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My Boo and I were walking around the Old Quarter in Hoin An and knew we had to get some cao lau soup. We asked around and Voun Xua was recommended. It’s literally in an alley and is a hidden gem. You’ll see the sign...More
Great family restaurant in back street of Hoi an. Family of 6 all enjoyed the spring rolls especially. My pho was great too. Lots of choices on the menu be adventurous you will enjoy making new discoveries of favourite dishes. Would love to visit again.
We had no idea what to eat and were just walking the streets. The restaurant we had in mind fell through. We came up against a sign that had the restaurant in a small street. We looked at he menu and it looked perfect to...More
Great cafe in the center of the old town - it is hidden on a narrow street, but it is certainly needs to be found! All dishes are cooked very tasty! Many typical local dishes for every taste. We had lunch and dinner here several...More
We were a little bit surprised by the amount of tourists in Hoi An and were desperately looking for an authentic place to eat. That place, we perfectly found it in Vuon Xua restaurant. The service was perfect, the family that owns it is very...More
Probably the best restaurant I’ve visited during my 3 weeks trip in Vietnam. Food was super delicious and staff very nice and friendly :) menu is in english and you can choose from many options. I can really recommend the Cao Lau noodles with duck...More
The worst food after two weeks of travelling through vietnam. We got spring rolls that tasted like nothing and fried noodles with meat (3 small pieces each). The noodles had some sort of ketchup sauce on them and really didn‘t taste well. None of us...More