Asiana Food Town is situated within the Sense Market Shopping Center, located underneath 23/9 Park.
The location is in the heart of the southern metropolis and within walking distance of popular tourist destinations such as Ben Thanh Market and the Bui Vien Street ‘backpacker area.’
Covering an area of over 5,000 square meters, Sense Market was inaugurated in January.
The venue opens daily from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm and features a variety of shopping activities and food services.
Asiana Food Town spans about 1,500 square meters, housing over 300 seats and nearly 100 food stalls offering distinctive cuisine from Vietnam, Japan, Laos, Cambodia, India, and other Asian countries.
Each stall is decorated in a different theme, all of which harmonize in an atmosphere that embodies eastern culture and cuisine, providing diners with traditional taste and high-quality service.
|A Turkish man showcases his skills while making his signature ice-cream for his customers at the underground food court.|
|The venue is decorated with paintings highlighting traditional Vietnamese culture and cuisine.|
|Jahid, an Indian chef, makes Naan, a popular Indian dish at the Asiana Food Town.|
|A Indian chef cooks a dish for his buyers.|
|Traditional Vietnamese desert is offered at a food stall.|
|A group of visitors from France and Spain enjoy ‘banh xeo,’ a traditional Vietnamese pancake, at the Asiana Food Town.|
|Foreign tourists browse for clothes at the Sense Market Shopping Center.|
|Visitors check out handicrafts sold at the underground trade area.|