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VALENTINE DREAM AT VIETNAM HOUSE
This 14 February, Vietnam House Restaurant, helmed by internationally-celebrated Chef Luke Nguyen, will offer the special Valentine’s Day dinner including a complementary “Endless Love” welcome cocktail.
Diners will enjoy a fabulous five-course dinner starting with banana blossom chicken salad, followed by sea cucumber soup, a main course of Australian short rib and char grilled sturgeon, and then finished with an indulgent chocolate fondant. Price at just 1,488,000++ per person.
Vietnam House restaurant is imbued with an atmosphere both refined and intimate that will make for an unforgettable evening. Located in a restored colonial building on the corner of Dong Khoi and Mac Thi Buoi in the heart of the city, the venue once housed the famed Café L’Imperial in the early 1900s and was a popular destination for the city’s affluent business class.
Seats are limited, so advance booking is recommended. Contact (028) 3822 2226.
Vietnam House Restaurant
93-97 Dong Khoi Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
T: (028) 3822 2226
Open daily from 11:00am to 11:00pm
(Applicable for WMC Prestige membership)
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