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Green Tangerine

Green Tangerine (48 Hang Be Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi) — conveniently located in the city’s famous Old Quarter, the restaurant offers French food with a Vietnamese twist made from the freshest ingredients, accompanied by service that is comparable to European and American standards. Since its opening in July 2003, Green Tangerine has received positive … Continue reading Green Tangerine

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Eon 51

Eon 51 (Bitexco Financial Tower, 36 Ho Tung Mau Street, Ben Nghe ward, Dist. 1, Ho Chi Minh City) – located on the 51st floor of Bitexco Financial Tower, patrons come to this restaurant for its French and international menu, along with its enviable views of the city. Since this is one of the city’s … Continue reading Eon 51

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Dong Pho Restaurant

Dong Pho Restaurant (57 Ho Xua Huong Street, District 3, Ho Chi Minh) – this restaurant is named after the country’s famed dish “Pho” (white noodles mixed in a broth with chicken or beef), and is reputed to be one of the best that serves it. This dining spot is especially popular with the locals … Continue reading Dong Pho Restaurant

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Com Nieu Sai Gon

Com Nieu Sai Gon (59 Ho Xuan Huang Street, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City) – this restaurant got some international attention when American TV personality & chef Anthony Bourdain named this as one of Vietnam’s “must eat” destinations. Specializing in clay pot baked rice, which explodes across the table and over the heads of … Continue reading Com Nieu Sai Gon

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Cirrus Saigon

Cirrus Saigon (51st Floor, Bitexco Financial Tower, 36 Ho Tung Mau Street, Ben Nghe ward, Dist. 1, Ho Chi Minh City) – located in Ho Chi Minh City’s best-known eye-catching office tower, this sky-high restaurant brings local dining to a whole new level. The sleek dining tables balance on wooden mezzanines, ensuring every guest gets … Continue reading Cirrus Saigon

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Cham Charm

Cham Charm (Tân Phú, Quận 7, Ho Chi Minh City) — this 5,000 sq. meter restaurant is named after the Champa Kingdom, which played a vital role in Southeast Asian history from the 2nd to 12th centuries. The ivory white building’s exteriors do not prepare you for the opulent, museum feel inside. Offering what the … Continue reading Cham Charm

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Sirocco

Sirocco — The Dome at State Tower on 63rd floor (1055 State Tower, Silom Road, Bangkok 10500) – in case you’re wondering – yes, this restaurant was prominently featured in the Hollywood hit film “The Hangover Part II”. The location alone is reason enough for showing up at this awe-inspiring restaurant. In addition, authentic Mediterranean … Continue reading Sirocco

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Snapper

Snapper (1/22 Sukhumvit soi 11, Bangkok) – this restaurant is known for its New Zealand fish n’ chips (along with other dishes from that country, such as Nelson Bay Scallops, Jalapeno Tiger Prawns, and Green Lipped Mussel Pot.

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Sal

Salt (112/2 soi Ari, corner of soi Ari 4, Phaholyothin soi 7, Bangkok) – the Yuppie friendly restaurant serves a mixture of French and Japanese classics. This ranges from the ribeye steak with wasabi, to spicy yakisoba with shrimp, vegetable tempura, and frogs legs.