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The 7 Best Places To Eat In Hoi An

Here are the Best Places To Eat In Hoi An

With its beautiful yellow walls, UNESCO status and wonderfully vibrant streets, the Vietnamese town of Hoi An is a Mecca for tourists year round.

It also happens to be one of the best places to eat in Vietnam with a wonderful selection of culinary options ranging from cheap street food to high end restaurants.

Hoi An food is as good as it gets, so start making your way through this list…

7 Best Places To Eat In Hoi An

1. Cau Lau at the Market Stalls

These distinctive noodles have a distinctive texture and are thicker than the rest of noodles you’ll get in the country. While most restaurants in town serve the local speciality, your best bet is to try the stalls in the Central covered market in the old town.

A wonderful cheap meal that you’ll eat many times.

Cau Lau at the Market Stalls

2. Bánh Mi Phương

The most famous sandwich in Vietnam and probably the most famous spot making them thanks to Anthony Bourdain’s travel show featuring this outlet years ago.

The queue starts early, but they are so cheap and delicious that you’ll be coming back multiple times. Read our full review here.

Bánh Mi Phương

3. Brother’s Café

It’s all about the setting here in this gorgeous old colonial style building covered in green foliage. The staff are super attentive and the food is diverse and tasty.

Brother’s Café

4. Streets Restaurant

A wonderful restaurant where you should come if you want to try noodles in all shapes and sizes, with a large array of toppings. Quick service and large portions mean it’s the perfect spot to hit before wandering the town.

Streets Restaurant

5. Ho Lo Qua

This is a proper local restaurant where a team of women cook the food and everybody leaves with a big smile and full belly. Try their squid stuffed with pork for a unique and delicious treat. You’ll find them here.

Ho Lo Qua

6. Minh Hien Vegetarian Restaurant

If you’re feeling weighed down by the large quantities of meat that you can end up eating when in Asia, then this is the spot for you. Super tasty veggie food with lots of choice means you won’t feel like you’re missing out. You’ll find them here.

Minh Hien Vegetarian Restaurant

7. Morning Glory

A real institution in Hoi An having opened in 2006, today it has grown into one of the most popular spots in the town. A great variety of food including a super local Cau Lau, this restaurant also has so many other Vietnamese classics.

Morning Glory

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