Reviews on Contemporary food in Hoi An, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam. This city on the central Vietnamese coast is a well-preserved example of the important Southeast Asian trading port it was from the 15th-19th centuries. Already a common stop for backpackers, it is becoming better known to tourists. On the 14th day of each lunar month, the town trades its electric lights for traditional colored lanterns. Sights include the Japanese Covered Bridge and the Quan Cong Temple. Let the town’s expert tailors make you some bespoke clothing.
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5 based on 73 reviews
'We are a farm-to-table restaurant in the heart of Tra Que herb village, offering a fresh take on local favorites as well as comfort food youâve grown to love. Our team works closely with organic farmers from local communities to ensure that the items tha
We walked through the back streets of Hoi An, passing many organic veggie gardens to get to Joi restaurant. We booked a table at this restaurant because they only use fresh local produce within 10km away from the restaurant. The moment we sat down we had a good feeling about this place. The restaurant itself is in a quiet part of town, looking over the river and the green gardens. Very tranquil...The menu wasnât huge, so we picked every dish off the menu to taste and share amongst our 6 friends. We started with the grilled Eggplant dip, fresh Vietnamese rolls and the stuffed chicken wings. We were off to a great start. All 3 dishes were very tasty, fresh and delicious. We waited a while for our mains to come out. It was definitely worth the wait! From the Seasonal Seafood curry, to the authentic baked rice with lotus seeds and pumpkin, both taste sensations.The stand out dish of the night was the mushroom, tomato & garlic butter house made gnocchi. It was a melt in the mouth experience. Just divine! We could not fault this dish. We moved onto the desserts, ordering the Creme brÃ»lÃ©e with passionfruit & Dragon fruit and the tiramisu made with Vietnamese coffee. Both desserts were outstanding! All the dishes on this menu were made from scratch & made to order. The Vietnamese American head chef who has had a very interesting colourful life in the food industry, Has nailed every dish on this menu. Definitely worth getting off the beaten track to indulge at Joi restaurant. Jeevesy33,Definitely a very memorable evening cooking for you haha! Happy to make the gnocchi for you anytime. Hope you had a great time in Vietnam! Ciao :)
5 based on 71 reviews
All we want is to NOURISH your day with a healthy breakfast or lunch. This is why we prepare our ingredients fresh on the daily base, using plant-based ingredients and making it all from scratch. Cold Pressed Juices, Smoothies, herbal teas and freshly bre
Such a lovely little breakfast and brunch place with excellent coffee and healthy food. A delight to visit.
5 based on 150 reviews
The small garden is so lovely it is very quiet the same call name.its a 15 minutes walk from Hoi an ancient towns.we serve local dish and some pizza home made. The traditions of my small family that I was taught by my mother only when I was a little girl.
Iâve been living in Hoi An for over a year now. In spite of all the great reviews youâre reading on TripAdvisor, there arenât really that many truly good Vietnamese restaurants here. I was pleasantly surprised to find the silent garden last night. It was actually fairly close to my house but I never really noticed the place before. Turned out to be the best Vietnamese food that Iâve eaten in Hoi An. The portions were very generous, and the quality and care in which the food was prepared was noticeable. )I also appreciated that it was very clean.) Iâve eaten at several places in Hoi An with five star reviews on TA; Silent Garden tops all of them by a long shot. The bun Cha was great, as was the beef with noodles. I will be going back!thanks!To be honest, we are grateful for what you have felt for us. We have tried to retain the Vietnamese spices and flavors in each of our dishes. try to keep all the best to serve guests who love the food and Vietnamese tastethanks!
4 based on 2982 reviews
Nu Eatery offers fellow travelers a relaxed dining experience in a residential neighborhood steps away from the landmark Japanese Covered Bridge. Join us for some good food, fun people watching, and great conversations over a glass of cold beer. Come for
3 to 4 times, I went to the placeLocated in the old Hoi An in the small street after the Japanese bridge in a typical house. Small restaurant with friendly serviceBusiness is running by a Vietnamese who learned American cookingSmall portion but very tasty (mix of flavors)It is a stop to discover the mix Vietnam / USA (taste a little sweet), good experience & original
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