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Here is the top 10 restaurant to eat when you are in HoiAn.
1. Mango mango
Address: 45 Nguyễn Phúc Chu
American Vietnamese chef Tran Duc first made a name for himself in Hoi An more than a decade ago serving contemporary Asian cuisine at Mango Rooms. The formula worked so well that a few years later he opened Mango Mango. The cuisine is similar in style, the menu and setting quite different. In 2016, Duc expanded Mango Mango – and this is also a great place to grab a cocktail in Hoi An.

2. Aubergrine49
Address: 49 Lý Thái Tổ.
Aubergine49 is a modern European fine dining establishment situated a short distance from the UNESCO ancient town of Hoi An. We are the first restaurant of this style of dining in the area. Here at Aubergine49, we believe that giving you a quality experience is of upmost importance. From our locally sourced produce to our finest imported ingredients we are proud to present to you our Eurasian inspired dishes.

3. Morning glory
Address: 106 Nguyen Thai Hoc.
“One of the wonderful things about Vietnamese food is that the combinations help to create balance – a harmony between yin and yang. The uniqueness is created by combining taste and texture, fresh and fried, sweet and sour, and especially the inclusion of fresh herbs.”

4. Madam Kieu
Address: 86 Nguyen Phuc Chu.
Madam Kieu is a Vietnamese restaurant located on the river with a lovely location for customers to eat, drink, and relax in beautiful Hoi An. The especially point for this restaurant is the service is fast, the price is considering, live music every night

5. Kiman restaurant.
Address: 22 Tue Tinh.
Located in the same place with KimAn Hoian hotel & spa, the KimAn restaurant has the warmest asmostphere for having meal. Menu is diversified, include the Western and Asian food, cocktail and mocktail is one the best in town.

6. Cargo Club
Address: 107 Nguyen Thai Hoc.
Cargo Club is Ms Vy’s European-style café, restaurant & patisserie. Situated on Hoi An’s Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, and with its famous terrace overlooking the Thu Bon River, it serves an international menu with a wide selection of desserts, pastries and drinks.

7. Nu Eatery
Address: 10A Nguyen Thi Minh Khai.
Nữ Eatery, tucked in a quiet alley in historic Hội An serves simple tasty food prepared from fresh local ingredients in a homey neighborhood setting. Nu’s owner Phuc (pronounce “u” as you do in “put”) describes his place as an eatery rather than a restaurant. It’s wonderfully simple – but don’t come here expecting gourmet cuisine. The tiny menu features a handful of dishes, Asian and Western, all handpicked by Phuc. Nu, mean female or feminime in Vietnamese and Phuc named the place after his mother. Nữ Eatery offers fellow travelers a relaxed dining experience in a residential neighborhood steps away from the landmark Japanese Covered Bridge. Join them for some good food, fun people watching, and great conversations over a glass of cold beer. Come for the homemade ice creams. Come for the free post cards and travel tips.

8. Không cầm quán
Address: No 20/10,18/8 street.
The restaurant is one of well-known eating places in Hoi An for its delicious food at a reasonable price. Its specialties include tofu. Yangzhou fired rice, and salad dishes with tiny shrimps.
The place is large and open dining area can accommoade hundreds of diners and allow them to get close to nature. You can also enjoy karaoke here with your friend while having meal.

9. Hoài Linh restaurant
Address: 540 Hai Ba Trung.
Like other out-of-town eating places, the restaurant offers popular Vietnamese food such as clay pot fish, stir-fried vegetables and stir-fried tender beef with capsicum. The price is cheap and the staff is very friendly. One greater thing is that during your meal at the restaurant, you can have a chance to talk with its owner Hoai Linh and know about his family, business, and life in Vietnam. It is quite busy if tou come here for dinner, but you will enjoy its local atmosphere.

10. Đây rồi seafood restaurant
Address: Au Co Street.
One of the best seadfood restaurant in HoiAn. The location is too far from the center but the fresh seafood is worth it. In most of seafood restaurant, you can “go to the market”, it simplize for you can pick any kind of fresh, raw seafood in a bucket, and order to the waiter what kind of dishes you want to have with it (grilled, fried, stir-fried, boiled, steamed,…) Fantastic right?

By | 2018-12-18T03:51:04+00:00 Tháng Mười 12th, 2018|Things to do Hoi An|