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Hung Ky Mi Gia

An old main­stay on the Chi­nese cui­sine trail with well over a decade in op­er­a­tion, Hung Ky Mi Gia is known for its clas­sic main­land dishes with a fo­cus on de­li­cious roasts. Safe and tasty Chi­nese food. 20 Le Anh Xuan, D1 028 3822 2673

Ocean Palace

A place for those who love Chi­nese food. The large din­ing room on the ground floor can ac­com­mo­date up to 280 din­ers. Up on the first floor are six pri­vate rooms and a big ball­room that can host 350 guests. 2 Le Duan Street, D1 028 3911 8822

Seven Won­ders (Bay Ky Quan)

The brain­child of an over­seas Chi­nese/Viet­namese ar­chi­tect who wanted to build some­thing ex­tra­or­di­nary in his home town, this venue com­bines the ar­chi­tec­tural fea­tures of seven world her­itage struc­tures blended into one. The cui­sine is just as eclec­tic with rep­re­sen­ta­tive dishes from sev­eral ma­jor Chi­nese tra­di­tions. 12 Duong 26, D6 028 3755 1577 www.7kyquan.com

Shang Palace

Renowned as one of the finest restau­rants in the city, Shang Palace boasts mouth-wa­ter­ing Can­tonese and Hong Kong cui­sine served in a warm and el­e­gant at­mos­phere. Whether it be an in­ti­mate din­ner for two or a larger group event, Shang Palace can cater for three-hundred guests in­clud­ing pri­vate VIP rooms. With more than fifty Dim-Sum items and over two-hundred de­lec­ta­ble dishes to choose from, Shang Palace is an ideal ren­dezvous for any din­ing oc­ca­sion. 1st Floor, Norfolk Man­sion 17-19-21, Ly Tu Trong, D1 028 3823 2221

Yu Chu

Yu Chu is renowned for the qual­ity and pre­sen­ta­tion of its au­then­tic Can­tonese and Peking cuisines along with its el­e­gant dé­cor. Watch­ing the chefs pre­pare sig­na­ture dishes such as hand-pulled noo­dle, Dim Sum and Peking Duck right in the kitchen is a prom­i­nent, pop­u­lar fea­ture. 1st Floor, In­ter­Con­ti­nen­tal Asiana Saigon, Cor­ner of Hai Ba Trung & Le Duan, D1

028 3520 9099 www.in­ter­con­ti­nen­tal.com/saigon

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