March 02, 2023 | 11:15 GMT+7

Viet Deli’s HOME Restaurants move to new locations

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Hanoi and Hoi An restaurants both find new homes.

Viet Deli’s HOME Hanoi. Source: Viet Deli
Viet Deli’s HOME Hanoi. Source: Viet Deli

Viet Deli, the restaurant company behind some of Vietnam’s most popular dining establishments, has moved its much-loved HOME restaurants in Hanoi and Hoi An to exquisite new premises.

The first restaurant to debut under Viet Deli’s umbrella, HOME Hanoi, which opened its doors in 2015 at 34 Chau Long Street, has relocated to 75 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street.

HOME Hanoi reopened on January 9 this year in a grand four-story French villa, situated down a quaint laneway that gives way to a private courtyard strung with lanterns. Catering to up to 120 diners, the meticulously maintained villa’s interior is defined by brickwork, timber beams, and Vietnamese art.

Meanwhile, HOME Hoi An reopened on February 2 this year at 14 La Hoi Street in Hoi An ancient town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site on Vietnam’s central coast, after first opening in 2016 at 112 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street. Near many of the town’s famed attractions, including its street markets and Thu Bon River, HOME Hoi An’s new home is in a villa bathed in a distinctive golden-hue, like most of the ancient town. The restaurant caters to 120 diners, with a 19th century-themed interior adorned with lanterns, vintage photography of Hoi An, and more.

HOME Hanoi and HOME Hoi An each specialize in authentic local Hanoian and Hoi An cuisine, with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.

“Our new HOME restaurants in Hanoi and Hoi An continue to create a charming atmosphere where diners feel welcomed into a friendly family home, offering authentic local dishes to be shared between family and friends in even more exquisite homes now that are both more spacious and in better locations,” said Mr. Nguyen Cao Son, Founder and Chairman of Viet Deli.

Elsewhere, Viet Deli’s Ngon Gallery Nha Trang restaurant is dedicated to lobster, with live cooking stations that serve up Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean, Western, and Chinese fare. Situated in the Citadines Bayfront Nha Trang Hotel, at 62 Tran Phu Street along Nha Trang’s beachfront, Ngon Gallery’s buffet menu includes fresh locally-sourced seafood such as lobster, tiger prawns, oysters, crab, scallops, fish, octopus, mussels, and clams, meat such as steak, lamb, pork, and chicken, and vegetarian dishes.

HOME Hanoi, HOME Hoi An, and Ngon Gallery Nha Trang all consistently rank on TripAdvisor as among the top 10 dining venues in their respective destinations. Since Viet Deli, headquartered in Hanoi, began in 2015, it has launched a diverse mix of successful restaurants around Vietnam.

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