3. Nhà hàng Hoài Linh (Hoai Linh Restaurant) in Hoi An
Like other out-of-town eating places, the restaurant offers popular Vietnamese food such as clay pot fish, stir-fried vegetables and stir-fried tender beef with capsicum. The price is cheap and the staff is very friendly.
One greater thing is that during your meal at the restaurant, you can have a chance to talk with its owner Hoai Linh and know more about his family, his business and life in Vietnam. It is quite busy if you come here for dinner, but you will enjoy its local atmosphere.
Address: No 520, Hai Ba Trung Street
4. Nhà hàng Lúa (Lua Restaurant)
If you want to get out of the bustle of Hoi An, try having meal at Lua Restaurant. It is located between the old town and the beach in a quiet street and surrounded by paddy fields. Diners will feel more relaxed and at peace when enjoying Vietnamese food in a cozy indoor dining area.
Address: No 61, Ly Thai To Street
5. Quán ăn Bobo Café
Being away from the noisy area of the town, the restaurant brings diners a relaxing atmosphere with authentic local food. Hoi An specialties at the family-run place is worth trying, especially wonton (hoành thánh), noodles with roasted pork (cao lầu), white rose dumplings (bánh bao and bánh vạc) and rice pancake (bánh xèo). The price is reasonable and the services are great.
Address: No 18, Le Loi Street