Asia’s 100 best restaurants call out Vietnam twice
Two Vietnamese restaurants were listed among the top 100 best in Asia by William Reed Business Media, a British business magazine in their 9th ranking yearly.
In detail, Anan Saigon Restaurant on Ton That Dam Street, Ho Chi Minh City was ranked 39th and Tung Dining Restaurant on Quang Trung street, Hanoi was ranked 98th.
Anan Saigon is renowned for the street food-styled dishes made by Mr. Peter Cuong Franklin - a talented Vietnamese-American chef with lots of experience in famous restaurants in the world. “Caviar banh nhung” – a unique recipe from Vietnamese traditional waffle cake mixed with French tart is the signature dish that everyone will try when coming here.
Ana Saigon- Photo: @petercuongfranklin
Not nestled in the old market as Anan Saigon, Tung Dining is located in the center of vibrant Hanoi where you can access plenty of attractions like St. Joseph's Cathedral or Hoan Kiem Lake. The restaurant attracts tourists with its 18-course dinner elaborately prepared and presented by Chef Hoang Tung and his team.
Tung Dining - Photo: @vietnam_fumi
Accordingly, over 300 gastronomy experts, food critics, chefs, and restaurant owners participated in summarizing, analyzing, and compiling the list.
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