; the hospitality is warmer still. Knowledgeable staff are always happy to help and make sure your visit is a memorable one.

The ethos behind the menu is sharing. The dishes have been created with typically Vietnamese thought and presentation, fresh ingredients produced with love and enthusiasm.

The Saigon scallops served with scallion sauce and wagyu beef betel leaf are not to be missed, while the shaking beef with lemon candy and watercress salad will leave you wanting to book a flight to Ho Chi Minh right away.

A wide range of cocktails and other refreshments are lovingly made for you by experienced bar staff, helping you enjoy your meal with your favourite tipple.

Visit Saigon District today!

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Saigon District
8/285 Elizabeth St
North Hobart 7000

Open Hours:
Mon: closed
Tue: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Wed - Thu: 11:00am - 3:00pm // 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Fri - Sat: 11:00am - 3:00pm // 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Sun: 11:00am - 3:00pm // 5:30pm - 9:30pm

Phone: 03 6234 2542
Website: www.saigondistrict.com.au/

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Saigon District
Location: Hobart
Cuisine: A La Carte, Grill, Vietnamese
Mains: $15 - $30

Reviews

Delicious and authentic food and lovely service. We will be back!

- dined at Saigon District on

Our experience with dining in at Saigon District was good. The restaurant is very big and the staff are very friendly. We recommend this place for families as we went with a toddler. Food arrived quickly and the service was very good. Our most favourite dish was Lamb Cutlet for starters and Fish Curry go very well if you buy steamed white rice. Overall, a good place to spend your evening diner

- dined at Saigon District on

Anne Chung

An excellent meal at Saigon District. The Duck curry was delicious as always and we enjoyed grilled scallops and mushroom spring rolls. Our friends enjoyed a generous serve of mussels and prawns from the specials list. The wine by the glass list was very good.
The staff were all attentive and delivered our food promptly as we needed to be out within an hour. That was not a problem for this well oiled team.
By the time we left, the large restaurant space was full. A good sign that we can enjoy Saigon District on many future occasions.

- dined at Saigon District on

Sarah Geale

Fresh and vibrant food, unique decor. A mini trip back to Hanoi minus the plane fare - so a great value getaway!

- dined at Saigon District on

Rob Cairney

Authentic Vietnamese albeit with a touch of up-market 'fusion' elements. I would have been very happy to eat at this standard in an up market restaurant in Vietnam. Banh Xeo was delightful - and crunchy. Duck curry was probably a bit sweeter than in Hanoi (more like Hue style), but good for Aussie tastes and delicious indeed, with sweet potato crisps to garnish and taro in the mix . Very nice ambience suited to any quality restaurant in Hobart was a pleasant suprise, and the wine list featured Tas wines and was also an up market surprise. Treat yourself!

- dined at Saigon District on

Liisa Williams

The meal, service and surroundings were perfect, would definitely go again.

- dined at Saigon District on

Delicious and authentic food and lovely service. We will be back!

- dined at Saigon District on

Our experience with dining in at Saigon District was good. The restaurant is very big and the staff are very friendly. We recommend this place for families as we went with a toddler. Food arrived quickly and the service was very good. Our most favourite dish was Lamb Cutlet for starters and Fish Curry go very well if you buy steamed white rice. Overall, a good place to spend your evening diner

- dined at Saigon District on

Anne Chung

An excellent meal at Saigon District. The Duck curry was delicious as always and we enjoyed grilled scallops and mushroom spring rolls. Our friends enjoyed a generous serve of mussels and prawns from the specials list. The wine by the glass list was very good.
The staff were all attentive and delivered our food promptly as we needed to be out within an hour. That was not a problem for this well oiled team.
By the time we left, the large restaurant space was full. A good sign that we can enjoy Saigon District on many future occasions.

- dined at Saigon District on

Sarah Geale

Fresh and vibrant food, unique decor. A mini trip back to Hanoi minus the plane fare - so a great value getaway!

- dined at Saigon District on

Rob Cairney

Authentic Vietnamese albeit with a touch of up-market 'fusion' elements. I would have been very happy to eat at this standard in an up market restaurant in Vietnam. Banh Xeo was delightful - and crunchy. Duck curry was probably a bit sweeter than in Hanoi (more like Hue style), but good for Aussie tastes and delicious indeed, with sweet potato crisps to garnish and taro in the mix . Very nice ambience suited to any quality restaurant in Hobart was a pleasant suprise, and the wine list featured Tas wines and was also an up market surprise. Treat yourself!

- dined at Saigon District on

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