Virtual dining experienced introduced in Vietnam
The 3D dining table concept has been globally popular in Western countries and Asia ones, such as Japan, China, and Singapore. And now, this entertainment experience has come to Vietnam under the name of Le Petit Chef in Ho Chi Minh City and Magica in Hanoi.
Your tabletop will be projected by colorful adventures of food, fresh ingredients, flowers, and plants. Guests will dine in the dark and among themed music, with only light shadowed the tables. The project is handled by a high-tech projector aloof your head, which runs to more than 2 hours of show time.
The images are 3D, but rest in mind, your dishes are real. Each course is of Michelin quality with elegant decoration.
Le Petit Chef was first introduced in late 2019 in Square One restaurant of Park Hyatt Saigon. As a Skullmapping company product, the project consists of stories of a tiny virtual chef cooking your dishes directly on your table.
Magica is brought to life in Hanoi later than one year compared to Ho Chi Minh City. Unlike Ho Chi Minh's version, Magica is a performance mixture of natural beauty, bird songs, and flower patterns. The bonus point of this show is the 3D screening on the surrounding wall. Magica takes place in Pan Pacific Hotel Hanoi with two seats of 6.30 pm and 8.30 pm.
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