Hoi An




Reaching Out Tea House

131 Tran Phu, Hoi An 510, Vietnam                                Phone: 5103861769

 Reaching out Tea House  Ranked #1 of 296 restaurants in Hoi An         130 ReviewsPrice range: $2 – $5

Cuisines: Café



“Just beautiful”  Reviewed August 12, 2013

Me and my partner went into the tea house tea because it looked so beautiful whilst walking past. Only once we were seated inside did we read about the tea house. It is a charity which supports people who are deaf and dumb. All the staff are lovely and friendly and you order your tea by filling in a form or holding up small words. The tea was amazing and the tea sets are stunning. Inside the cafe is absolutely beautiful and coupled with the atmosphere it is a great place to spend a few hours. We also went to the craft center and bought some handmade silver which again was gorgeous. It is an amazing place…. Beautiful surroundings and a beautiful cause.  Visited August 2013

“Silence is golden”            Reviewed August 9, 2013

This is a peaceful tea house in the center of Hoi An. Whilst they specialize in Tea they also have a selection of coffee. The staff are all deaf and dumb and offer a great service with a smile. If you have kids there is a kids room and my daughter loved it Visited August 2013

“A beautiful serene place to sit & drink coffee!”       Reviewed August 8, 2013

We sought out Reaching Out after reading the reviews on TA & we are so glad we did. After stepping into this lovely place we were warmly & silently greeted by the smiling ladies. My husband, toddler and i had coffee & ginger & chocolate cookies that were simply delicious. You can purchase a few souvenirs at the tea house or even better go around to the workshop where you will see first hand the amazing artisans at work. Here he will be also warmly greeted & can buy some beautiful handicrafts! A must see!!   Visited July 2013

“Silence is really beautiful”             Reviewed August 5, 2013 via mobile

We walk into this unassuming teahouse and the first thing to strike you is the silence. The ever smiling waitress shows us a menu and signs to us for our order. The vast array of tea and little snacks are a treat. Best experience in Hoi An. Drop by and give your support to them.      Visited August 2013



Enjoy Hoi An

13 Nguyen Phuc Chu, Hoi An, Vietnam         Phone: 0935211382           Website: http://enjoy-hoian.com/

 Enjoy Hoi An  Ranked #7 of 296 restaurants in Hoi An        153 Reviews

Price range: $1 – $4

Cuisines: European, French, Vegetarian, Vietnamese

Dining options: Breakfast/Brunch, After-hours

Description: Ice Cream bar. 50 flavors, 24 toppings. Self Service. 60 000 vnd for 100g. Restaurant upstairs with French food and Vietnamese specialties. Just opened!


  “Ice Cream heaven!!”       Reviewed 23 March 2013

Walking into Enjoy restaurant is like walking into heaven: just so much choice of ice cream! I think they had about 50 different kind. But even better: so much choice of toppings to add on the ice cream! Myself being a big fan of chocolate and my son a fan of candies, we did enjoy so much adding all of that on our ice cream!

Definitely THE place to stop by if you love ice cream. Oh, and they also have great coffee!              Visited March 2013

“Great food, great staff!! Italian Coffee at last!!!”     Reviewed 12 August 2013

After travelling Asia for the past month I wasn’t expecting to find Lavazza coffee anywhere!! Great brand of Italian coffee!! We (30 year old couple) went last night after stumbling upon this spot. The staff are really friendly, good English and the smoothies are amazing!!!! I got Spaghetti Carbonara and my boyfriend had A burger ( not very adventurous of us but we were in the mood for something familiar!) The portions were similar to home (Ireland) and the customer service was great! It cost us €17 for Carbonara, Burger &Chips, 1 smoothie, 1 coke, 1 milkshake, and my boyfriend had a giant tub of icecream with toppings. The ice cream ended up being the most expensive item on the bill at €4 for a large helping. My Carbonara and fruit smoothie totaled €5 approx.

There’s good info on the wall about the products and ice creams and also 15 beautiful photographs by a French photographer now living in Vietnam called Rehahn.

