Quick Guide to International Restaurants
International Restaurant Reviews
From garden to table – ‘Eat Thai’ restaurant doesn’t use any MSG or store-bought sauces; they make everything fresh, including their own chili powder!
Good Morning Vietnam
While Good Morning, Vietnam is a little bland in terms of atmosphere, it’s a nice ‘n’ safe option to go for a chilled-out meal. Offers home delivery also.
Hmong Sisters Beach Bar & Grillhouse
The Hmong Sisters isn’t the cheapest but it’s a higher quality to most An Bang beachfront restaurants. Wine is delicious and the food and setting sublime.
Opio Mezze Bar
Enjoy the great authentic Lebanese food and electronic music at great prices. Mezze plate specialists with hummus, salads and bbq meat middle eastern style.
Hoi An Brewery
Aside from the unique drinks and the delicious BBQ meat, Hoi An Brewery is just a really lovely place to hang out with a wonderland, festive outdoor setting
If you’re looking for great Indian food that’s filling, tasty and well-priced – and to enjoy it in a friendly setting – Ganesh is the place for you.
White Marble Wine Bar & Restaurant
Hoi An Old Town wine bar, White Marble, ticks all the boxes – superb setting, great wine and great food. Elegant, sophisticated ‘fine dining’ .
Green Mango $$$
Green Mango – from braised lamb shank to blackened filet mignon to a sumptuos array of Vietnamese dishes with a fusion twist – great cooking class as well
Ole Spain $$
Ole Spain is where you’ll find high-quality, heart-warming, authentic Spanish cuisine… at a very reasonable price. Paella, sangria and much more.
Min’s Sushi & BBQ
A wonderful boutique Japanese restaurant in Hoi An, Min’s Sushi & BBQ is a very affordable sample of quality Japanese cuisine. Don’t miss it!
Hola Taco $$
After eating at Hola Taco you’ll be dreaming of their homemade nacho chips, their chunky, creamy guacamole and cheesy quesadillas for weeks to come.
Sea Crab Bar Cafe Restaurant $$
Sea Crab Bar-Cafe-Restaurant has it all covered food and drink wise Great live music some nights and top spot for digital nomads by the beach.
The Noodle House $$
The Noodle House on Bach Dang lives up to its name – it’s home to a huge variety of noodles, and dishes inspired by noodles.
Prime Steakhouse is one of the best Hoi An Restaurants. Indeed it’s a world-class steakhouse that rivals the best in New York, Paris or Sydney.
Mango Rooms $$$
Mango Rooms is a mainstay of Hoi An’s fusion eateries. The decor vibrant, the music chilled, the staff lovely and as for the food, it’s out of this world!
La Maison Deli $$-$$$
La Maison Deli has a great outdoor setting with drinks a cut above usual cafes’. Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, Thai and European cuisine options abound.
ThirtySeven Woodfired Grill & Bar $$$
ThirtySeven Woodfired Grill offers one of the best culinary journeys in Hoi An. Superb cocktails, diverse settings, divine food, great wine list and the Hoi An Cigar Club!
The Happy Buffalo
Serving up cold beer, delicious cocktails, and tasty tapas-style food at reasonable prices, The Happy Buffalo is fast becoming a tourist and expat favorite.
Hoi An Steakhouse $$$
Hoi An Steakhouse steaks are melt-in-the mouth tender, and cooked to perfection. In fact I can’t remember sinking my fangs into a more tender steak – ever!
Dingo Deli $$
Dingo Deli is a delectable Western Oasis in an Asian world – Lavazza coffee, smoked ham, parmesan cheese in blocks and a bakery with a constantly changing array of pastries and breads. With one of Hoi An’s best international menus, a Western mini-mart and a quality children’s playground, expats rely on it heavily.
Baba’s Kitchen $$
Baba’s Kitchen is the best Indian restaurant in town for many. Their food has a genuine kick of original flavor and it’s not dumbed down.
Restaurant & Cafe Tuan – Another Trip Advisor Marvel $
Restaurant & Cafe Tuan puts many of its much pricier competitors to shame, and it is a clear market leader of Hoi An’s budget cafes.
Thai Market $$
Housed in an old colonial building on the edge of Hoi An’s Old Town is Thai Market Restaurant serving authentic Thai food at great prices.
Nhan’s Kitchen (Bep Nhan) $
Nhan’s Kitchen serves Italian-style food, sandwiches and burgers alongside Vietnamese standards very cheaply. Popular with first-class customer service.
Circle Cafe $$
Circle makes some of the best burgers in Vietnam. What’s its secret? It’s the Juicy Lucy – a a Minneapolis invention stuffed with cheese before cooking
Mix Greek Restaurant $$
I was first introduced to Greek food around the time ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ was released. My mother loved the movie and one day announced we would be going to a Greek restaurant. I was excited – after all, I was a girl who was ‘cultured’, eating Kimchi at the age of six, escargot by seven, and a plethora of other delicacies my friends hadn’t even heard of, let alone considered including in their strict Kraft-boxed-dinner repertoire.
Belleville Restaurant & Lounge
There’s nothing else like Belleville Restaurant & Lounge in Hoi An. Fine food, live music, bohemian atmosphere, great location.
Nu Eatery $$
Nu Eatery is one of the best value-for-money eateries in town. And its ‘Asian Fusion’ style, characterized by a light touch, is refreshingly original too.
Weavers (Formerly Kebab Shack) $
Without airs and graces, Kebab Shack is one of Hoi An’s best cheap eateries, especially if you hanker for some classic British pub gub or kebabs.
Jim’s Snackbar $
Jim’s is no ordinary snackbar. The food is high quality at everyman prices and an interesting range of imported beers completes the picture.
Mango Mango $$$
Self-described as a lounge bar/restaurant, Mango Mango has an adventurous fusion menu and an exciting cocktail scene around sundown.
The Secret Garden $$-$$$
The Secret Garden’s glorious French-colonial, garden setting makes this hidden gem one of the prettiest places to dine in Hoi An. Fusion style.
Chips ‘N’ Fish ‘N’ Stuff $$
Loved by Hoi An expats the service at Chips n Fish n Stuff is exemplary and the beer’s icy cold. The seafood is great, and the atmosphere is friendly.