Our meals in Hoi An have simply been some of the best. From the seafood on our first night, to our cooking class to the trendy restaurants in Hoi An itself.
Our first day in Hoi An Ancient Town was lunch at Morning Glory, 106 Nguyen Thai Ho. This was recommended by our resort and is also highly recommended by us. I suggest not ordering a main but instead a collection of starters – beautiful, fresh and delicious.
Raj and I, in order to escape the shopping, also found a gem in the White Marble Restaurant and Wine Bar. A bottle of chilled Rose was a great way to laze away the afternoon. We also came back for dinner the next evening – sitting upstairs there is a lounge area where you can chill while you eat and drink.
For dinner on the second night we did a Vietnamese Cooking Class with Gioan Cookery. This is a family run business and was a lot of fun. We went for the Menu 2 which included: Pho, Fresh Spring Roll, Banh Xeo (Vietnamese Pancake), and Chicken with Chilli Lemongrass Paste.
Pho has been one of the finds on our Vietnamese holiday. A simple Beef Noodle Soup that is a staple Vietnamese dish and beautiful because it is so fresh.