HO CHI MINH CITY | Rogue Saigon is a somewhat hidden craft beer bar on Pasteur Street that rewards those who find it with 16 rotating taps of local craft beers across three levels. The main bar is located on the second floor and is a sleek, funky space with a bit of an edge to it. The best part is upstairs though, with two relaxed rooftop terraces making the most of the tropical atmosphere and views to the street below, and the grand colonial era State Bank of Vietnam. The old brick building has a great feel about it, and the whole fitout has been done to make the best of old and new.
All of Ho Chi Minh City’s main breweries are represented on the taps – LAC, Fuzzy Logic, Pasteur Street, and Heart of Darkness to name a few. On the bottle list you can find more local beers along with a few imports, all selected by owner Linh Nguyen. Staff are friendly and knowledgeable, and are happy to help you decide on the right beer for you if you’re unsure what to order. Drinks come in three sizes (195ml, 330ml and 500ml), and you can either order at the bar, or get table service.
For a larger space, check out Rogue Saigon’s sister venue, Saigon Outcast in District 2.
2F, 13 Pasteur Street
Ho Chi Minh City
Sun – Thu: 4:00pm to 12:00am
Fri – Sat: 4:00pm to 2:00am