“Hanoi Aqua Central” - Above the sky, just like its name, Hanoi Aqua Central is one of the most spectacular Japanese restaurants and also an ideal destination right in the heart of Saigon. . Located at the 24th and 25th floors of AB office building (76 Le Lai, District 1), Hanoi Aqua Central is one of the Japanese restaurants with the most stylish cuisine and a must-know destination. of the gourmet in the heart of the city. This place will be an ideal place for customers who want to enjoy the unique Japanese culinary experiences and immerse themselves in the cultural beauty of Tokyo right in the magnificent Saigon.
Not only famous famous sashimi dishes with the best fresh ingredients caught in Vietnam or shipped directly from the famous Tsukiji and Osaka seafood markets of Japan, Hanoi Aqua Central restaurant also has Yakitori & Beer area. The kitchen, where chefs make yakitori with ingredients that are equally outstanding, such as Wagyu or Angus beef, grilled on a charcoal grill to bring out the best flavors. The quintessence of Japanese cuisine with each dish is a work of art with the dedication of more than 20 top chefs who make the pure Japanese flavor.
This is the only Sushi & Sake Bar to display a collection of famous Sake wines and fresh seafood imported from Japan. Here, diners can also admire the process of the masters preparing the freshest sashimi.
Besides Sushi Bar, the open kitchen Yakitori & Beer is also a highlight of the restaurant. Diners can both enjoy the typical Yakitori meat skewers with a rich beer collection, and observe Japanese masters grilling the fragrant meat skewers on the bright red charcoal stove including Wagyu beef, bacon, fish. and other types of barbecue.
Hanoi Aqua Central has VIP rooms for guests who want a private space for the evening or special occasions. Each room is designed according to a separate theme to help diners get rich experiences and thereby can understand Japanese culture and traditions more clearly. There are a total of 14 separate themed rooms at Hanoi Aqua Central: Ryotei, Bonsai, Sakura, Ginza, Fujiyama, Zen, Geisha, Niwa, Yozora, Misora, Hinata, Hoshi, Shinju, Koi.