Hoi An restaurants and makeshift food stalls are numerous to suit the culinary tourists’ tastes for either the sophisticated dining establishments or the simple yet delicious addresses. Hoi An is ideal for the nostalgic souls; here, people come back in time to the ancient houses, the amiable locals, as well as the long-lasting regional foods. Meanwhile, you easily come across the international tracks for French, American, Japanese, Spanish, and Chinese.
No tour to Hoi An is complete without eating the local specialties such as “cao lau” (a mixture of wheat noodle, bean sprouts, roasted pork, and herbs), Quang noodle, Chicken Rice, etc.; all of which are cooked only with the fresh greens, meat, fish, and herbs. Within Hoi An Ancient Town, the popular eateries are scattered conveniently and fit every budget. In particular, where to eat in Hoi An? Read on to sort out the best favorites.
Banh Mi Phuong
It’s not kidding that Banh Mi Phuong is regarded as “the best banh mi in Vietnam” where serves the best bread with pork, herbs, and spices for almost any flavor. Many gourmets prefer eating the delectable bread in this cart every time they travel to Hoi An because it’s so extraordinarily delicious… Read for about Banh My Phuong here !
Working time: 10:00 – 20:00
Address: 2B Phan Chau Trinh Street
Being one of the best restaurants in Hoi An, Morning Glory deserves the reputation thanks to the very fancy foods that have existed in Hoi An for ages. The atmosphere in this dining zone is inspiring, and the patrons almost feel happy to eat and get served there. The Morning Glory restaurant has lots of branches in Vietnam and makes its title more and more popular to the connoisseurs. Also, the cooking courses attract the broad interest in the hands-on cooking experience right in the open kitchen. Since this restaurant is often full, please book or come early.
Working time: 09:00 – 22:00
Address: 106 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street
The Cargo Club
Every day of your visit in Hoi An becomes highly satisfied if eating in The Cargo Club – where to enjoy the appetizing breakfast, afternoon cake, and late-night dessert. While the downstairs seating is elegantly decorated, the upstairs seating offers the beautiful river view. Whatever corner you seat in this club, expect to savor the succulent and value-for-money meals in Hoi An.
Working time: 08:00 – 23:00
Address: 107 – 109 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street
Good Morning Vietnam
If you feel like eating pizza and pasta right in Hoi An, the Good Morning Vietnam dining venue has the great stuff for you. The tasty wood-oven pizza and house-made pasta delight the gourmets’ palate from the first taste. While the foods are fascinating, the dining environment is elegant and comfortable for the leisurely dining enjoyment.
Working time: 10:00 – 22:00
Address: 102 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street
Thanh Cao Lau
There is most famous address in the town that serves the authentic “cao lau” – Thanh Cao Lau – and fortunately, it is very excellent. Here, you find the standard “cao lau” of noodle, barbecued pork slices, greens (taken from the neighboring Tra Que Vegetable Village), etc., to fulfill stomach.
Working time: 10:00 – 20:00
Address: 26 Thai Phien Street
Ba Le Well
Hoi An has the crispy pancake, pork skewers, and spring rolls. They are special, and luckily, the Ba Le Well restaurant has them for you. This dining spot offers the all-you-can-eat feast with the complete guide on how to eat it. A bonus for this place lies on the friendly staff who is good at telling jokes to entertain the patrons.
Working time: 09:30 – 21:30
Address: 51 Tran Hung Dao Street
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