Marrying European and Asian styles and incorporating the beautiful design details from each culture, Vista’s Red Ginger restaurant is reminiscent of the era of French rule in Asia. The entrance features two distinct Asian birdcage chairs, chinoiserie pottery, pagoda-inspired lamps, and French colonial-style caning. Guests can choose between two different experiences and spaces: the central area and corridor offer an airy and larger environment, while the second area provides a more intimate experience and includes a small private dining room. Within the larger area, screen elements with Asian-inspired patterns separate groups and tables. Wallcoverings include hand-painted Chinese landscapes created in a watercolor-like technique. Ten-foot-wide chandeliers create a focal point while guests enjoy Asian fusion fare. Towards the back of the restaurant, the Studio DADO team designed a custom wall of hand-blown glass and mirror pieces inspired by the hanging lanterns of Hoi An in Vietnam creating an ethereal feeling. The small private dining room displays a large, immersive banana leaf mural. Steeped in tradition and texture, Red Ginger encompasses the drama and glamour of French and Asian enmeshed high styles.