restaurant in Hoi An recommended by traveler

Most of best restaurant in Hoi An is set in Hoi An center,  you can enjoy local or international cuisine with good service and nice ambiance. Hoi An ancient town attracts thousand of traveler every month, all of the trips to Hoi An is processed without trying its traditional specialties, we have recommended some of the favorite places to enjoy Banh Bao, Banh Vac, Cao Lau, Chicken rice, Banh My…. Hoi An is also teeming with expat-owned restaurants and bistros, serving western favorites, local dishes.
Read on to discover Hoi An’s most popular dining places with Huracars team

Ancient Faifo Restaurant in Hoi An

Ancient Faifo Restaurant is an upmarket dining venue that’s accessible within walking distance from the Japanese Covered Bridge and Fujian Assembly Hall. Featuring unique family heirlooms, antique furnishing, ceramics, oil paintings, it comprises café space, a bar, terrace, art gallery and restaurant showcasing works by the artists. Foodwise, this restaurant specializes in Central Vietnamese food and Italian cafe. Diners can enjoy a wide range of wines, beer, and cocktails where the pianist plays between 7h00 – 9h00 pm every day and the acoustic show is held from Thu, Fri, Sat.

Opening Hours: Daily 07:00 – 22:00

Address: 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hoi An

Morning Glory Restaurant

Morning Glory Restaurant serves an array of Hoi An local food in a stylish setting. Morning Glory restaurant occupies a refurbished colonial building along Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, featuring an open kitchen and a breezy terrace that overlooks Hoi An Ancient Town. We highly recommended local food include the Mi Quang noodles, clay pot fish with sauce and pork-stuffed squid. This restaurant is a good dining spot for vegetarians with crunchy tofu coated in young sticky rice, bean sprouts, vegetable curry soup.

Opening Hours: Daily 09:00 – 22:00

Address: 106 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hoi An

Aubergine 49 Restaurant in Hoi An

Aubergine 49 Restaurant features an attractive menu of Asian cuisine, exquisite wines, and special desserts. This dining venue is headed by Vietnamese chef Thinh, who has worked in Padstow’s The Seafood Restaurant, The Lanesborough Hote and Nihonryori Ryugin, a three-Michelin starred restaurant in Tokyo.
Priced from 5 USD, restaurant’s a la carte option include duck liver parfait, pistachio-crusted, goat cheese, miso-glazed sea bass, roasted rack of lamb, and stuffed squid. For dessert, we recommend for try special dessert such as the dark chocolate (5 USD) and ban coffee pie with brandy snap and yogurt sorbet (4 USD).

Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 18:00 – 22:00

Address: 49A, Ly Thai To Street, Hoi An

Dau Bac Restaurant Hoi An

Quan Dau Bac is a local establishment that’s famous for its authentic yet affordable Vietnamese offerings. Only 2 mins walking from Japanese Covered Bridge, it’s a cramped and open-air restaurant with a number of low chair and table facing the main street. Great for a quick dinner before exploring Hoi An Ancient Town, Dau Bac restaurant’s signature dish is the meatless Vietnamese Tasting Plate (1 USD), which consists of cucumber, rice noodles, fresh herbs, deep-fried tofu served with pungent shrimp dipping sauce.

Opening Hours: Daily 14:00 – 22:00

Address: 147 Phan Chu Trinh street, Hoi An

Orivy Hoi An

Orivy Hoi An’s secluded garden setting and value-for-money Vietnamese offerings are ideal for escaping the busy streets of Hoi An Ancient Town. Standout dishes of this family-run restaurant include papaya salad with shrimp and pork (4 USD), Com Ga (4 USD), Mi Quang noodles (3 USD), glutinous rice cake (1 USD). Orivy Restaurant Hoi An also offers set menus 10 USD onwards, which comes with an appetizer, main course with dessert, rice, soft drinks. Located along Cua Dai Street, Orivy Hoi An is a 10-minute driving from central Market.

Opening Hours: Daily 12:00 – 22:00

Address: 578/1 Cua Dai Street, Hoi An

STREETS Restaurant Coffee

STREETS Restaurant coffee at Hoi An city center serve a good mix of international and Vietnamese delicacies in a contemporary dining venue. Just a 5 mins walking from Hoi An Japanese bridges, this restaurant is well frequented for its attentive service and local cuisines such as Cao Lau noodles, Hoi An chicken rice and some of Hoi An food, which is a generous platter of regional specialties. Cost range may be more expensive than your average local restaurant in Hoi An.

Opening Hours: Daily 12:00 – 22:00

Address: 17 Le Loi Street, Hoi An

Nu Eatery

Nu Eatery serves a selection of local and international favorites, fresh smoothies, imported wines, as well as uniquely flavored ice cream. Located near the iconic Japanese Covered Bridge, this cozy two-story restaurant features quaint décor, colonial-era floor tiling, wooden furnishings, and an open-air terrace that overlooks Hoi An Ancient Town’s pedestrian-friendly streets. Nu Eatery’s food menu features Vietnamese spring rolls, pork belly steamed buns, banh mi served with brioche buns, grilled pineapple, coconut and pomelo salad, and pumpkin with coconut milk soup. Lastly, satisfy your sweet tooth with a scoop of pomelo, lemongrass or chili ice cream.

Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 12:00 – 21:00

Address: 10A Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Hoi An

Ms Ly Café

Miss Ly Café is one of famous dining venue in Hoi An, has been in operation over 20 years. Surrounded by ancient houses, this family restaurant is decored with warm lighting, ceiling fans, wooden furnishing, and paintings while music plays in the background. Its reasonably cost menu comprises authentic local people cuisine such as thick rice noodles with barbecued pork, greens, and croutons – Cao Lau, white rose dumplings and ]grilled pork)].
Located in Hoi An Ancient Town, Miss Ly Café is close to Fujian Assembly Hall.

Opening Hours: Daily 08:30 – 22:00

Address: 22 Nguyen Hue Street, Hoi An

Lantern Town Restaurant

Lantern Town Restaurant caters to a sophisticated clientele of expats and tourists, where they can enjoy authentic Vietnamese food, Hoi An specialties, and unique fusion dishes. Decorated with contemporary local artworks and hand-painted silk lanterns, the restaurant features two indoor dining sections, lounge area, outdoor terrace, and an outdoor courtyard with sweeping views of Hoi An Ancient Town and Riverside. The Hoi An Sample Plate or Lantern Town Tasting Plate is great for sampling popular Vietnamese appetizers in one sitting or simply opt for its signature Mi Quang noodles, mixed fried rice, and braized clay pot fish.

Opening Hours: Daily 08:00 – 24:00

Address: 49 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Hoi An