What a surprise! In a spot that gets so much traffic that it could get away with being mediocre, instead, yum! Great food swift service and a top people-watching spot to boot. Recommended!
This little cafe can be found just over the Japanese Covered Bridge and was a welcome respite from walking in the heat. The milkshakes were a hit with the kids, the food was excellent - fresh and fabulous and service was friendly and quick. Highly recommended.
We were served quickly, I ordered something not in the menu - mango salad - and they gladly prepared it for me. It was fresh and delicious and really tasty. Fresh rolls similarly fantastic. Clean, pleasant surroundings. Highly recommended.
Although the previous review had a bad experience with the chocolate, the coconut, mango and especially the coffee are brilliant - quite obviously home made (a little crunchy in parts!) but the flavours are the real deal - the coffee is made with local coffee and is wonderful! Try it - it's as far from the mass produced pap as... More
I have hrs been there, left 30 minutes ago. To be clear, I order only a chocolate shake which was suppose to have ice cream in it. It taste as chocolate, mixed with ice and didn't taste any good (my reference expectations could be something similar of what you could get in Starbucks, as this place they well advertise the... More
Had dinner here - wasn't that packed but waited 25 mins for order to be taken and first drink to arrive, whilst staff busied themselves cleaning off other tables. The food was delicious, however felt 160vnd was a bit pricey for 2 prawns! The restaurant has a lovely location overlooking the river
This is a great place to eat when staying in Hoi An. Located at the riverside, you get great views of the river and the typical Hoi An decorations. The food is very good. At reasonable prices you can choose from lots of Vietnamese and Western dishes. Service is good and staff is friendly. Definitely go here!
Our group of 8 were staying at Cua Dai Beach, but quickly decided the restaurants in Hoi An are cheaper and better. We tried to get in here a couple of times, but it was always full / booked out, but they did let us book great riverside tables for the following night, which we did. This cafe is sandwiched... More
Enjoyed a very tasty lunch and a few cold beers after a mornings shopping. Very good service, I had chicken curry, partner had prawns in sambal- great serve size, fresh, icy beers great views very happy and would recommend. total for meals and 2 larue beers each $12 aud great value we thought
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