Located on the grounds of one of the world’s most striking resort destinations, InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, La Maison 1888 captures the essence of haute French dining.
The restaurant was the first in Vietnam to feature a Michelin-starred chef and follows that tradition with the recent appointment of Chef Gagnaire.
“When InterContinental extended the invitation to me to come, I accepted immediately,” shared Chef Gagnaire.
“The quality and vision of this restaurant is very special. The menu is a link between my philosophy, my style of cooking and this country. The culinary culture here in Vietnam is precise and elegant. We must pay homage to the history. It has a real style of its own and this is woven into the story of La Maison 1888.”
La Maison 1888 is one of the world’s most beautiful restaurants with a design that recreates an antique French mansion. The setting conveys the fictitious story of a colonial French-Eurasian family through the mediums of architecture and interior design. Private dining rooms invoke the personalities of the family; from the sensible Accountant’s Room to the adventurous Traveler’s Room and the more risqué Le Boudoir de Madame.
Before embarking on a culinary adventure here, guests can opt for a cocktail or a glass of vintage champagne in the spectacular Buffalo Bar, and after dinner choose from the extensive menu of aged whiskies and infused vodkas on the magnificent terrace, with superb views over the resort and the East Sea beyond.
The exclusive wine cellar offers one of the best collections in the region, including rare vintages that have been hand chosen by the sommelier.
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