Shangri-la Hotel, Abu Dhabi’s Hoi An reopens

The reopening features an all-you-can-eat Super Sapa menu available on Tuesdays

Shangri-la Hotel, Abu Dhabi’s Hoi An reopens
Shangri-la Hotel, Abu Dhabi’s Hoi An reopens

Shangri-la Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri has re-launched its Vietnamese restaurant, Hoi An.

The reopened venue has introduced a refined menu with a Super Sapa buffet held daily, from 6pm to 7:30pm.

The concept at Shangri-la Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri has made some additions to its a la carte menu with dishes such as the oxtail soup, Saigon beef salad, charcoal-grilled marinated duck breast and vegetarian pancakes.

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The Super Sapa buffet has been extended to include Tuesdays. Guests will be entertained with live stations showcasing banh mi, the Vietnamese baguette and a handpan drummer.

The restaurant’s chef de cuisine, Ta Van Ninh said: “I have the passion to continuously innovate and elevate our offerings at Hoi An by showcasing our traditional dishes and celebrating Vietnamese gastronomies.  I am very excited to kick off the new season and share the new experiences that we have prepared for our guests.”

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