Intercontinental Asiana Saigon, which has been named Vietnam's top hotel for the past two years, is offering authentic Italian dishes and Chinese dim sums this month.
The hotel says it will use the "finest ingredients" and its "insider knowledge" to create wholly Italian traditional dishes.
A five course set dinner, exclusively chosen by Italian executive chef Rolando Manesco, is served every day between 6 10:30 p.m. at the famous Basilico restaurant on the ground floor for VND888,000 (US$43) per person. Extra Australian beef delicacies cost from VND480,000 per portion.
Meanwhile, Yu Chu, the hotel's signature Chinese restaurant on the first floor, is offering a dim sum buffet for VND330,000++ ($16) per person between 10:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. every day.
The restaurant also has an extensive lunch and dinner menu featuring quality beef, lamb, chicken and seafood dishes.
The lunch buffet, offered from Monday to Saturday, is priced at VND498,000 per person while the buffet dinner from Sunday to Thursday costs VND598,000 person or VND728,000 to include unlimited red and white wine, beer and soft drinks.
InterContinental Asiana Saigon was named "Vietnam's leading hotel" for two consecutive years in 2010 and 2011 by the World Travel Awards.
The hotel was last September named one of the "Top 25 Business Hotels in Asia" by the "Best In Travel Poll 2011," organized by Smart Travel Asia. It was also honored as the "Outstanding InterContinental Hotel" for the Asia-Middle East-Africa region by the InterContinental Hotel Group.