My only recommendation would be that they include a sugar free ice cream/frozen yogurt considering they have 50 flavors of ice cream and sorbets!!( Less sugar used and lowfat option available with the sorbet)          Visited August 2013

“A massive choice of amazing ice cream flavors”                Reviewed 10 August 2013

This is a Vietnamese restaurant upstairs and an ice cream parlor downstairs. We only tried the latter but loved the very wide range of flavors. All were delicious but be careful, they’re sold by weight and it’s easy with such amazing choice to spend more than you intend!                Visited July 2013


Morning Glory Restaurant

106 Nguyen Thai Hoc St, Hoi An, Vietnam    Phone: +84 (510) 241 555 / 241 556

Website : http://www.restaurant-hoian.com/en/restaurant-morning-glory-hoi-an

 Morning Glory Ranked #8 of 296 restaurants in Hoi An        1664 Reviews                 Certificate of Excellence 2013

Cuisines: Vietnamese


“Excellent food- a little expensive”               Reviewed 11 August 2012

We had a wonderful lunch in The Morning Glory Restaurant. The smoked egg plant with
minced pork was superb! A mix of European and Vietnamese food. Located in the old town,
the service was good. The ambiance was also quite good. Would recommend you give it a try,
but I would also say that the MERMAID RESTAURANT (same owner) was a far better value for you money.                Visited July 2012

“Beautiful authentic food.”              Reviewed 13 August 2013

Had the most amazing dinner. The food was so fresh and the service was exceptional. There are also plenty of vegetarian options on the menu. You must try the local dish called cao lau which is a noodle dish with meat (I had tofu) and vegetables. We sat upstairs which is air conditioned. We did not book but got there early. Would love to return again some day.    Visited August 2013

“Vietnamese food with a luxury touch”       Reviewed 13 August 2013

Not cheap but great Vietnamese food and a lot of special dishes that you don’t see on many other menu cards in Vietnam. We cam only once, you can reserve and upstairs is great sitting.      Visited July 2013

“The best.”           Reviewed 12 August 2013

We ate at so many places but never found anywhere as good as Morning Glory,which was the whole package for us. Authentic, delicious food, great service, good prices, air conditioned upstairs, we just loved it.You’ll need to book if you want to go!They might send you over the road to their sister restaurant”Cargo Club”-the balcony set over the river is nice, and the food is OK, but we were surrounded by people eating hamburgers, fish n chips and spaghetti, so it wasn’t for us. The DO do Viet food too….Visited July 2013


The Little Menu Restaurant

12 Le Loi, Hoi An 10.0000, Vietnam               Phone: +(84)510.3939.568

Website  http://www.thelittlemenu.com/

 The Little Menu Ranked #31 of 296 restaurants in Hoi An      46 ReviewsCuisines: VietnameseDining options: Breakfast/Brunch, After-hours


“the little menu with full of Vietnamese foods”

Reviewed 3 July 2013

We were been there with group of 8 people. What a gem to find! It is located on 12 Le Loi st in which the classic restaurant with the open kitchen and make sure that your guy get more atmosphere of your food, and the chief also the owner Mr Son Tran happy to welcome you to join in their cooking class and share his experiences about Vietnamese cuisines that has the good services and the dishes very delicious. Let’s try green papaya salad, white tuna fish, pan seared snapper white mushrooms and mixed pork…so far my family and my friend’s family really enjoy it….. I definitely recommend this restaurant.

