Lost in Found: A 5-Sense Vietnamese Culinary Experience by Cyclo

By That's Shanghai, December 1, 2020

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Multiple award-winning Vietnamese restaurant, Cyclo

Cyclo, a long-running designated expert in Vietnamese cuisine and nightlife in Shanghai, introduces its newly developed concept: Lost in Found

20201119_0022-copy.jpgLost in Found is an exclusive space in the Found 158 complex. With high-end technology systems and equipment, it brings an enthralling installation for dining and special private events. Lost in Found is more than just a room, it’s a full immersion of culture, cuisine and artistic interpretation. 

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Take a journey through the different vistas of Vietnam with a 8-course Vietnam Discovery Menu. Open up your five senses: sight, smell, auditory, touch and, of course, taste for a sensory experience that’s unique and unforgettable. 

The entire dining experience is transformed into a full sensory exploration with colorful images and videos along with interactive music while you experience the aromas, flavors and textures of this delicious meal. This 8-course, five senses dinner includes refreshing drinks as well. 

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Lost in Found is an ideal venue for private events. With its comfortable lounge chairs, an extensive private bar area with an endless selection of drinks and state-of-the-art sound system, lighting system and projected walls, it certainly is a VIP experience. 

Brand-new video mapping systems and a video projector provide captivating visuals that can be customized for any event. DJ equipment is also available for additional entertainment, making it the ideal venue for personal events like birthdays, wedding proposals, anniversaries and more. Lost in Found ensures your celebration goes off without a hitch. 

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Lost in Found caters up to 30 seats for dining and 40 seats for meetings. With the open dance floor layout, it accommodates up to 60 standing guests.

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You can also choose between different food and drink packages to suit your events' needs. Whether you prefer a 6-course dinner menu or a finger food menu, the delicious flavors of Vietnamese food will shine through in every bite. Free flow packages are also available.

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Don’t stress about planning your next private event, Lost in Found is the place for you that can handle all the details. It’ll surely be a one-of-a-kind, memorable event, no matter the occasion. 


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[All images courtesy of Cyclo]

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