Indochine Restaurant

Small, intimate and seating up to thirty guests, the Indochine Restaurant serves three meals daily and combines both buffet style service with à la carte fine dining. Viet Princess Cruise Hospitality Director is originally from Europe and the onboard Head Chef calls Cambodia home. All hospitality service crew are Khmer and speak English fluently.

Our Team

"If you put passion in your job, it will bring perfection in your work" Eric Christophe - Hospitality Director

Along with Viet Princess Cruise, Eric Christophe always has taken care of the best interest of the company and its crew, by embracing and loving the country and inhabitants of Vietnam.

After decades of experience onboard the most renowned cruise lines around the world, our French Hospitality Director has decided to settle for a while in this area of the world. Not only being an asset for Viet Princess Cruises he is as well a caring leader enhancing people to develop their skills at their best, making sure no details are too small, and no requests are too large to fulfilled guests' satisfaction & expectation.

Our Chef

Executive Chef On’s passion for cooking was inspired at an early age by his grandmother. Owing to his passion on cuisine inspired directly and growing drastically up, this skillful craftsman determined to build a culinary career. He has many years of experience working in ultimate luxury restaurants.

With his wealth of wisdom for creating gastronomic dishes in the vast quantity of extravagant cruises, it is not absolutely exaggerated that Mr. On is the embodiment of the potential and professional chef.
Our Chef


As well as a variety of superior amenities, all trained crews are referred to as a lighthouse for diners enjoying their meals in The Indochine Restaurant to navigate to the edge of a genuinely incredible time. Having previously received a professional training course, generous staffs have consistently bent over backwards to realize guests’ demands during the trip.

In addition, amicable staffs with a smile on their lips make all guests a positive vibes for the sake of customers’ the greatest possible service experience.



It is believed that each culinary art represents the different region because each cuisine contains its own customary quintessence and portrays a regional portrait.
With a desire for conveying different culinary arts characteristics, we, The Indochine Restaurant, determine to cater to the combination of Asian and Western cuisine which is one appropriate choice for customers to easily enjoy both liberal West features and customary East ones.

Thanks to proficient Cambodian chefs, the kind of eating in the morning and the afternoon is the buffet so it’s remarkable and astonishing for guests to enjoy an assortment of harmonious and stunning dishes in an unrestricted way. When the night falls, guests coming to The Indochina Restaurant have many options to select specific dishes they crave so the type of “A la carte menu” is provided and enjoy the charming and poetic river scenery.