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“Michelin 3 Star”
Review of La Maison 1888

La Maison 1888
Ranked #43 of 1,571 Restaurants in Da Nang
Price range: US$25 - US$190
Cuisines: French
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Description: La Maison 1888 captures the essence of haute French dining, with the distinct gourmet experience of delectable à la carte menu of distinguished classic French cuisine in Danang. This signature restaurant has already becoming the number one gastronomic destination in Vietnam. Being the first restaurant in Vietnam that features a Michelin-starred chef and after three successful years working with Michel Roux, La Maison 1888 is now home to the world-renowned chef Pierre Gagnaire. Top 10 in the World's Best New Restaurants 2016 by CNN, this truly special restaurant was designed to recreate an antique French mansion with each dining area its own intimate niche reflecting a period room. La Maison 1888’s setting 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 Madame.
Reviewed 23 June 2015 via mobile

Ok, they may not have a Michelin Award, but that is only because it is not available yet in Vietnam, however if they were to be assessed, this fine dining experience would without doubt be awarded 3 Stars. I,salute,the efforts,of Head Chef Stephan, in capturing the essence of French cuisine and the development of his Staff. Front of house was managed by Peter and compliment the back of house magnificently. Peters knowledge of wine and his willingness to share it to,enhance the dinning experience was truly a,feature of the restaurant. Elegant and sophisticated without a sense of pretension. Magnificent, a highlight of my dining experiences. Bravo.

Date of visit: June 2015
1  Thank Stuart W
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Reviewed 22 June 2015

The restaurant is inside the Hotel Interncontinental at Monkey mountain. A little distance to drive there from town. Everything is superb, the food, the ambience, the service etc. We arrived just on time to catch the beautiful sunset, amazing view from the terrace. For non hotel guest, one must have a booking at La Maison before you can enter the hotel free.

Date of visit: June 2015
1  Thank JWAC
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Reviewed 21 June 2015

We had dinner at this restaurant one evening during our stay in Da Nang, first of all, I suggest you book ahead and they have a dress code. Also as we took a motorbike there, it is paramount you inform them you are arriving on one, also it can be a bit of a drive if you are staying in the city. But goodness me the food is excellent, I had the scallops and my friend had the suckling pig. Yes this is expensive by Vietnamese standards but is worth trying out once. You rarely get service like this in Vietnam.

Date of visit: June 2015
Thank Phambinho
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Reviewed 6 June 2015 via mobile

For a venue that is run by a 3 star Michelin chef and staff wise , has to be of great value.
The moment to step into the world of Le Maidon, you feel like you have been missing out on something.
What is it? you ask yourself....
The service! thats what it is.
The staff here... are just that pride themselves on service.
The chef is an example of this, with dishes that befit the representation of the cuisine of French and Vietnamese history.
Unfortunately, we werent graced with Michel Roux presence, Stephane Colliet was ever so hospitable.
An experience that can be only judged by the love of food and wine.
Try it you wont be dissapointed.

Date of visit: June 2015
2  Thank Ivan S
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Reviewed 6 June 2015

One of the best restaurants we have visited, the food, the ambience and the service were just excellent.

Date of visit: March 2015
1  Thank federicobarrio
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