The little menu with biggest heart”               Reviewed 14 August 2013

As a well known to SE Asian foods, this little menu is one of the best if not the best yet. The little menu is everything you need for the real test of home foods and street foods with spotless clean open kitchen. I would not hesitate to recommend anyone to go to this restaurant if you are looking for the authentic tastes of Vietnamese cuisines.             Visited August 2013

“great food, beautiful paintings”    Reviewed 14 August 2013

We spent 1 week in hoi an we had more than one meal at the little menu for several reasons.
First of all the food s simply great, innovative but yet traditional, a fantastic place to try true vietnamese food, without any preservatives and MSG! Also the staff is very attentive and always smiling, very nice atmosphere. They were always trying to anticipate our needs and were very accommodating with our children.
In addition to all this, the restaurant is decorated with beautiful paintings of an emerging local artist which are on sale! And in fact after admiring one of them for few times, we ended up buying it! A must go! Visited August 2013

“Amazing quality at incredible price !”         Reviewed 9 August 2013

I went in expecting little but owner nad his food was amazing. This is a restaurant of authentic Vietnamese food cooked in an Open Kitchen we could see how they made our meal from the beginning to end. It was wonderful. We loved it so much that we came back the following days.
The price for the service and quality you get is a steal. In more fashionable surroundings this meals would have cost 3 times more and a reservation would have been indispensable.                Visited August 2013


 Green Mango

54 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Hoi An, Vietnam           Phone: +84 510 3929 918 Website: http://greenmango.vn/Page/103.aspx


 The Green Mango Ranked #22 of 296 restaurants in Hoi An      250 Reviews         Certificate of Excellence 2013Price range: $5 – $33

Cuisines: Tapas, Vegetarian, Vietnamese, International, Fusion


“Surprisingly Good Vietnamese Food”        Reviewed 6 January 2012

The place serves excellent Vietnamese food with a modern twist. The flavors are light and not over-powering. As most Vietnamese food contains raw or lightly seasoned vegetables, their freshness really shines through. The western menu is not bad either. One of the family had pasta and it too was very good.

“Amazing food, amazing place, you have to go!”      Reviewed 29 September 2011

I have been a chef for 25 years and are well travelled. The experience I had I will always talk about as the food is very good, the service is the best I have had, and the restaurant is Iconic, simply amazing. Owner Mr Hai puts has trained his staff in English and the drinks, food and the smiles from staff was the highlight of my Vietnam adventure. Go to Hoi an and go to GREEN MANGO, tell them you were recommended from chef David from New Zealand.   Visited September 2011

“Great time with food and new friends”      Reviewed 15 August 2013

I had the pleasure of eating at Green Mango while I was on holiday in Hoi An. I was told about this place by a friend who lived in Vietnam for years and said this was a must try while visiting. She was correct. I am a chef myself and one of my goals during the trip was to try and learn everything I could about Vietnamese food. My meal at Mango was nothing less than wonderful. I was able to meet with the Manager, Mac and Chef/owner Hai who were both extremely gracious. Incidentally I had the blackened sea bass cooked perfectly and with heaps of flavor. I am looking forward to the next time I can get back there for a visit and take his cooking class too. Thanks guys.                Visited July 2013

“Cooking class was fantastic! Don’t miss it!!”          Reviewed 12 August 2013

Today I did the cooking class at the Green Mango. I had a fantastic time!! The owner himself, a very nice guy, introduced us in the world of Vietnamese cooking. We went to the market, where he patiently explained all the ingredients we needed for our meal. we smelled and tasted everything. That was great. Later on we cooked 5 meals together. He showed us each step and we could try each step ourselves. After 4 hours of shopping and cooking we could enjoy our delicious meals. I had a fantastic time at the Green Mango and if you’re in Hoi An, make sure you don’t miss it! it’s definitely worth going there!!!!           Visited August 2013

“Excellent atmosphere incredible food, best cooking class!”              Reviewed 12 August 2013

We had one of the most enjoyable meals here. While it is a bit more pricey than some other places it is well worth it. The restaurant has a fantastic atmosphere and the staff were fun and attentive and spoke excellent English. We had the best Cocktails here. The food is a creative blend of vietnamese and western. We enjoyed our time here so much we came back for a cooking lesson a couple of days later. This was a highlight of our trip. We got to explore the markets and learn about local produce. The owner/head chef spent hours with us teaching us excellent skills and techniques to make incredible food. We have already put on a Vietnamese feast back home. This was excellent value for money and so much fun. We felt extremely welcome and thoroughly enjoyed our experience. A must do in Hoi An.                Visited July 2013

