Uniquely Oriental flavours

10:54 | 23/07/2019
Currently recognised as one of the few reputable and most respected brands in Vietnam in the food and beverage (F&B) industry, Capella D1 Corporation successfully manages ten outlets for three well-known brands, including Cantonese style restaurant system San Fu Lou, Sorae Sushi Sake Lounge, and Di Mai Vietnamese Restaurant.
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Capella D1 brought a piece of cross-Asian charm to Ho Chi Minh City

With these achieved foundations, the company established a firm foothold and is ready to launch a new journey in the future. Within just five years, F&B has opened up optimistic prospects for Capella D1 because of its high revenue and an average growth rate of two new outlets and at least one new project per year.

San Fu Lou takes the traditional concept of a Cantonese kitchen and brings it to a new level of sophistication with a contemporary Oriental ambience replete with the colours and material of a traditional Guangdong house. The restaurant system offers a delectable, nutritional, and hygienic dim sum menu with exclusive fresh ingredients.

uniquely oriental flavours

As a diner at San Fu Lou, you would enjoy their flavourful Cantonese cuisine. The restaurant always longs to serve high-quality meals. Of particular interest is the open kitchen, which is the first in Vietnam for a Cantonese restaurant, and allows diners to take in a visual feast before the food is served. Some of the favourites of San Fu Lou’s regulars include scallop, prawn, and dumplings, duck, as well as salted egg buns. There is nothing better to enjoy those small wonders than a traditional bowl of hand-pulled, stir-fried noodles. Furthermore, San Fu Lou is also proud of its roasted duck such as Hong Kong duck.

Are you a fan of Japanese food? Then don’t miss the chance to take a seat at Sorae Sushi Sake Lounge. “Sorae” – Above the sky, is precisely what the name implies. A Japanese restaurant that has one of the most breath-taking views and is the ideal place for a romantic rendezvous in Saigon’s city centre.

Sorae offers a dining and entertainment concept like no other. It creates an ultra-chic elegant environment with a Tokyo twist for the most stylish and sophisticated people in the city to meet, eat, and relax. The restaurant carefully crafted interiors complementing its cutting-edge modern Japanese menu, and each area of the venue follows a unique concept which attracts high-end customers, who love the chic urban experience Sorae created for them.

The Sorae restaurant is renowned not only for its sashimi from fresh ingredients (either fished domestically or directly delivered from the famous Tsukiji and Osaka seafood market in Japan) but is also the provenance of grilled Wagyu and Angus steak. For diners who prefer a little more privacy, Sorae provides private VIP rooms, which are all themed with different topics to narrate Japanese traditions and culture. Its 12 private rooms are ranging from spacious rooms for large groups with stunning views over the city skyline to intimate spaces for small groups.

uniquely oriental flavours

Another unique fine dining experience of Capella D1 is Di Mai Vietnamese restaurant, located in the lively heart of Ho Chi Minh City and adjacent to Ben Thanh Market and Landmark 81. The essence of Vietnamese food is always balanced, vibrant, and full of flavour. These are characteristics that make Vietnamese cuisine stand out, even amid the current expansion of strong market competitors.

At Di Mai, diners can explore a culinary journey of authentic Vietnamese flavours in an open kitchen-style setting. The restaurant, with its inviting dining space, helps cast aside the pressures of life and take pleasure in the culinary delights of the country.

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Capella D1 sets a delectable table for patrons’ enjoyment

Rooted in Vietnam’s cultural heritage, Di Mai’s cuisine is invariably attached to the image of rustic countryside food. By visiting this restaurant, diners would be astonished by the subtle and distinctive architecture with Vietnamese and Indo-Chinese influences, such as a dinner table in the concept of a tuk-tuk. Moreover, a great deal of attention has gone into the traditional Ao Dai for waiters and waitresses as well as the Vietnamese pattern aprons for the chef, representing the unique traits of Di Mai.

The harmonious blend of Vietnamese state-of-the-art and traditional designs builds up Di Mai’s focal point. The two facade dining room conceives the subtle uniqueness of street food and traditional cooking techniques throughout various Vietnamese regions.

By Que Chi

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