A Saigonese grillhouse
About Le Garçon Saigon

Celebrating the vibrant and fresh flavours of southern Vietnamese cuisine, Le Garçon Saigon is situated in the charming Star Street precinct and is housed in a bright and welcoming space that evokes the sophistication of a chic Parisian brasserie. The menu focuses on the Saigonese culture of grilling – an underrepresented culinary genre that Chef Bao La is keen to bring to the forefront of gastronomic conversation. The vibrant establishment makes for a smart dining destination or casual local hangout for the Wan Chai neighbourhood.

The menu is arranged as per a typical grillhouse and divided into appetisers, entrées and sides – all designed for sharing. The dishes are complemented by an impressive beverage programme featuring a diverse selection of French wines and cocktails.


Chef Bao La brings a passion for the flavours of his Vietnamese heritage to Le Garçon Saigon. Bao’s mother, Chieu Thi Le, fled post-war Saigon to Brisbane, where she opened the city’s first Vietnamese restaurant, Kim Thanh, creating a hub for both immigrants and locals while carrying on the traditions of her home. Bao showed a keen interest in his mother’s cooking and grew up helping in the restaurant. While she put a heavy emphasis on traditional Vietnamese dishes, Bao would experiment with new techniques and ingredients, which shaped his inimitable cooking style.

12-18 Wing Fung Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Mon to Fri: 5PM-7PM
Sat to Sun: 3PM-6PM
Mon to Fri: 12PM-2:30PM
Sat: 12PM-3PM
Sun: 12PM-9PM
Mon to Sat: 6PM-11PM
+852 2455 2499

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