These Masters of Food From Vietnam Will Dish Out Genuine Flavors Of Saigon

In Vietnamese culture, Tet, otherwise known as Vietnamese New Year, marks the arrival of spring season, which usually falls in the month of January or February.


In Vietnamese culture, Tet, otherwise known as Vietnamese New Year, marks the arrival of spring season, which usually falls in the month of January or February.

The joyous occasion is mark by big gatherings among families and friends, gift giving, loud street celebrations with matching firecrackers and traditional lion dance, and lots and lots of food.

And speaking of good food, Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas will play host to master chefs from Park Hyatt Saigon in celebration of Vietnamese New Year.

Happening from 20th to 24th February at the hotel’s Park Bar and Grill, ‘Masters of Food’ will summon the flavours of Vietnam inspired by the fresh and traditional ingredients from the markets of Saigon.

Guests will be taken to a colourful culinary journey through local street food delicacies including iconic treats like pho, banh cuon and grilled beef in lotus, just to name a few.

Soup in a black bowl pair of chopsticks with garnishing of mint, chilly slices and other ingredients

This fun and satisfying culinary spectacle is part of the hotel’s ‘Colour Your World’ campaign, which aims to bring generosity, wellbeing and inclusivity.

7pm-11pm. For reservation, call 02 407 1138. Visit www.hyatt.com/parkhyatthotelandvillas


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