Wonderful food served with a smile. Price was great and food was authentic and cheap. Try the fried wontons!
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This place is great! I was so happy to see such a big selection of vegetarian meals, not just noodles! This was my favourite place that I tried during my month trip. After eating here we decided to try out the cooking class the next...More
Have eaten at Hi restaurant around 4 times! Was the best street and loca food I’ve tried in Hoi An! My favorite was the white rose and the crispy noodles with beef! The spring rolls were also delicious! The price is very good and the...More
You need to go here! I ordered a set menu which had spring rolls, white rose dumplings, crispy wontons and cao lau for 8 usd, amazing quality and price for a lot of food! Menu is varied and all very reasonably priced. Definitley recommend.
This place would have to be the best value for price and quality of food in Hoi An. They have an extensive menu and the prices are cheap. If you have the fresh beer (about 5000 dong) you can also have a couple of courses...More
Really enjoyed my dinner at Hi Restaurant. Wanting to try the Com Ga, I ordered it here and it was super tasty! I wasn’t completely satisfied afterward so decided to try the Mi Quong noodles after a disappointing first attempt at the dish elsewhere. Dish...More
Great place for authentic and very tasty food. Mr. Hi and his wife cook and do the service themselves. we had 4 excellent dishes - above all was the unique eggplant cooked bowl. we also had a very simple but tasty egg noodles with vegtebales...More
We went after reading all the glowing reviews only to realize that while their cooking class might be great (based on all the reviews), the food is substandard. We’ve definitely eaten better Cao Lao and fried wonton at other places in Hoi An. We did...More
Best class! Tao is amazing, best treatment, food is amazing, worth every dollar! Recommend with going to the market with Tao at morning
Was recommended here, but not impressed. We ordered veg noodle soup( bland) fried pork spring rolls and fried wonton. My husband had had some Spring rolls earlier in the day, which he said were much nicer. However it is what it is, and total cost...More