• Nén Danang: Vietnam’s First Restaurant to Earn the MICHELIN Green Star

The MICHELIN Green Star is an annual award which highlights restaurants at the forefront of the industry when it comes to their sustainable practices. They are committed to both their ethical and environmental standards, and work with sustainable producers and suppliers to achieve zero-waste practices and other non-recyclable materials from their supply chain.


These restaurants offer dining experiences that combine culinary excellence with outstanding eco-friendly commitments and are a source of inspiration both for keen foodies and the hospitality industry as a whole.


By telling stories through food and using 99% hyper-local ingredients sourced from across Vietnam and its own farms, its commitment to gastronomy and sustainability, Nén Danang has become Vietnam’s first MICHELIN Green Star recipient in the MICHELIN Guide 2024 edition.

Founded in 2017, Nén Danang has emerged as a leading innovator in modern Vietnamese fine dining. With a farm right in front of the restaurant, Nén Danang transforms pure Vietnamese ingredients and local produce into more interesting dishes and culinary stories which present the land, lifestyle and people for both foreign and Vietnamese diners. Not only conveying a positive sustainable gastronomy message to diners, it has also made a strong move to cooperate with local schools, sharing information with the younger generation to spread green concepts.

Nén Danang

Add: 16 My Da Tay 2 Street, Khue My Ward, Ngu Hanh Son District, Da Nang