The InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort brings a new level of distinction to Vietnam’s culinary landscape with a variety of venues, tastes and experiences to satisfy every occasion.
Citron restaurant is at the highest level of the resort which make guest an impression view. The private dining booths in the shape of invented non la (Vietnam’s iconic conical hats) to get the spectacular views of the entire bay and surrounding mountains beside fresh and lively Vietnamese foods by famous chef Anh Tuyet and At La Maison 1888, three Michelin starred chef Michel Roux creates French haute cuisine in the inspired setting of a fictionalized French colonial mansion. This signature restaurant has already become the number one gastronomic destination in Vietnam.
La Maison 1888 restaurant is set to tells the story of a colonial French-Eurasian family through architecture and interior design. Private dining rooms reveal the characters of this fictional clan: from the sensible Accountant’s Room, to the thrill-seeking Traveler’s Room, to the risqué Le Boudoir de La Madame. Setting the tone for the evening ahead, guests can relax amidst the spectacular setting of the Buffalo Bar right in the restaurant for a pre-dinner glass of Michel Roux’s champagne selection, before being escorted to their table.
Barefoot is the relaxed beachfront restaurant offers casual dining accompanied by an ocean breeze. In the evening, dinner is served by torchlight, with the soothing sound of the ocean lapping against the shore. Whatever the time of day, Barefoot offers the perfect setting to relax and unwind amidst an informal setting on the sand.
The Long Bar blends contemporary style with colonial elegance on a tranquil beachfront setting. Behind black and white lacquered bamboo find an elongated surfboard table and nesting chairs loosely derived from Asian fishermen’s baskets. Or recline on beachfront day beds set with round wooden trays borrowed directly from Southeast Asian hill tribes. Above the bar, the ocean breeze is helped along by a fanciful row of electric-powered punkah fans. The cocktail menu is long as well, with a skillfully curated drink list executed masterfully by our resident mixologist. Enjoy refreshing wine, beer and a delicious assortment of light bites.