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A Tribute To The Culinary Pioneers Who Shaped Vietnam’s Food And Drink Industry
Here’s a list of the pioneering gentlemen who laid out the groundwork and set the standards for the food and drink industry in Vietnam. By Jovel Eugenia Chan.
A Refuge Of Calm For Body And Soul & A Beacon Of Elegance And Tranquility
Dramatic yet discreet, each guest room has been elegantly designed to create a plush and serene sanctuary at Regent™ Phu Quoc.
Ringside Seats & Oriental Neo Bistro
The team behind the iconic cocktail bar Polite & Co, are bringing the counter top dining concept to Hanoi.
Awakening l’Esprit d’Indochine & An A-Rated Newcomer
Capella Hanoi is a 47-bedroom luxury hotel designed by Bill Bensley, the illustrious architect behind Capella Ubud, Bali, voted the No. 1 Hotel in the World in 2020.
Oh*My*Kase & A Little Numb & A Little Spicy
Tucked away in an uber-cool intimate dining space on Nguyen An Ninh, Roka Fella is a contemporary omakase restaurant with Head Chef Raymond Tan as their creative visionary.
Stirring The Imagination
Award winning Vietnamese mixologist Thep Dinh, also known as “Real Steel” to industry insiders, is the star of this little jewel hidden away in a colonial apartment building close to Ben Thanh market.
We’re All Mad Here
Inspired by the concept of “hygge”, MAD Wine bar welcomes a second location in the up-and-coming enclave of Phan Viet Chanh.
Room At The Top
Tribe Hospitality, the group made famous for their “steak and (hand)shakes” gourmet cocktail fusion group including Stoker Woodfired Grill, Relish & Sons gourmet burgers, Dram and Firkin cocktail emporiums and the Racha Room Asian fusion cocktail lounge are about to pull another rabbit from the hat. They will open a new Racha Room concept in a prime location at the top of Xuan Thuy in the salubrious Thao Dien suburb of Ho Chi Minh City.
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