Join the “piper lolot” restaurants in preserving the flavors of Vietnamese cuisine

Join the “piper lolot” restaurants in preserving the flavors of Vietnamese cuisine

TMG – Not only famous for its rich cultural history, Vietnam is also known for its unique culinary heritage that has won over the hearts of millions and millions of gastronomes.

Looking to showcase and preserve the authentic flavors that have been passed down through Vietnam’s long history, Thien Minh Group (TMG), one of Asia’s leading tourism groups, is pleased to introduce both foreign and domestic travelers to Spice Viet – a Vietnamese restaurant chain located in the four central cities of Hanoi, Hue, Hoi An and Ho Chi Minh City.

About Vietnamese cuisine

More than just a place for visitors to sit down to delicious food, Spice Viet restaurants are also about exploring the incredible diversity and depth of Vietnamese cuisine. Each dish is made from the freshest, most locally-sourced ingredients possible. Paired with traditional cooking techniques, the result is a truly unique and quintessentially Vietnamese culinary experience.

Spice Viet isn’t your average restaurant chain. It serves as an inspiration for visitors to start their journey to discover more about Vietnam’s culinary culture. At Spice Viet, diners are not only treated to tasty dishes but can also learn about the stories and origins of each dish. The team of talented and passionate chefs stand ready to help diners uncover the secrets behind traditional Vietnamese dishes as well as the cultural significance behind each plate.

Piper lolot leaf motif

Diners at Spice Viet, whether from home or abroad, near or far, are likely to recognize the restaurant’s logo, which is a betel leaf, an apt tribute to the beauty of Mother Nature.

Piper lolot, or “lá lốt,” is a very common type of plant, often found in areas with little sunlight and high humidity. With its mild, fragrant aroma, piper lolot is used to enhance the flavor of popular dishes in Vietnamese family meals, such as grilled beef wrapped in piper lolot leaves or minced meat wrapped in piper lolot leaves. Not only does it add a delightful fragrance to the dish, but piper lolot leaves are also known for their medicinal properties, particularly in treating ailments related to joint pain and aches.

The way of combining familiar leaves in Vietnamese people’s lives, such as piper lolot, with other common ingredients to create delicious dishes is also the operational philosophy of Spice Viet. It involves delicately blending fresh ingredients to create exceptional Vietnamese culinary masterpieces that are introduced to friends from all corners of the world.

Additionally, Spice Viet features farming and fishing elements as part of the décor, like bamboo fish traps and sickles used in harvesting rice, so that guests can reflect on the agricultural activities that have nourished the body and soul of countless generations of Vietnamese. Stepping into a Spice Viet restaurant is like stepping back in time, through a portal of culture, helping diners to have a better understanding and attachment to the people and country of Vietnam.

Convenient locations

Spice Viet restaurants can be found in four well-known Vietnamese cities that are rich in history: Hanoi, Hue, Hoi An, and Ho Chi Minh City. In particular, these restaurants are located in city center hotels like Flower Garden Hotel in Hanoi, ÊMM Hotel Hue, ÊMM Hotel Hoi An and ÊMM Hotel Saigon, making it easy for travelers and locals to enjoy excellent cuisine anytime, anywhere.

These cities are also great bases from which to explore some amazing urban attractions on every trip to Vietnam. Flower Garden Hotel is located right next to the center of Hanoi’s Old Quarter; ÊMM Hotel Hue is very close to the Perfume River; ÊMM Hotel Hoi An is a stone’s throw from a handful of UNESCO-listed attractions; and ÊMM Hotel Saigon allows easy access to the Notre Dame Cathedral, Ben Thanh Market, Independence Palace and more.

With the mission of preserving, developing, and promoting Vietnamese cuisine, TMG through the Spice Viet restaurant chain, offers diners unique culinary journeys. Visitors are invited to come to Spice Viet not only to enjoy the food but also to discover and experience what makes Vietnam unique through each meal. Come to Spice Viet Restaurant, where delicious food, captivating culture, and fascinating people intersect.

For more information about Spice Viet restaurants, a member of Thien Minh Group (TMG), please contact:

Hotline: 1800 599 955

Email: [email protected]


Established in 1994, TMG has grown from a company with 3 employees to a business with over 2,500 employees working worldwide. Thien Minh is currently a leading Asian group providing comprehensive travel services with a customer-centric approach. With 4 areas of activity including Destination Management, Hospitality, Online, and Aviation, TMG is a perfect piece in the journeys with the unique experiences of travelers.