Places to eat in Hoi An | SonDoong Cave in Vietnam

Places to eat in Hoi An

Hoi An at night

Hoi An Ancient town is a well-preserved trading port in Southeast Asia from 15th to the 19th century. The town attracts travellers around the world not only by its ancient and unique architecture like Japanese Bridge but also by local delicacies. There are 592 restaurants in Hoi An so it may confuses you where to eat. This article provides you with information about the best restaurants serving delicious dishes for you. Signature Cruise halong

Hoi An at night

Hoi An at night -source: internet

Herbs and Spices Cooking School

If you wants to eat but also can understand more about Vietnames cuisine, this is an ideal place which is always highly rated by foreign visitors. With long time experience of chefs, the Herbs and Spices Cooking School takes small groups for hands on experiences. They will explain to you about local food and spices that you use for cook. And because of 3 or 4 people in a group, you can be free to learn techniques and ask lots of questions. When you eat the dish you’ve made, I’m sure that you will understand why the restaurant’s chefs are so famous in Hoi An.

Inside Herbs and Spices Cooking School

Inside Herbs and Spices Cooking School -source: internet

Baba’s Kitchen

Located at 115 Phan Chau Trinh, Baba’s Kitchen is famous for serving the best Indian dishes, including vegetarian and even halal for Muslim guests. The restaurant ranks top 10 best restaurants in Hoi An. With favorable location which is near the center of Hoi An Ancient Town, you can easily access to the restaurant by tour buses and automobiles. You also don’t need to worry if you go with a team because the restaurant is relatively large with up to 100 seats.

Curry- the favorite dish in Baba’s restaurant

Curry- the favorite dish in Baba’s restaurant -source: internet

Morning Glory Restaurant

The restaurant is at 106 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, open daily from 8 am to 23 pm. This is an outstanding restaurant with a long history, providing the best street foods and traditional prepared dishes which primarily originate from the central Vietnam. Morning Glory is famous for the pork-stuffed squid, sugarcane skewers and shrimp mousse. Besides, it also offers an excellent selection of vegetarian with many wonderful kinds of salads. Prices are quite reasonable (60,000 – 160,000VND/ a meal) given its surrounds, flavors and ambience. south Vietnam tours

Morning Glory Restaurant in Hoi An

Morning Glory Restaurant in Hoi An -source: internet

Streets Restaurant Café

The Streets Restaurant Café is located at 17 Le Loi Street, Hoi An in a beautifully restored shop. A special thing is that it is not only a cool, temporary restaurant but also a social enterprise and often holds culinary program for young disadvantaged people. The trainees spend several days in a week at the restaurant to apply what they have learned. This is an essential part of Streets program to provide training platform for observation and practice. The revenue goes toward this comprehensive program. The restaurant offers food inspired by chefs around the world with high standard of Vietnamese and international cuisine. It is open daily, serving lunch and dinner for travellers and local people.

Streets Restaurant Café

Streets Restaurant Café -source: internet

Above are the four nice restaurants in Hoi An. Hope that you can try some of them for your meals during your trip. I’m sure they will not only fill your stomach but also give you the best moments in Hoi An.

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