Reviews (11)

First Review by jojoinbrighton

cold food - Edit

The food was cold and not too tasty. A bit expensive compared to other places in Vietnam. If you have no other options go here

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Best in Hoi An - Edit

Hoi An is not the greatest town if you are vegetarian or vegan. We stayed for 8 days and tried 6 different vegetarian restaurants.
An Nhu was the best. A simple well cooked a la carte menu.

Pros: great food, simple menu, price

Cons: no atmosphere, a bit dank

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frienldy and helpful family business - Edit

We went there for the hot pot and were not disappointed. The whole family was very frienly and helful. Recommendable.

Pros: food quality, value for money

Cons: location (a bit off the track)

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?????? - Edit

We ordered take away, and when we arrived at our hotel 15 minutes later it was still warm and so yummy!

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Good range of dishes, including some less common ones - Edit

Tested this place out recently after a recommendation from a friend. The lady serving was friendly and brought us English menus which had a good selection of dishes, some which I've not seen at other chay places in Hoi An. I ordered the mushroom with lemongrass and 'prawn' crackers dish and my boyfriend ordered the Banh Xeo. My mushroom dish was great, the mushrooms have a lovely chewy texture and pair perfectly with lemongrass. It was topped with a sweet chilli sauce. The lady showed me how to pile some of the mushroom mixture and fragrant greens on to a 'prawn' cracker. Not the most filling meal for 50,000, but they did have cheaper options that would probably be more substantial.
The Banh Xeo (30,000) was a little on the greasy side for our liking (the version done by our fave chay place in town, Tam Quang Minh is much better), but tasted good.
Overall, we weren't blown away by this place, but will give it another try to see what other dishes are like.
I've heard that it does a fantastic chay Chicken rice on the full moon days so shall be returning to try that.

Pros: Good selection of dishes, Friendly service, Great location if you're going to An Bang Beach

Cons: Greasy Banh Xeo

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Food fine but no cooling - Edit

We arrived here and sat in the outside area (not realising until later that there was an inside). From the small, simple menu we ordered a bowl of pho and one of bún, as well as a plate of spring rolls. My questions about eggs and milk were originally met with confusion but I was eventually put at ease. The food was all quite nice, but I was a bit surprised when, towards the end of our meal, some friends of the owner family arrived and the owners put on the fans and gave them ice, while we had been sitting in the heat the whole time. I wasn't left with a burning desire to come back here.

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Good Vegan Eatery - Edit

I popped in for breakfast as it was very close to the hotel I was staying at and their breakfast buffet didn't have too many vegan options unfortunately. I had two mains: My Quang and Cao Lau, both good, nothing fancy or special but still tasty and both regional/local dishes specific for the Hoi An area! I felt very content eating there, therefore 5 stars :) Also some locals had breakfast there which I believe is always a good sign ;)

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cheap prices and excellent food! - Edit

It was so great to taste An Nuh! The service didn't speak so well English, but they understood very fast what we wanted, because we showed them a picture of the meal. The food came very fast and was soooo good! The prices are very cheap and reasonable. So we would go there any time again!

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Get it local noodles or the hot pot - Edit

Local noodles were yummy though I did find a rubber band mixed in the noodles. The rice platter was worth passing on. The prices are very affordable though the menu is limited. We were brought a drink we didn't order. Overall it was a simple and very affordable place to get some food that's a bit of the beaten path but not the kind of place that you'll kick yourself if you miss it.

Pros: Local noodles are worth getting Very affordable

Cons: Limited menu Out of the way Rice platter Napkins w

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Wonderful little restaurant - Edit

We've never had such good food for so little money. We ate there three times when we were in Hoi An. The portions were very generous (the lady even came to put us some more on the plate during our meal) and all the dishes we had extremely flavourful. There isn't a whole lot to choose from, it seems that only the very best dishes have made it on the menu. Especially we can recommend the hotpot and the rice platter.

Pros: excellent food, big portions, very nice owner

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Great family run spot. - Edit

I visited this place after a tip off from a friend and just had to add it to Happy Cow so that other people could find and enjoy it too. I shared the hot pot with my husband and we both loved it. The broth was super flavourful and delicious and it was full of mushrooms, tomatoes and tofu and we added the whole plate of greens they gave us. The fermented tofu is amazing too so make sure you add it!

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