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A range of good food and exciting cocktails. Atmosphere was great, we had a private table and the decor was beautiful. Price was reasonable and one of the better places we ate in Ho Chi Minh City. Service was excellent, very friendly.
Our hotel concierge recommended the Temple Club so we gave it a go thinking it would be a nice quiet dining experience. The decor was very beautiful, Indo-China kind of vibe. Service was also impeccable. The biggest let down was the food. There was *a...More
Had a nice dinner with a friend here. The ambient setting with small rooms and few tables in each invites to good conversations and familier atmosphere. The wine selection is good as well as the variety of dishes. Fish or vegetable dishes predominately, but also...More
The Temple Club was recommended to us by friends...and it certainly lived up to our expectations.
Located above an ice cream shop, the restaurant is located on the first floor of a wonderful colonial building that is almost hidden from view, and is a gem...More
Went in December when visiting HCM on business. We had large group so two tables were needed.
Not sure style of food possibly eclectic as not just one cuisine. We ordered family style. Might have been first mistake. Our food was ok not inedible. Found...More
My husband and I had dinner at the Temple Club after finding it online. We were hoping it could be similar to the Issaya Siamese Club in Bangkok, which is one of our favorite restaurants in the region. It ended up being quite different, but...More
The Temple Club provides a dinning experience you will remember for years and talk about when you return home. Besides the varied and excellent menu selections the Temple Club provides a quit and upscale dining experience at a very reasonable price. The food is well...More
We had a wonderful experience at Temple Club. We had to fight our way through enormous rowdy crowds out in the streets that were out to watch a big soccer game, but got the restaurant and it was so peaceful and beautiful. The decor is...More
The food is also good, traditional Vietnamese cooking with a touch of Chinese mix. We ordered a mixed platter of four kinds of appertizers (with steamed spring rolls and fried spring rolls...enough for 2 people), the fish as main dish is also very good. Good...More