Citron, located on the highest level of the resort, makes a striking first impression. Set against a citric color palette of yellow and green, you’ll encounter whimsical animal graffiti (adapted from Vietnam’s earliest known cave paintings), temple-inspired lamps and wooden latticework and imperial Nguyen thrones recast as dining chairs.
Private dining booths in the shape of inverted Non La (Vietnam’s iconic conical hats) float out over the hillside 100 meters above sea level, with spectacular views of the entire bay and surrounding mountains.
Start your day at Citron with the breakfast buffet menu, which offers everything from cereals and pastries to fresh eggs and traditional Vietnamese pho. During the day Citron is open for lunch and dinner with a full menu that travels the culinary map of Vietnam with signature dishes from the North all the way down to the Mekong Delta.
The fresh and lively Vietnamese menu is overseen by well-known chef Anh Tuyet, whose eponymous restaurant on Ma May street in Hanoi is considered one of the country’s standard bearers of traditional cuisine. Her grilled honey chicken was cited by celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain as the finest Vietnamese meal he’d ever tried.
A wide range of Mediterranean dishes round out the offerings. All food is prepared and served from the two interactive show kitchens by Citron’s team of chefs who were the recent winners of the 2013 Golden Spoon contest, a nationwide Master- Chef cook-off among the top hotel and resort restaurants in Vietnam.
Discover Citron for yourself thanks to our 360 Virtual Tour below.