Offering you everyday Vietnamese cuisine with a twist, Chopsticks serves up the classics like bun cha, pho and nem, only unlike your average street food joint, they make sure to cook each plate to a fine standard.
Two years since opening, Linguini Fini continues to go from strength to strength. With an extensive menu using only the freshest ingredients and home-made pastas, it’s easy to see why.
The unstoppable rise of the burger behemoth that is Chops continues with the opening of a third restaurant.
Don’t panic, this isn’t a new institution for deranged expats; MAD stands for Modern Asian Dining.
What do you get if you combine two Spanish chefs from two separate Spanish restaurants? El Loco Tapasbar, of course.
Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers is welcoming back award winning Guest chef Antoine Rodriguez to the Signature Restaurant for ten days from Wednesday Nov. 10 to Saturday Nov. 20.
If you’re a fan of Barbetta, then you’ll be blown away by their second propaganda art-influenced venue in the former pharmaceutical factory now known as Zone 9 or Khu Chin.
At the beginning of August, Hanoi’s only Peranakan restaurant will move from its space on Truc Bach to a new location on Nghi Tam.
“The name of my place is called Palpitation,” Lix Bae says of her soon to open café. “A lot of people hate it. I had someone tell me that, ‘You don’t want to associate your food with heart disease, you know.’”