Grand Opening of Pizza 4P’s Hai Ba Trung | The touch of Farm-Garden Concept


Hidden in an alley at 151B Hai Ba Trung, District 3, HCMC, the 8th restaurant of Pizza 4P’s celebrated its Grand Opening last weekend.

The focus of the design team this time was on creating a space where people can connect with nature. Covered by greenery, a visit to Pizza 4P’s Hai Ba Trung is a special experience, where guests can go inside the “HEM” and explore a new space that contrasts hugely with the bustling street outside.

To create an out-of-the-ordinary experience, Mr. Nishizawa – Head of the design team – came up with a Farm-Garden concept that took inspiration from a visit to an agricultural garden in Sadec (a city in Vietnam).



Mr Nishizawa’s first impression of plants growing under an agriculture net stretching out overhead brought him to the decision to use an agriculture net as the primary material for the design of the new restaurant. This material is applied to remove the barrier between people and nature, as well as to facilitate natural elements, such as sunlight and wind, to enter into the inner space.

The interior design showcases the beauty of natural material with items such as wooden furniture, brick walls and flower vases on the table. Through the transparent sliding doors, guests sitting inside the restaurant can look out into the garden whilst at the same time welcome natural light from the outside. Moreover, trees are planted by the Pizza counter and in between tables to let nature come closer to diners.


This time, Pizza 4P’s Hai Ba Trung brings a special space of a natural garden than just simply a restaurant. Surrounded by many office towers, it can be a place to relax after a long day’s work, or somewhere to enjoy lunch with colleagues. Moreover, with a large amount of space, this location could also be the ideal setting to create special moments with friends and family in the evening or on the weekend. We hope Pizza 4P’s Hai Ba Trung will help us continue our mission of “Delivering Wow, Sharing Happiness”.