"The culinary assets in this hotel are not the usual fare," said Michiel de Kleer, director of food and beverage for Sheraton Nha Trang Hotel & Spa. "In the same way that diners worldwide respond enthusiastically to Vietnamese food. We always say this hotel is a playground for a chef. I think it's heaven for anyone who with a passion for food."
The hotel's culinary crew will teach guests how to make Vietnamese staples and cocktail training can also be arranged. At Steam 'n Spice, a new dim-sum dining concept, guests can look into the show kitchen and watch dim sum chef Huynh Viet Cuong pull those noodles, a trade he learned in Ho Chi Minh City at Madame Ngoc's Com Nieu Saigon, a spot that was featured on Tony Bourdain's television program, A Cook's Tour.