As a Diamond Hyatt Gold Passport member, breakfast at the Opera Restaurant at the Park Hyatt Saigon in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam was included in our stay. We loved everything about the breakfast and looked forward to it each day!
The decor of the restaurant was upscale and pretty, yet comfortable and relaxed. You could choose to be seated in the dining room or in a sunroom-type of room. The centerpiece was the open kitchen where you could see the employees preparing the food. The buffet was arranged in a horseshoe format around this area.
The staff was friendly and helpful and the service was excellent. Breakfast was served until 10:30 a.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. on weekends, which gave us a chance to run or walk around before enjoying this meal, which for us, was more like lunch than breakfast.
Open kitchen and prep area:
The breakfast buffet:
In addition to the buffet, our breakfast also included a choice of one item from the menu. The menu had a selection of about 5 conventional breakfast items (such as omelettes or eggs Benedict), and about 5 Vietnamese items. The traditional breakfast items on the menu were okay, but the Vietnamese choices were the way to go! Each day we chose 2 Vietnamese breakfast items from the menu and shared them, and they were phenomenal!
Are you hungry now?
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