THERE’S A SMALL HOI AN
THE SIDE OF THE RIVER
Located on the banks of the romantic Han River, Madame Lan Restaurant is known as a “miniature Hoi An” in the heart of Danang. The unique architecture, with the ancient and poetic atmosphere, lulls diners into gentle, relaxed emotions whenever coming to Madame Lan.
With a space of Vietnamese identity, with diverse dishes with the quintessence of culinary style typical of all three regions of the country. Madame Lan cleverly arranges the “gastronomic streets” such as leading customers to enter the peaceful, warm but no less luxurious and polite streets to enjoy dishes prepared from talented hands. flower chefs dedicated to the profession.
Madame Lan will be the place to bring you the moments to remember …
SPECIALTY RESTAURANT MADAME RESTAURANT
Coming to Madame Lan Restaurant, you will have the opportunity to enjoy many unique dishes from all over the country. From pure Vietnamese dishes such as Hanoi pho, bun bo Hue, spring rolls … to familiar gifts from the countryside, it makes us feel like living in childhood again. Central pancakes dish with crust just fragrant crust but still retain the softness with the layer of shrimp meat, bean sprouts, served with sweet and sour sauce in tune. The dishes at Madame Lan are processed in accordance with traditional style, imbued with the Vietnamese soul, confident to bring satisfaction to customers near and far.
CONFIRMED ON PRODUCT QUALITY AND SERVICE QUALITY
With the motto of bringing the culinary essence of traditional dishes of the three regions to the customers, nearly 300 dishes on the menu at Madame Lan restaurant represent the unique and diverse colors of Vietnamese cuisine.
Each dish is carefully selected in the selection of ingredients, delicate in each seasoning seasoned, skillfully in each stage of processing and display.
We believe that the culinary experience is the harmony between product quality, service quality and enjoyment space.
Coming to Madame Lan, you will have the most wonderful moments in a “miniature Hoi An on the Han River”