Welcome to Saigon, where the gastronomy scene is as lively as the city itself. From street food to fine dining, you can find it all here. But what sets us apart is our use of fermentation techniques to bring out unique flavors and textures in our food. In this blog post, we’ll dive into the world of fermentation and explore how it’s revolutionizing Saigon’s dining experience.

The Art of Fermentation

Fermentation is the process of breaking down complex molecules in food into simpler ones using microorganisms like bacteria and yeast. This results in rich, tangy flavors and a depth of umami that’s hard to achieve through other cooking methods.

At our restaurant, we use fermentation to enhance the taste and texture of many dishes. For example, our kimchi fried rice is made with aged kimchi that’s been fermented for several days. The result is a dish that’s bursting with sour, spicy, and savory flavors. We also use miso paste in many of our sauces and soups, which is made by fermenting soybeans with salt and koji (a type of mold).

Why Fermentation is the Future of Fine Dining

The use of fermentation is not just a trend, but a sustainable and healthy way to approach food. Fermented foods are nutrient-dense and are known to boost your immune system. Plus, fermentation allows us to reduce food waste by using up ingredients that might otherwise go to waste.

Fermentation is also a way to connect with the local community. We source our ingredients from local farmers and markets, which not only supports the local economy but also ensures that we’re using fresh, seasonal produce that’s full of flavor.


Saigon’s culinary scene is constantly evolving, and fermentation is at the forefront of this evolution. At our restaurant, we’re proud to be part of this movement and to share the flavors of fermentation with our diners. Whether you’re a foodie or just looking for a unique dining experience, come visit us and taste for yourself the magic of fermentation.