7 best restaurants in Hoi An (Part 2)

When it comes to the abundance of dining choices in Hoi An, the list of the best restaurants following is just the tip of the iceberg. So, don’t be afraid to explore the whole town in order to learn about the special cuisine of this wonderful country. You will undoubtedly have a delicious adventure during your stay in Hoi An.

1. Quan Chay Ba Dam Vegetarian Restaurant

Quan Chay Ba Dam is a vegan restaurant owned by a family in Hoi An. You will make your own plate at this restaurant by combining various vegetables, soy meat, noodle soup, and rice. The price is incredibly low, ranging from VND 20.000 to 30.000 for a pan. While it may be difficult to locate this vegetarian restaurant in a narrow alley on Phan Chu Trinh lane, it certainly provides a more authentic local experience.

Address: 71/20 Phan Chu Trinh Street, Minh An Ward, Hoi An
Opening hours: 7:00 am – 8:00 pm
Type: Vegetarian Restaurant

2. Song Thu Restaurant

Song Thu restaurant, located next to the Thu Bon Canal, is a great spot to spend your weekends and holidays. Since its inception in 2004, it has built a reputation for supplying consumers with a wide range of seafood and vegetables. Many types of seafood, such as crayfish, prawns, and lobsters, can be found here. It draws a large number of diners who come to enjoy the finest seafood dishes in Hoi An because of its professional chefs and high-quality facilities.

Address: 55 Tran Quang Khai street, Cam Chau Ward, Hoi An
Opening hours: 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Type: Seafood Restaurant

3. Art Space

ArtSpace hopes to lead guests on a trip to the future of food as the first art and dining model. The restaurant has an airy and lightroom that provides a luxurious atmosphere. With a wood-fired stone fireplace, the outdoor space seems to be cozy. Its groundbreaking menu offers a diverse range of classic western cuisine and freshly captured seafood. They make a commitment to serving high-quality foods with organic choices. Above everything, their pizza is the standout meal that you can not pass up. We strongly advise you to try the Frutti di Mare pizza.

Address: 1 Pham Hong Thai Street, Cam Chau Ward, Hoi An
Opening hours: 07:00 am – 10:30 pm
Type: Pizza Restaurant

4. Miss Ly Cafeteria

Miss Ly Cafeteria is located in the heart of the old quarter. Because of its convenient location, it draws a large number of customers on a daily basis. To build a comfortable atmosphere, the restaurant has a simple setting with wooden furnishings, warm lighting, and antique paintings. Their employees are fluent in English and are still eager to assist. Since the menu has a lot of options, we recommend you try three local dishes here: grilled pork, cao lau, and white rose dumplings.

Address: 22 Nguyen Hue Street, Cam Chau Ward, Hoi An
Opening hours: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Type: Vietnamese Restaurant

5. White Marble Wine Bar & Restaurant

White Marble Wine Bar, a common hangout for Hoi An residents, is an excellent option for those looking for quiet evenings with their loved ones. With white tables and stools, decorative pillows, antique prints, and wooden racks, the restaurant is a nice combination of old and modern. Its menu features both authentic Vietnamese and foreign fare. You should listen to swing, acoustic, and retro pop melodies as you eat.

Address: 98 Le Loi street, Hoi An
Opening hours: 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Type: Vietnamese Restaurant & Bar

6. Mai Fish

Mr Duc, an American Vietnamese chef, owns three restaurants in the area. It has had a lot of success in preserving many ancient recipes and serving the finest food at a fair price. Mr Duc developed a more traditional eatery at Mai Fish, serving famous local dishes such as banh mi and Cao Lau. This traditional-looking restaurant can be found on the western side of the Japanese Bridge.

Address: 45 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai street, Minh An ward, Hoi An
Opening hours: 8:30 am – 11:00 pm
Type: Vietnamese Restaurant

7. Mango Mango Restaurant

Mr. Duc opened another restaurant, Mango Mango, after his success at Mango Rooms. The chic riverside eatery is next to the well-known Japanese Covered Bridge. Its menu is so affordable for such a fun and cool place to eat, and it includes imaginative contemporary Vietnamese dishes with funky names like Rocking Rolls, Peekin’ Duckling, and Lord of the Squid Rings. To see the owner’s sense of adventure, order the Flying Phoenix (duck with passionfruit and chocolate). Don’t forget to launch your meal with the Passion in Love cocktail.

Address: 45 Nguyen Phuc Chu street, Minh An ward, Hoi An
Opening hours: 8:30 am – 11:00 pm
Type: American & Vietnamese Restaurant

 

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