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Discovering an F&B hub at Saigon Centre

Quy Nguyen
Wednesday,  Mar 15,2017,23:39 (GMT+7)
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Discovering an F&B hub at Saigon Centre

Quy Nguyen

A view is seen from the fourth fl oor at the Saigon Centre - PHOTO: QUY NGUYEN

Saigon Centre is not only a shopping venue for fashion-lovers but also a hub of dining and drinking services for those wishing to find some new tastes to drink and enjoy a variety of Asian food.

Upon arrival at this center for the first time, you may be absorbed by numerous coffee shops with splendid and luxurious interior décor on the ground and first floors. These shops include RuNam Café, KhanhCasa Tea House, Ember Café, and Studio 77 Coffee and Tea House where guests will have a variety of choices for drinks, hang out with friends, or pose for photos. 

After enjoying a cup of coffee, visitors can drop in on B2 floor to explore a wide selection of Japanese-style sweet cakes. Japanese food lovers will be surrounded by the world of sushi, matcha ice-cream, Tokyo cheesecake and Dorayaki, cookies, and cupcakes with abundant tastes and colors, with prices ranging from VND45,000 to VND95,000 each.

In addition, guests can also find special tastes of Asian culinary cultures – like those of Japan, Thailand, and South Korea – when visiting the fifth floor of the center with countless restaurants such as Sushi Hokkaido Sachi, Pepper Lunch, King BBQ, Thai Express, Buffet Hoang Yen and Cowboy Jack’s – American Dining.

The highlight of the area is a traditional village, named Asian Corner, featuring Asian street food and promising to bring a fresh air for Asian-food lovers, staff offices, and foreign tourists. The Asian Corner will make a strong impression on diners with Japanese-style restaurants such as Kichi-Kichi hotpot express and Gyoza noodle, and Korean Barbecue restaurant called GoGi House.

Especially, diners can enjoy unique dishes from across Vietnam at Pho Ngon 37 (Delicious Street No.37) in a deluxe space that features yellow light, wooden tables, and pleasant staff dressed with ao ba ba (a shirt used by southern people). Sitting there, diners will have a meal in the cozy atmosphere like home.

Located at a prime location at 65 Le Loi Street in HCMC’s District 1, Saigon Centre has become a popular destination for young Saigonese and foreign tourists to come to enjoy the Asian culinary culture, hangout with group of friends in the deluxe coffee shops apart from doing some frantic shopping.

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