Hội An is located on Vietnam‘s central coast and is best known for its ancient town, made famous as a port. The town has a lot of cultural influences – French, Vietnamese, Japanese, and Chinese, so it is a very exciting place to visit. Here, we list our traditional Vietnamese restaurants in Hội An.
The Central Market Food Hall is a must-try for the cheapest and most authentic Vietnamese food. The stallholders are very friendly and serve a huge variety of food at extremely cheap prices, including Vietnamese favorites, such as cao lầu, mì quảng, pho, and banh zeo (savory pancakes). It is an exciting place to visit with a huge host of traders all under one roof. Nguyen Hue and Tran Phu Streets, Hội An, Vietnam
The Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel actually contains three restaurants to choose from: Le Beaulieu, Spice Gardens and Angelina. The first of these, Le Beaulieu, has French cuisine, the second has Vietnamese food, and the third serves a variety of delicious Italian dishes. All come highly recommended for both brunch and dinner.
Morning Glory is located in the historic town center and has an excellent selection of Vietnamese dishes. Their focus is on street food and traditional dishes, mainly those from central Vietnam. This restaurant is situated at the very center of the historical site yet the prices are also very reasonable. In addition to this, you can also bring your own alcohol to enjoy.
Ancient Faifo is known for its delicious food and excellent presentation. The setting is also beautiful, with Ancient Faifo located inside an ancient house. The menu itself is quite small but all the dishes are exquisite, as are the drinks.
Brother’s Cafe is located on the Thu Bồn River, and has inside and outside dining areas. On arrival you will be given a cold towel, which is a blessing for anyone who has walked around Hội An on a warmer day. Guests can then choose from the à la carte menu, five different set menus and buffet sets.