Miss Ly Restaurant
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Miss Ly has been cooking typical fare, such as cao lau, fried wonton and white roses, and her own designed dishes. Her small restaurant is a vibrant and friendly spot right in the heart of the historical town center. The menu’s ample selection, with a regional taster menu, provides an excellent opportunity for visitors to experience authentic Hoianian flavors at reasonable prices.

22 Nguyen Hue St., Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam
+84-235-386 1603

Streets Restaurant Café
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Awarded membership to Clinton Global Initiative in 2014, Streets is a non-profit organization established in 2005 with the aim of providing training and employment for disadvantaged youths and street kids in the catering and hospitality industries. As part of the training program, the trainees work at the restaurant where they learn to cook and serve international and contemporary Vietnamese cuisine. The profit from the restaurant is then reinvested for future training. Located in the center of the Old Town, Streets is in an ancient two-story shop.

17 Le Loi St., Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam
+84-235-391 1949

Morning Glory
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At Morning Glory, customers are presented with many options, from classics like quang noodles (yellow rice noodles with shrimps, pork, vegetables and grilled rice paper) and coa lau to more contemporary creations. The owner, Ms Vy, shows her passion for Hoi An traditions and culture. She respects classic recipes by redesigning home-cooking that has been handed down by her grandmother, preserving the authentic flavors. The restaurant’s historic premises and the building’s façade are an evident reminder of the French colonial period, and the interior is finely decorated for a fine dining experience. Despite being pricier than other restaurants, Morning Glory retains the authenticity and quality of regional food.

41 Nguyen Phuc Chu St., Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam
+84-235-392 6926