 Ancient Faifo

66 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hoi An, Vietnam                               Phone: +84 510 3917 444

Website http://www.ancientfaifo.com.vn/Index.php?m=home&f=home

  Ancient Faifo Ranked #4 of 296 restaurants in Hoi An162 ReviewsPrice range: $3 – $22

Cuisines: Vietnamese, Contemporary, Asian fusion

Dining options: Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch Spot, Dinner, Reservations, After-hours


Description: An opulent experience to delight the senses, ancient faifo is a venue like no other. Combining elements of art, music and history, ancient faifo offers culture catered to the highest tastes with its menu of quintessential Vietnamese cuisine and innovative reinvention of ancient recipes.

After months at sea, with ships laden with cinnamon and cumin, the Portuguese docked in the ports of ancient Faifo, now known as Hội An, were astonished. Immersing themselves in the crumbling streets, astounded by the beauty of the rice paddies, the famous dyed silks, intricate ceramics and local spices, they began to establish the most exclusive trading port in all of Asia. It was only when visitors began sampling grandmother’s traditional fare, and infusing their own seasoning and style to time-tested Vietnamese recipes, that the infamous cuisine of Hội An was born.


At Ancient Faifo, we are proud to deliver unique and individual cuisine. Our chefs recreate the most traditional Vietnamese fare from our ancestors’ famous recipes using the highest-quality local ingredients. Traditional food preparation and methods are undertaken to return our clientele to Hội An’s colorful past, with a touch of global modernity. Our bakery delivers a fresh selection of gourmet sandwiches and home-style pastries, along with an assortment of verrine-style tapas, with Vietnamese and Western ingredients. Choice is always an option for our clientele, whether it be local or imported beef, rye or multigrain sandwich bread, or our wine list that features carefully selected fine wines from around the world. Our staff are delighted to serve you as your senses re-alight upon your journey into the heart of Ancient Faifo.

In the early 19th century, a girl was born to a life of artistry; her full name was Van Kim Huynh. Kim Van’s family helped found and develop the well-known Thanh Ha Pottery village. In their house, Kim Van’s parents displayed their pottery for the people of Hội An to see.

Kim Van, an only child grew up with a passion for pottery, helped her parents design much of the artwork that was shown in the house. As a young girl who was an apprentice of her mother, Van fell in love with a French artist. However, her parents fell ill, and she refused his love to prove her loyalty to the family. She decided not to get married and devoted her life to taking care of her ailing mother and father.

After her parents’ death, she continued her career as an artist. She had no children, so she gave her house, which she inherited from her parents, to a niece whose name is Lien Huong, who shared in the pottery trade.

It is this very house, which to this day still guards the timeless collection of art, that has now become the restaurant Ancient Faifo.

Be inspired and fulfill not only your physical appetite but your appetite for art, history and beauty as we present, for your pleasure, the collection of Le Kim Van and Lien Huong.

An opulent experience to delight the senses, Ancient Faifo is a venue like no other. Combining elements of art, music and history, Ancient Faifo offers culture catered to the highest tastes with its menu of quintessential Vietnamese cuisine and innovative redefinition of ancient recipes. Visit our classic café, where trained barristas create exquisite blends of coffee, and indulge in elegant verrine-style tapas dreamed up by our chefs. Venture into our rustic lounge for cocktails with a twist, swing in time to our nightly jazz band and piano soloists, or mingle with friends on the patio, watching the sun go down on the lantern-strewn streets of Hội An.

Ancient Faifo boasts a classic café, sky garden, and a VIP seating room for up to 20 people. Jazz musicians, piano soloists and traditional Vietnamese champa dancing and folk music set off every evening with vigor. An ancient collection of art is displayed throughout the premises, as well as a gallery exhibiting art from Vietnam’s newest and most exciting artists. Our two-story restored traditional house seats up to 110 guests, and is located in the heart of Hội An’s ancient town, a short walk from the Japanese bridge.

