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Mandarine Restaurant

Friday, July 22, 2016, 15:03 GMT+7

Visiting Mandarine Restaurant gives you a feeling of entering old-time imperial palaces adorned with dexterously carved chairs crafted from precious wood, ancient lamps emitting soft yellow light and traditional live music, all create a serene, ancient ambiance. In our 18 years of culinary excellence, we provide diverse menus with sophisticatedly tasteful, exotic dishes. There are food that have special layouts and are rich in Vietnamese tastes. The restaurant also designs its seasonal menus, offering diners memorable experiences. Mandarine Restaurant welcomed dignitaries including former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, former French President Francois Miterrand. The restaurant also nabbed the TAA award for the Year’s Best Restaurants and is highly appreciated and recommended to domestic and foreign tourists by TripAdvisor, The Guide and “Ho Chi Minh City - 100 interesting things.

11A Ngo Van Nam St., Ben Nghe Ward, Dist.1

+84 8 3822 9783

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