Noir is a new restaurant located in the central district of Saigon with a very special concept. The restaurant creates a path for guests to embark on a sensory journey into a different world, savour exquisite tastes and textures in complete darkness.The unique menus stimulate other senses as guests are deprived of the dominating sense of sight. The experience is intriguing and illuminates much about the art of enjoying good food.
Noir is able to organize a dinner for two as well as much larger events of up to 70 people per session, or totally 140 in one evening or half day. Its spacious Lounge, Bar and Terrace can function as a cocktail and reception area for big events. There are a range of activities for guests in addition to dinner in the dark e.g. a sensory workshop, a seminar, a team building exercise, a food or beverage tasting, or even a concert.
Blanc is a restaurant located in the central district of Saigon with a very special concept. The restaurant creates a path for guests to embark on a sensory journey into a different world and savour exquisite tastes and textures in silence. The service team at Blanc use sign language to communicate with clients and invite you to try a new dining experience.
The unique menus stimulate other senses as guests are learning a new language in silent surroundings. The experience is intriguing and illuminates much about the art of enjoying good food.
Bep Nha Luc Tinh is a new venue for travellers to enjoy delightful unique treats in a lovely “Vietnamese home”. Conveniently located in the city centre, the design however is inspired by the nature of Mekong Delta with a garden, water-coconut thatched rooves and mangroves.
The restaurant showcases traditional Vietnamese cuisine with a focus on the food the South of Vietnam. Chef Thuy (Top 3 Vietnam’s Master Chef 2014) handpicked the menu which provides a wide range of choices combining her culinary training with her childhood favorites. Vietnamese pancakes and sugarcane grilled pork skewers are among our favorite dishes here.
The Mango Mango in Hoi An is operated by celebrity chef Duc Tran. The restaurant is located by the riverside offering guests a truly nice view. The owner has put a global spin on Vietnamese cuisine, with fresh, unexpected combinations of ingredients with great quality and freshness. The drinks, especially the cocktails, are another highlight of the restaurant that guests should try when visiting this place.
If you ever wish to have a cooking class with Chef Duc, he does it as well. Unlike other cooking classes where everyone rolls a spring roll, here guests get to prepare a variety of dishes and the class is full of fun and great conversations.
Cau Go is located close to Hoan Kiem Lake with an impressive view, especially at night. Inspired by the surrounded history, this restaurant does not just bring diners the very best of Hanoi cuisine, but the feeling of the ancient city with its rich culture.
The terrace offers a lovely and unique view over Hoan Kiem Lake so do make a reservation if you wish to have a seat outside at the terrace.
Some of the most delicious dishes are: spring roll bites and chicken skewer and seafood.
Opera Garden House Hanoi is a new restaurant located on Trang Tien Street, right in the heart of Hanoi. Its ‘Indochina’ design and spacious dimensions make it great for both private dining and family or group gatherings. The restaurant features modern Vietnamese delicacies and Western cuisine. Some of the signature dishes that we love are: Coconut Bud Salad, Traditional Grilled Fish, and Stir Fried Noodles Pho.