“Exceptional restaurant in Hoi An”               Reviewed 9 August 2013

We specifically planned to go to Ancient Faifo after reading the reviews on TA and we are so glad we did. Probably our best meal we had in Hoi An. Yes it is more expensive than other restaurants but then again it is much better than other restaurants! Still a lot less expensive than Melbourne! The freshness, quality and presentation of the food was exceptional. The staff, ambience and setting made for a wonderful evening! And we dinned with a busy toddler & her requests were met without any hesitation! Thank you for a great evening! Highly recommend a visit to this beautiful restaurant! Visited July 2013

“Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine”   Reviewed 7 August 2013

This is was one of the best dining experiences we had in Vietnam.        Top class service with food served in the most elegant manner. The setting is romantic (we were sat on the second floor) and there is certainly an air of stepping back into time here. We were provided with a personal fan at the table as it was such a hot summers day.         There is also a very good lunch menu and the setting is more casual on the ground floor.               This restaurant is a must for anyone wanting to celebrate something special in Hoi An!                    Visited August 2013

“A Special Dinner”             Reviewed 6 August 2013 via mobile

This is a great restaurant in the heart of town. Yes it was more expensive than other restaurants but well worth it. It is not just another road side cafe but a proper restaurant like you would find at home. The ambience is wonderful, staff incredible and food was spectacular. We had two courses each with wine and cocktails for approx $60 Aus which is still a lot cheaper than back home. For approx 90 mins we felt as though we were in another place, away from the busy streets and it was certainly one of our best meals in all of Vietnam, if not our best! Highly recommend.  Visited August 2013


Miss Ly Cafeteria

22 Nguyen Hue Street, Hoi An, Vietnam        Phone: 0510-3861603

  Mis Ly Cafeteria Ranked #6 of 296 restaurants in Hoi An        993 Reviews         Certificate of Excellence 2013Cuisines: VietnameseGood for: Child-friendly, Local cuisine, Cheap Eats

Dining options: Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch Spot, Dinner, Reservations, After-hours, Dessert


“Loved it”             Reviewed 9 August 2013

We went twice in four days and took friends the 2nd time. Again, we ordered 2 small dishes each and they came out with 4 serves on them and shared and finished with dessert – our friends proclaimed it the best food they’d had in 3 weeks in Vietnam. We really liked everything about Miss Ly Cafeteria and were welcomed back – the staff are fabulous so is the service and the atmosphere. Booking is essential though. So many people were being turned away.    Visited July 2013

“Set menu – winner”          Reviewed 8 August 2013

Came here on another travelers recommendation and we were not disappointed! We had the set menu (White Rose Dumpling, Cao Lau, Wonton and Rice paper roll at the time) and it was fabulous. Great value for money and great taste.             Visited July 2013

“Delicious”          Reviewed 7 August 2013

Definitely a must visit in Hoi An. Make sure you book a day in advance as it is a small restaurant. The white rose wontons were delicious, as was the whole fish. In fact everything we had was fresh, so flavorsome and value for money. Hoi An is notorious for its tourist prices, but Miss Ly certainly delivers on price and flavor.        Visited July 2013

“An Icon in Hoi An”            Reviewed 6 August 2013 via mobile

I now know why this restaurant has become an institution in Hoi An. We had an early dinner there and it was extremely relaxing to sit down, relax and watch the street traffic walking past. The wonderful staff will look after you extremely well, but the true winner here is the food. Beautiful food, we had three courses with drinks and it cost approx $25, amazing Value. This restaurant is definently one of the best in Hoi An, highly recommend. A good tip is to book if going for dinner.  Visited August 2013


White Sail Cafe (Canh Buom Trang)

134 Tran Cao Van, Hoi An, Vietnam

 White Sail Cafe Ranked #12 of 296 restaurants in Hoi An      250 Reviews         Certificate of Excellence 2013

Good for: Child-friendly, Romantic, Local cuisine, Special Occasion Dining, Cheap Eats

