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Restaurant Hopping at Alma Resort Cam Ranh Peninsula fronting Long Beach,VIETNAM

Japanese Sushi Dish consumed at Asiana (Image Axel Ritenis )
Written by Ritenis Aksel

Restaurant Hopping at Alma Resort Cam Ranh Peninsula fronting Long Beach,VIETNAM

The writer Axel Ritenis, was a guest of the Alma Resort Cam Ranh Bay

Connoisseur Magazine Travel Editor Axel Ritenis recently discovered the concept of “Restaurant Hopping” with Alma’s managing director Herbert Laubichler-Pichler at Beach Bar, Atlantis,Asiana, La Casa, and American Lounge and Bar-Guests are spoilt for choice with all cuisines being authentic !


Oysters prepared with Alma Resort Recipes and Seafood at Atlantis Restaurant -Photo by Axel Ritenis

You can start out at Beach Bar on Long Beach before YOU move to beachfront restaurant Atlantis. With a vast deck for al fresco dining that sits above Alma’s strand and interior bedecked with striking turquoise tiling complementing the surrounding azure waters and skies, Atlantis specialises in fresh local seafood. The restaurants live seafood tanks showcase local favourites such as Long Beach Sea Crab, Nha Trang Flower Crab, Cam Ranh White Pomfret, Nha Trang Grouper, Thuy Trieu Sea Clam and Cam Hai Sweet Snails.


Waiter I’ll have the Grilled Lobster please-Ask for this fresh from the tank at Atlantis restaurant (Image Axel Ritenis )

Then You can move to their recently newly reopened Asiana that specialises in Korean, Thai, Japanese and Vegan fare.

If you want to stretch your stomach, in Tuscan style, check out at Alma’s Italian trattoria La Casa, that features an open kitchen and patio. Authentic Italian ingredients are combined with organic products to create a wide selection of classic Italian dishes.The Cucina Italian includes delectable antipasti, fresh handmade pasta and bread made in the open kitchen, and pizza.



Quattro Formaggi Pizza with Truffle served by La Casa(Image Axel Ritenis)

Alma’s resident pianist Ben tickles the ivories, performing a medley of tunes.

You can then have some after-dinner drinks at American Lounge and Bar.



A La Carte breakfast including western favourites and Vietnamese  Beef and Noodle soup Pho consumed at La Casa(Image Axel Ritenis)

As for Breakfast,.. you will be spoilt for choice as You can choose between La Casa,for A La Carte ,Alma Garden or Alma Food Court

Alma Garden beats at the heart of the resort, featuring live cooking stations that evoke a marketplace atmosphere, and a sprawling terrace that looks out to the Pool Bar merged into the first of the pools cascading down to the beach.
Alma Garden serves an extensive a la carte breakfast spread of Western and Asian favourites. Meanwhile Alma Food Court promises to offer something to suit everyone’s palette.

“A fun and happening culinary hub that seats 312 guests, Alma Food Court offers six different food outlets including An Nam selling Vietnamese classics, a Tokyo Express food truck, The Noodle House serving beef and chicken noodle soups, Little New York offering chicken cooked in a Henny Pennyfryer, the French Bakery and Espresso Bar serving coffee, tea and freshly squeezed juice.Crazy but true!”

ALMA Resort, D7a2, TT4X6, North Cam Ranh Tourist Area,

Resort Area in the North of Cam Ranh Peninsula, Cam Hai Dong Commune, Cam Lam District, Khanh Hoa Province, Vietnam

Tel: (+84) 258 399.1666
Email: [email protected]

Address: B1 Floor, Hotel Tower, ALMA Resort, D7a2, TT4X6, North Cam Ranh Tourist Area, Cam Hai Dong Commune, Cam Lam District, Khanh Hoa Province, Viet Nam, Cam Ranh, Khanh Hoa, 45000, Viet Nam

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