Morning Glory

A Hoi An institution, Morning Glory (the water spinach popular in Southeast Asian cuisine) is Ms. Vy’s resaurant's signature. It is one of the best places to sample Hoi An street food and Central Vietnamese home cooking in an upscale setting. Watch the chefs at work in the dynamic island show kitchen.

Also visit her three other restaurants, Cargo Club, Mermaid and The Market.



Enjoy Vietnamese and Mediterranean delights in a lovely heritage space with a tropical garden. Try their fresh noodles or their barbecue specialties, rounding off your meal with delicious ice cream and crepes. A perfect stopover while touring Old Town, Bazar’s location makes it a melting pot of people in addition to food.


Hoi An Specialities

Hoi An is a well-known epicentre for foodies. Dishes are always balanced by yin and yang properties in texture and flavour. The town’s illustrious past has influenced its food with hints of Chinese, French and Japanese styles.

Cao Lau: Hoi An’s exclusive noodle dish. Chewy, udon-like noodles are topped with pork slices, herbs, crunchy noodle offcuts, pork broth and chili jam.

Hoi An Fried Wonton: Resembling tortillas due to their large size, these crispy wontons are filled with pork and shrimp and topped with a tomato roulade.

Com Ga: Chicken rice, which originates from China, is common in Southeast Asia. Vastly different to Hainanese chicken rice however, the Hoi An version comprises yellow rice, shredded village chicken, fresh herbs, black pepper and chili jam.

White Rose: These translucent steamed shrimp dumplings (shaped like a rose) are made from a 120 year-old family recipe that has been kept within the family to date. They are deliciously piquant and you can find them in almost all Hoi An restaurants.

Mi Quang: Typically found in Da Nang and Hoi An, Mi Quang is a noodle dish the uses wide yellow rice noodles, chunks of pork shoulder, sauteed prawns, peanuts and fresh herbs. The tangy broth is thick and curry-like, but only a little is used. Served with crispy rice crackers.


Dao Tien River Restaurant

This popular restaurant is run by husband and wife team Mr Le Quoc Viet and Dao Thi Tien with support from two Australians who loved Viet’s cooking. Set in a charming 1930s French colonial house, Dao Tien's dining room has two, spacious terraces with amazing views of the river - indeed, it is one of the few restaurants in Hoi An with such generous riverside seating. Lanterns and a refreshing river breeze provide a wonderful ambience at night while live traditional music enhances the experience.

Dao Tien offers all the signature dishes of Hoi An as well as some interesting fusions. Try the sautéed beef with black pepper, the grilled marinated fish in banana leaf, or the grilled mackerel with wasabi sauce. Order à la carte or go for one of the set menus.

The restaurant also runs cooking classes, and specialises in functions with wedding packages a speciality.


The Market

Taste all the flavours of Central Vietnam in the first-of-its-kind interactive market-dining venue in Hoi An. This latest restaurant from Ms. Vy captures the essence of a traditional market by offering a wide variety of street foods and local delicacies in a food-court setting.

There are 14 stations, and you are well advised to have a good look around before deciding on the dish of your choice - or better still, order several different dishes for your group and share them.


Ancient Faifo Restaurant

Let your culinary and artistic appetites be fulfilled as you dine in an ancient house that was once inhabited by two generations of prominent Vietnamese artists. Faifo is the old European name for Hoi An, and the menu at Ancient Faifo is a culmination of old and new - a reinvention of grandmother’s fare with an infusion of modernity.

From the complimentary cumquat/lime welcome drink (called "sweet and sour") to the seasonally changing set menus and à la carte options, you'll dine like a royal to the soothing tunes of a pianist and other live music. Have a look at the art gallery out the back after your meal, or during the pre-dinner cocktail happy hour from 5pm to 7pm.

Ancient Faifo does breakfasts, too.


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