Dining options: Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch Spot, Dinner, Reservations, After-hours, Dessert



“Best Restaurant in Hoi An”           Reviewed 17 July 2013

We have been to Hoi An twice now (once in 2005, and once in July 2013).
We have eaten at countless restaurants. I was so disappointed I did not find this restaurant earlier!!!!! It was by far the best meal I have ever experienced in all of Vietnam.
We had crispy pancakes, coriander prawns, stuffed squid, fresh spring rolls – the tastiest and freshest food we have ever had. The price was excellent – we ate with ourselves and our 2 children and had beers and cocktails and it was less than $30 AUD!!!!!
Highly recommend, the service and staff are wonderful. Want to be back there now!         Visited July 2013

“Don’t judge a book by its cover”  Reviewed 14 July 2013

My husband and I dined at White Sail Cafe last night. We had been there for dinner two years ago and were suitably impressed by the food. We were not disappointed two years on. It is nothing special as far as decor goes. Rustic may be a good term to describe he setting but the food is a wonderful surprise. We ate the wontons, a fabulous steamed fish with chili and lemongrass and a vegetable clay pot. All of the meals were delicious. We watched a group of 8 arrive in the restaurant, sit down,looked around and then they left. Several of the existing diners looked at each other and said “They will regret the decision to leave. They will be hard pressed to find food like his at the price White Sail offers.” I would highly recommend a visit.        Visited July 2013


Lantern Town Restaurant

49 Nguyen Thai Hoc Str, Hoi An, Vietnam     Phone: + 84 1239912212

Lantern Town Ranked #29 of 296 restaurants in Hoi An      203 Reviews         Certificate of Excellence 2013Price range: $3 – $15Cuisines: Vietnamese

Dining options: Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch Spot, Dinner, Reservations, Delivery, After-hours


Description: Located right in the middle of Hoi An ancient town, Lantern Town offers authentic Vietnamese cuisine and a selective creative fusion dishes. Great ambience, welcoming staff and friendly services are what we always try our best to bring to our customers. Wide range of choices for enjoying your meal and drinks such as Cozy indoor, Open courtyard, Upstair overlooking the river, Terrace or Chilled out bar. With wide selection of food cooked in traditional way of Vietnamese Hoianian, and a collection of signature cocktails especially the Happy Hours 2 for 1 from 3:00pm-7:00pm, Lantern Town is perfect place for dining in charming Hoi An.

“Feel Lantern Town Restaurant, Feel Hoi An Town”                Reviewed 6 January 2012

I FELT IN LOVE WITH HOI AN town in the 1994 on my first visit to this place. After my first visit there, I returned to this town several times. Every time i’ve been there, I would love walking along the small nooks and corners of the cozy streets, then talking with local residents about their life. Once, i feel tired i can enjoy eating local foods at the local restaurants located aside the streets.
At my last visit to Hoi An, I went to eat local foods at Lantern Town Restaurant. Truly told, this was not my first time to taste local foods in Hoi An, yet I felt like my heart was caught when I was at Lantern Town Restaurant. Some special dishes that made me went for crazy are “My Quang” with chicken mushroom creamy sauce, “Banh Xeo” with homemade peanut sauce, banana pancake. And also the staffs of the restaurant are very kind and professional.
If i have chances to come back Hoi An again, I would for sure try to eat another dishes at Lantern Town Restaurant. Visited October 2011

One of the BEST meals we had in Vietnam!”             Reviewed 21 July 2013

This gourmet Vietnamese restaurant served us up one of the best meals we had during our time in Vietnam. After visiting many Vietnamese cuisine restaurants and being disappointed by the flavours, portions and prices, Lantern Town was a delicious awakening.
My partner had the ‘pork stuffed squid’, I had the ‘bun bo ga’ and we had a ‘lantern tasting plate’ for our entree. All the dishes were perfect! The flavours were authentic and packed a punch, the portions were great and the price was worth it. I truly recommend this this restaurant. Oh, and the courtyard setting is very romantic!             Visited July 2013

