Ratinger Löwe

Owned and operated by Cham Villas next door, this cosy restaurant with its German chefs may well be the best German restaurant in Vietnam. Its reasonably priced offerings span the breadth of German specialities, from excellent Wiener schnitzels and roasts to home-made sausages and cold cuts. The menu also features international and Vietnamese dishes and children's options.

Choose from an extensive wine menu, a selection of imported German beers and fresh tropical cocktails.

Inside the restaurant is a working replica of the 1885 Benz Patent-Motorwagen, the world's first vehicle designed to be propelled by a motor - in this case a 954cc, single-cylinder gasoline four-stroke delivering 0.9hp at 400rpm through a belt-drive transmission.

The name of the restaurant means "Ratingen Lion". Its logo is the coat of arms of the city of Ratingen near Düsseldorf.

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