Hoi An Restaurants
Offering a delightful collision of flavors, Hoi An has everything from classic Vietnamese restaurants and noodle shacks to gourmet delis and charitable cafés. There's no shortage of eateries in the Old Town, where menus lean heavily on Vietnamese fusion with reasonable prices, considering the location. Cross over Thu Bon River to experience Hoi An Peninsula where an outcrop of trendy restaurants and bars add life to Nguyen Phuc Chu Street. Bordering the Old Town is the central market, packed with vendors selling everything from fish and noodles to flowers and produce. This is the best place to try local dishes like cao lau (rice noodles topped with pork and herbs) and banh bao vac (rose-shape steamed dumplings). For a more in-depth look at Hoi An's cuisine, try a cooking course or culinary tour.