Good Morning Vietnam

102 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hoi An, Vietnam             Phone: 0510 3910227

Menu: http://www.goodmorningviet.com/our_menu.html

  Good Morning Vietnam  Ranked #24 of 296 restaurants in Hoi An       299 Reviews                 Certificate of Excellence 2013Price range: $3 – $10

Cuisines: Italian

Good for: Families with children, Romance, Large groups, Doing business, Special occasions, Entertaining clients

Dining options: Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Reservations, Takeout, Delivery, Late Night, Dessert



Back to the year 1993, in Hanoi “Good Morning Vietnam owners have been the first Italians to open an Italian Restaurant in Vietnam.  Nowadoys, covering very important touristic locations as Hoi An and Nha Trang.

MSG FREE ZONE                (Mono Sodium Glutamate)

Baby Mustard Restaurant

Hai Ba Trung, Hoi An 6500000, Vietnam       Phone: +84- 935725740

Baby Mustard  Ranked #2 of 296 restaurants in Hoi An        82 ReviewsPrice range: $1 – $7

Cuisines: Vietnamese

Good for: Local cuisine, Scenic view

Dining options: Breakfast/Brunch, Reservations

Note: Not in Town of Hoi An



Description: Baby Mustard is a family run restaurant and cooking school with its own vegetable and herb garden. Located in the famous Tra Que vegetable village, just outside Hoi An, the owners will pick you up and take you to the family home. There, you can cook and taste recipes that have been passed down over three generations.

“Authentic country food” Reviewed August 4, 2013

After eating in Hoi An and our hotel our group of friends wanted somewhere out of the way. Everything about this restaurant was exactly what we wanted, the food was fresh and tasty, the service was good although we did overwhelm them as there was 12 of us, the owners were friendly even the fact that the restaurant was an open veranda added to the experience. Take your own wine though. They even called a cab for us when we finished. It is a little hard to find but well worth the effort.        Visited July 2013

“Go – Eat – Enjoy this (cheap) organic food !!”           Reviewed July 31, 2013 via mobile

A wonderful bamboo restaurant that grows its own vegetables using no pesticides. Not only is the food amazing, prices are low as the restaurant is family owned and operated. Take a tour in the vegetable garden and have a friendly chat with the super kind staff.

A bit tricky to find but follow these directions and you’ll get there easily:
Take Hai Ba Trung in the direction of the beach (leaving the old town) continue for +- 2km. You’ll go through rice fields on both sides of you. At the end of the fields (go over a bridge) take the first street to the left. It has a lake on the left hand. The restaurant is 50m down the tiny road on the right side.                 Good luck and enjoy!!         Visited July 2013

“Excellent cultural experience with warm family atmosphere”

Reviewed July 21, 2013 via mobile

We attended a cooking class as a group of 8 adults and two young children. Wit and her family are very very friendly and Wit is an excellent host and teacher who has established this business herself at a young age.

An excellent day for all if us and we would highly recommend the class to anyone, but book directly as travel agents take a bigger cut than Wit would charge directly. Still cheap for the cultural experience.            Visited July 2013

“baby mustard I heart U” Reviewed July 13, 2013

We did the afternoon cooking class. Our host, Wit (baby mustard herself) gives you a list of different dishes we can make and we chose 3 and head straight off to the markets to get our ingredients, she shows us around and explains what some of the unfamiliar items are. We then make our way to the restaurant. On arrival we are given a delicious lotus seed and passion fruit drink and begin our tour of her beautiful herb and vegetable garden

After about 30 mins we begin cooking our chosen dishes and decide to eat after each dish is prepared rather than all 3 at the end. Everything is delicious & organic and Wit is such a lovely and engaging host. There were sweet chooks wandering around and we could hear an oink or two from the pig next door. Oddly, I found a large green capsicum in my bag the next day. I’m wondering if this was a sweet surprise from baby capsicum! ha ha   Visited July 2013