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Givral Café opens its 2nd outlet in Vincom Megamall – Royal City Hanoi

Wednesday, July 31, 2013, 14:22 GMT+7

Continuing the success of the first flagship store in Trung Yen Plaza, on 26th July, Givral Café has opened its second iconic outlet in Hanoi.

Perfectly located on Block B2- Vincom Megamall, Royal City – The modern and luxurious urban complex in Hanoi, Givral Café is where East meets West, modernity meets tradition. With its unique architecture, along with a luxury but cozy space, the coffee shop is a wonderful place to work with your partners, to enjoy relaxing moments with friends or family.

The restaurant invites you to revitalize yourself after a long day shopping and exploring the mall with an array of premium coffees, delicious Givral cakes with over 60 years of history, mouthwatering famous Trang Tien and Mochi Ice-cream. Come to Givral Café, you can also taste healthy foods prepared by expert chef boasting fine culinary skills.

Mr. Sven Albert Saebel, CEO of Ocean Hospitality shared: “ Setting Givral at Vincom Megamall at Royal City is a strategic choice in Givral Café expansion plan. The outlet is one among about 30 Givral new stores in Hanoi and Hochiminh city.”

Givral Café:

·         114 Ham Nghi, Ben Nghe ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

·         Trung Yen Plaza, 1 Trung Hoa, Cau Giay, Hanoi

·         L7, B2, Vincom Megamall, Royal City, 72 Nguyen Trai, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi



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