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Kabin Restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City topped the list, which is decided by an algorithm that analyzes millions of reviews and ratings collected in a year from travelers around the world.
Located on the second floor of Renaissance Riverside Hotel, the restaurant mainly serves Chinese cuisine and offers views of the Saigon River.
Its signature dishes include steamed fresh prawn dumpling, deep fried prawns with salty egg yolk and Peking duck with prices starting from VND250,000 ($10.47).
Vista Restaurant in Phan Thiet, home to Mui Ne resort town in the south central province of Binh Thuan, ranked second on the list.
It has both indoor and outdoor space that can accommodate 200-300 guests at a time and mainly serves seafood and signature central region dishes.
The restaurant is open from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Temple Restaurant & Lounge at five-star La Siesta Hoi An Resort & Spa in Hoi An ranked third on the list.
The restaurant’s name is inspired by a nearby community house that acts as a traditional place of worship.
Its menu features European dishes like seafood and assorted meat platters, French duck breast and prawn cocktails. The restaurant offers diners an outdoor space near a swimming pool while its decor resembles that of ancient houses across Hoi An with yellow walls.
Hemispheres Steak & Seafood Grilled Restaurant on the second floor of five-star Sheraton Hanoi Hotel secured the fourth position.
The restaurant offers a variety of beef choices like black angus, U.S. prime sirloin, rib eye, grilled rump and tenderloin served with different sauces as well as fresh salads and vegetables.
Located on the seventh floor of a building on Hang Dau Street in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, The Rhythms Restaurant came in fifth.
The restaurant highlights traditional Vietnamese cuisine while pushing an ingredient-driven menu that showcases local farmers and national heritage.
It provides views of the Hoan Kiem Lake and nightlife activities in the Old Quarter.
Cloud Nine Restaurant on the 9th floor within La Siesta Premium Hotel on Hang Be Street in Hanoi’s Old Quarter ranked sixth.
The restaurant’s classical style is reminiscent of the Indochina era with black, white, blue-gray and cream colors.
Its menu features iconic dishes from northern, central and southern areas: spring rolls, fragrant beef noodles, grilled beef, and bun cha – a combination of three main ingredients: rice vermicelli, grilled pork and a mixture of fish sauce, sugar, lime juice, garlic and chili.
Located in the lobby of the five-star JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi in Nam Tu Liem District, French Grill Restaurant came in seventh.
It serves classic French cuisine with a local twist, and has become popular among foreigners.
Led by French chef Jean-Francois Nulli , the restaurant serves dishes including seared foie gras, classic caviar and premium steak.
Moo Beef Steak – Prime Restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City ranked eighth in the top 10.
The restaurant offers premium steaks imported from the U.S., Japan and Australia, with prices ranging from VND100,000 to 1.5 million.
The steak here is served with hot pepper, cheese, roasted sesame, or cream sauce.
Most of its branches are located in District 1: 44 Dong Khoi Street, 35-37 Ngo Duc Ke Street and 109 Ly Tu Trong Street.
Located inside Lotte Hanoi Hotel, Grill 63 Restaurant ranked ninth.
Specializing in serving European – American food, the restaurant offers a panoramic view of the city, located on the 63rd floor.
It serves beef steak and premium wine.
Situated inside Furama Resort on Vo Nguyen Giap Street in Da Nang City, Don Cipriani’s Restaurant finished the list.
It mainly serves Italian cuisine, especially pizza and is considered by many diners to be suitable for families with young children.
Written By Hoang Phong for E.VnExpress.net
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There are so many great international restaurants in Vietnam