Camille (Website), the French-Vietnamese-inspired pop-up Chefs Table at East End Market’s second-floor venue, The Neighbors, is moving into its own home in Baldwin Park this fall.

The concept, led by Chef Tung Phan, will be moving into a 2,500 SF space in Baldwin Park near Seito Sushi at 4962 New Broad Street [GMap]. The new 30-seat restaurant will continue to operate as a chef’s tasting menu ranging from five to 10 courses, with cocktail, beer, and wine pairings.

“We’re beyond grateful for the overwhelming support we’ve gotten from the Audubon Park community so we didn’t want to venture too far in our move.  Baldwin Park is only five minutes away so it felt right for us,” says Tung. 

Menu items will be based on seasonality with an emphasis on premium-quality ingredients, either sourced locally or flown in, such as A5 wagyu, exotic truffles and caviar, fresh Florida fish, and locally-grown citrus. 

Camille was the first pop-up chef’s table to be hosted at the newly-opened The Neighbor’s space on the second floor of the market last year, backed by the team at Domu Labs. The space is meant to be an incubator for restaurateurs Sean Nguyen and Jimmy and Johnny Tung, so a new concept will follow quickly after Phan makes his leave.

Camille in Baldwin Park will be open for dinner with two seatings each evening by reservation only.

Brendan O'Connor

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