For over 100 years, the Givrals name has been synonymous with French Vietnamese cuisine and fresh bakery. Named after a Frenchman, Givrals originated in Paris, France and arrived in “the Paris of the East”, Saigon, in the mid 1800’s. Located in the historic Hotel Continental, it is in the heart of the city.
With its arrival, French-Vietnamese cuisine was born. Famous for its patisserie and café filtre, it quickly became a favorite with the locals and foreigners alike.
Eventually, Houston would get its own Givrals in 1979. Like its cousin in Saigon, it has become a favorite with the locals and foreigners alike. In 2001, a new concept was born in Les Givral’s Kahve. With a contemporary design and an uncompromising approach towards the quality of food, Les Givral’s Kahve is prime for the masses.