Vietnamese eatery on Buford Highway closes after a decade in business

May 10, 2017 Rachel Taylor

Nuong Dac Biet- Grilled Sampler for Two is a combination platter that consist of grilled pork, “La Lot” beef, grilled shrimp on sugar cane, and grilled shrimp. (Becky Stein/Special)

Chateau de Saigon Vietnamese bistro has served up traditional Vietnamese dishes on Buford Highway for the last decade. This past weekend, though, the restaurant closed its doors for good.

The restaurant announced last week on Facebook that it would be closing.

 

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