Mangosteen Restaurant gets new chef
The Movenpick Hotel Ha Noi has taken on new head chef Hoàng Nguyên, who has prepared a menu full of fresh flavours and natural ingredients.
Jane’s Bistro offers elegant and rich dishes in a modest environment, a must-try for self-respecting foodie. Nomad Quynh reports.
At Ralf’s Artisan Gelato in HCM City, premium gelato is made from scratch, using ingredients that will make you come back for more. Susan Ransdell reports.
BB Homefood is well known among Hanoians. The chain of restaurants offers comfortable and delicious dining at a reasonable price. Mộc Miên visits a location near the capital's Old Quarter.
A newly-opened restaurant in Hà Nội has not only introduced this dish in its menu, but also has named itself after the dish. Thúy Hằng reports.
A welcome addition to Hà Nội’s international culinary scene is a restaurant serving Lao food, which has distinct flavours despite its similarity to Thai cuisine. Hà Hằng explains.
The Lý Club, housed in a period building near Hoàn Kiếm Lake, offers diners quality food and traditional service in an exquisitely designed ambiance. Hà Nguyễn tries out some dishes.
A cosy corner on a peaceful Parisian street, An Di An Di invites diners to try out a small selection of creative Vietnamese-French fusion dishes. Thúy Hằng explores.
HCM City’s best broken rice dishes can be found at Cơm Tấm Mộc restaurant, which specialises in southern fare, both traditional and fusion. Mỹ Duyên reports.