Experience the finest VietnameseFoodat an imperial dining house in the bustling heart of Saigon.
One of the best five restaurants in Vietnam selected in Top 101 Best Restaurant in Asia 2013.
Hoi An is made it to the Top 101 Best Restaurants in Asia 2013, a survey conducted by the New York based website The Daily Meal. Hoi An and three other Vietnamese Restaurants in Vietnam bested hundreds of nominees from 13 countries in Asia. Selection criteria includes decor, style, value and the “don't miss” food destination in Vietnam, Hoi An with its famous signature dish - “cao lau – thin slices of pork, shrimp, and sesame cake served on rice noodles – accompanied with marrow-bone broth.”
Hoi an was created and designed with the architectural themes of the ancient towns of Hoi An and Imperial Hue. Elegant and unique, Hoi An specializes in cuisine from the central city of Hue, the former imperial capital.
The restaurant is built as traditional Vietnamese with a beautiful high teak wood ceiling and is divided into two sections. The high wooden beamed celing and solid wooden furniture creates a rustic ambiance. Food is served on handmade china in ear-tone colours, and complemented by traditional chopstick with a unique design. Contemporary Vietnamese uniforms are made from silk, featuring each tones that complement the décor and reflect the ambiance of the restaurant.
Sophisticated dining area with wooden celings and handcrafted Vietnamese signature decorations.
Experience the exquisite cuisine:
With complements from the design with only the freshest, finest ingredients can be chosen. Delicately carved vegetables, colourful combinations, and beautiful presentation all contributing to their part to the traditional Imperial style dishes. Winning multiples awards from time to time, the menus assembled in Hoi An strongly reflects Hoi An and Hue tastes, with inclusion from other places from both ends of Vietnam.