Renderings of Franco-Vietnamese restaurant Camille promise high-design construction


We told you HERE in March this frency-vietnamese inspired pop-up Camille (Website) and we finally have some renders to share on what to expect when it opens in the near future.

Camille started as a pop-up in East End Market about a year ago in the market’s new second-floor venue, The Neighbors, to rave reviews. Led by Chef Tung Phan, the menu features seasonal ingredients and proteins like fresh Florida fish, locally grown produce and citrus fruits – think deconstructed Surf n’ Turf Banh-Mi, Maine lobster Banh Xeo and with Key West prawns with aged bourbon. Nuoc Cham.


Tung was the first resident chief at The neighbor’s Domu Labwhich was designed to be a restaurant concept incubator, under the mentorship of restaurant partners Jimmy and Johnny Tung and Sean Nguyen.

“Orlando has been my home for over 20 years. I grew up going to Viet Town with my parents, learning about the different products and ingredients my mom and dad would pick up after Sunday mass. I chose Orlando for its rich Vietnamese culture. The fact that Camille put down roots in Baldwin Park so close to our first home in East End Market is the only place I can see.


The new 2,500 square foot space will be located in Baldwin Park near Seito Sushi in 4962 New Broad Street [GMap] and have 25 seats and function as a chef’s tasting menu with five to 10 courses, accompanied by cocktails, sake and beer. They will be open for dinner only with two services each evening, by reservation only.

An opening date has not been announced.


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Rozella J. Cook