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Madame Saigon Phuket

3.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews.
Koh Kaew, East Phuket

Strategically located in the Royal Phuket Marina, overlooking the marina and luxury yachts, the Madame Saigon Phuket is an authentic Vietnamese cuisine restaurant. The airy and bright interior design has a mix of colonial and modern styles.

They serve a variety of Vietnamese wholesome foods. Some of the good value, recommended dishes include ‘Chao Tom’ which is minced prawn & pork lemongrass skewers, ‘Ga Chi Sa’ Lemongrass Chicken (spicy, sweet, sour and simply very tasty), ‘Bo La Lot’ beef in betel leaf, ‘Goi Muc’ squid salad and many tasty fresh spring rolls.

Food is served in lovely blue and white classic design crockery. As well as tasting great Vietnamese food has many health advantages as it said to boost immune systems, help regulate sugar levels in blood sugar and also improves digestion.

The Royal Phuket Marina where the Madame Saigon Restaurant is located in Koh Kaew on the east coast of Phuket, just off Thepkasattri Rd, Highway 402 or also known as the Airport Road and is frequented by local expats, tourists and yachties.

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  1. This cute, small, simple but stylish design restaurant has yacht views, as it is right by the edge of the marina. Can eat in or outside, we ate inside liking the air con. Food was very well presented. Our Vietnamese spring rolls were served in a lovely blue and white small serving dish and the Vietnamese beef soup…well sort of soup was delicious. Not expensive considering location most dishes were in the 200 to 300 baht range, some fish dishes were a little more. Staff were attentive and caring but communication was hampered due to language skills.

  2. Not easy to find an authentic Vietnamese restaurant in Phuket but I think Madame Saigon Restaurant gave me that. I fall in love with its beautiful surroundding, marina and yachts views, and the bright interior with attractive Vietnamese woman face on the large wall. 2 dishes I like and you may like are: “Ga Chi Sa” (Lemongrass Chicken) and “Bo La Lot” (beef in betel leaf)

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