Travel Guide to Vietnamese Restaurants
Vietnamese Restaurant Reviews
E village $$
E Village food, the lovely setting and friendly staff provide plenty of reasons to visit. Also prized for its green ethos and cultural authenticity.
Highway4 Review $$
Highway4 – an authentic Vietnamese restaurant, North Vietnamese inspired. Relaxed atmosphere, as much for drinking as eating. ‘Tuu Quan’- style.
Little Faifo $$$
Little Faifo in atmospheric Hoi An Old Town invites you to step into the past and enjoy Vietnamese cuisine in syle with great food and exemplary customer service.
Mango Rooms $$$
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.
Cafe 41 $
Tran Cao Van is the street for budget meals and Cafe 41 is as good as most. We’ll be back again, especially when looking for value with the kids.
Baby Mustard $$
Baby Mustard sits idyllically by Tra Que’s market gardens. It rates very highly on peer review sites, serving Vietnamese food closer to Western palates.
Hoi An Riverside Bar & Restaurant $$$
In Hoi An, there are only a few gourmet-quality, fine-dining options. Without hesitation we include Hoi An Riverside Restaurant in this elite group.
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.
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.
Home Hoi An Restaurant $$-$$$
Home Hoi An Restaurant has a deep understanding of the preparation and presentation of traditional Vietnamese food, especially Hoi An traditional dishes.
Ba Le Well Restaurant $
For an authentic Vietnamese dining experience in a relaxed garden setting, Hoi An’s Ba Le Well restaurant is not to be missed.
Orivy: A Great Introduction to Hoi An’s Signature Dishes $$
Orivy is definitely worth a visit for a very accessible introduction to local Hoi An cuisine: you’ll enjoy regional specialties in a lush garden setting.
Belleville Restaurant & Lounge
There’s nothing else like Belleville Restaurant & Lounge in Hoi An. Fine food, live music, bohemian atmosphere, great location.
Annen’s laidback style invites you to relax as you enjoy fresh, delicious, Vietnamese vegetarian cuisine at some of the cheapest prices in Hoi An.
Minh Hien 2
Leading vegetarian restaurant, Minh Hien 2, is a kissing cousin of the original Minh Hien on Tran Cao Van. Now, Minh Hien 3’s garden setting has been added to the Minh Hien success story proving good quality at good prices is a winning formula.
Mango Mango $$$
Self-described as a lounge bar/restaurant, Mango Mango has an adventurous fusion menu and an exciting cocktail scene around sundown.
Banh Mi Phuong $
Famously, Anthony Bourdain celebrated Banh Mi Phuong on television and it hasn’t looked back since. Is it the best banh mi in Hoi An? See for yourself.
Pho 323 $
Packed every morning with locals and the odd expat in the know, Pho 323 serves some of the best pho in Hoi An.
The Little Menu $$
The Little Menu is French café style in a 100-year-old house. It specializes, quite successfully, in authentic, home-style Vietnamese cooking.
Vy’s Market Restaurant And Cooking School $$
Everything, Vietnamese food-wise, is available at Ms Vy’s Market Restaurant and Cooking School. Choose from a wide selection of authentic and modern food.
A Roi $
It’s simple: if you want to know what good Vietnamese seafood is, eat at A Roi. Popular with locals and discerning Asian tourists with menus in English.
Street Food Guide: Hoi An Food Safari
Hoi An Food Safari runs an exceptional, personalized food tour in Hoi An with a particular emphasis on street food.
Minh Hien $
Hoi An’s Minh Hien Vegetarian Restaurant and its 2 sibling venues are some of the best value food venues going. This is the original and the cheapest.
Mai Fish $$$
Mai Fish offers outstanding traditional Vietnamese cuisine in Hoi An. It’s a celebration of local home cooking in a verdant courtyard.
Chips ‘N’ Fish ‘N’ Stuff $$
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.