Annen Vegetarian & Yoga

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
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465 Cua Dai St, Hoi An, Vietnam

Offers local specialties like mi quang and cao lau along with others such as seaweed soup, fried tofu with tomato sauce, braised eggplant or mushrooms in claypot, stir-fried noodles and veggies, fried rice. Beverages range from tea, coffee, fresh juices, to smoothies, and beer. Relocated from 320 Nguyen Duy Hieu. Open Mon-Sat 6:00am-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Western, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Vietnamese

28 Reviews

First Review by AshOdowd

Lovely food and quiet spot - Edit

Tucked away down a small alley. Small menu and a bit pricey but very tasty. More western vegetarian so not spicey at all. Had the braised eggplant, tofu ratatouille and singapore noodles. All freshly cooked. Restaurant comes with a cute cat!

Pros: Very tasty, Freshly cooked, Quiet and clean

Cons: A tiny bit spendy if you are a budget conscious tr

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Best Vegan Pesto In Vietnam - Edit

I've only had the pesto here because it's honestly too good not to get it. I've been all over Vietnam and haven't had anything vegan as filling and satisfying as this meal. I am here almost every day. The other food looks delicious though and friends rate it well. The family thats owns it are all really nice and friendly too.

Pros: They give you fresh tasty ginger tea as well as so

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Simple - great! - Edit

We wondered around searching for a vegetarian eatery, but at the end we found this place. We could have find cheapest eatery, but we decided to try this restaurant and it was the top of the class! We ate Ratatouille with Rice and Cao Lau and both were very tasty. At the end price was 100k for both dishes together. Also we felt full after the meal.

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our favourite place so far - Edit

It’s a great garden setting with great staff. Loved the unique flavours and fresh warm bread. The banh mi, eggplant dip and spiced nuts were all outstanding.

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Just OK - Edit

A nice place in an open air garden, selling a limited mix of local and western food. Dishes are pretty good and the prices are not bad. I found the food to be satisfactory but a bit uninspiring. There are better places around but it is worth checking out.

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Delicious and friendly! - Edit

Definitely recommend this place! I had the braised eggplant claypot and it was delicious! Friendly staff and free ginger tea. Nice place to sit too because it’s off the street.

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Great banh mi - Edit

We were concerned with eating raw vegetables, so we asked for a modified version of the banh mi with cooked tomato. It was delicious.

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Tasty, simple and served with a smile - Edit

We stumbled upon this place accidentally and boy are glad we did!

We had a small lunch here which was served to us by a smiley older gentleman

I had the lemongrass tofu and mushroom sandwich and my boyfriend had the veggie stir fry

All vegan and all cooked fresh.

Very cheap dishes all around 50,000 VND

Pros: quiet, freshly cooked, all vegan

Cons: none

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Good place - Edit

Food is good and prices are also good. It does not look like in the photos any more, no more green rice field surrounding. But we love it :)

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simply the best. - Edit

We got the spring rolls- divine !
Sweet potato patties were great, lemongrass and mushroom sandwich was so filling and yummy. Pesto noodles were soo good. We loved everything. Great space to sit off the road, shady and cool. Very friendly staff. Wish I found it sooner

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best out - Edit

Love this food service is great and the food is the best!

Pros: lots of options

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Heavenly - Edit

We came here for Yoga during our month in Hoi An, which was brilliant. We were beginners at the start of the month but improved so much! We ended up eating here for lunch a lot. The food is delicious and pretty cheap. The eggplant in a Claypot is incredible. The best I had in Hoi An. Also the spring rolls and the poor mans cavier dip (eggplant dip) are absolutely delicious. Would highly recommend. The family are very friendly and I believe they are converting part of the space into a homestay which looks like it would be really nice!

Pros: Yoga Studio, Cheap, Delicious

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Nice but wouldn't go again - Edit

I enjoyed my meal here but it didn't blow me away and I don't think that I would come back at this price range. I had the Vietnamese pesto with quang noodles. The noodles are quite dry and sticky so ideal for anyone who is still learning to use chopsticks like me! There are a few unusual options that you don't always see on a menu here. Free wifi.

Pros: Lots of options, a bit different, has wifi

Cons: a tad expensive, next to noisy road

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An all around very good restaurant! - Edit

We went for lunch and was very pleased with everything from the staff to the food. Definitely worth a try!

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You will love this one - Edit

Cute family restaurant and Yoga studio. We tried some of the food on menu but we kept coming back mainly for the Spring Rolls and Braised Eggplant dishes. Prices are reasonable, so is the portion. Simple, clean and tasty, we do recommend it.

Pros: Good portion, Central location, Friendly owners

Cons: Not 100% Vegan, No dessert on menu, Near the main street (noisy)

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Delicious meal and friendly service - Edit

We just stumbled across this place on the way to somewhere else, but stopped after seeing the 'vegan food' sign. This place has a lovely outdoor garden area and a friendly older man, who speaks little English, but told us how happy he was to have us there.

I wanted to try a veggie version of Cao Lau which they had, and was yummy, but the highlight was the braised eggplant and rice - deliciously flavoured and melting texture! Really so good. We also had the salad which came with a spicy ginger and sesame dressing.

Would recommend this place to anyone coming to Hoi An. A lovely location not far from the old town.

Pros: Nice outdoor setting, Delicious food, Friendly owners

Cons: Owners speak limited English

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open later than expected! - Edit

Due to the lack of opening hours we riskily made the walk to Annen, open well past 8pm, the ratatouille and rice was very tasty! Would recommend to anyone, veggie or not! Good value for money as generous potion sizes.

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Average - Edit

Staff spoke no English. The garden is very nice. DIshes average and a little overpriced. Try poor mans caviar - really good, the rest average - ratatouille bland and over coooked, eggplant with pepper had no pepper at all.

Pros: Nice garden

Cons: Dished could be improved for this price.

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Good! - Edit

I liked it here, you can sit outside under the trees and it's a nice atmosphere. We were helped by a very friendly young man, who spoke little English, but made himself understandable. The (older) woman spoke good English and was really sweet.

The food was good and good value. The eggplant in claypot with rice is very good!
It is a vegetarian restaurant, so not everything is vegan, but you can easily pick out what the vegan options are (quite a few).

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Perfect! - Edit

Love this place. It is quiet and relaxing. I enjoyed having a coffee with soy milk and had some good chats here with other costumers. The owner is the nicest man I have met in Vietnam. I thought the food was just ok compared to karma waters. The Mi Quang was very good! The salad was just lettuce and tomato (so don't order that haha). Highly recommend!

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cosy little place - Edit

the food was wonderful and so were the fresh juice and smoothie options. hope to come back again.

Pros: friendly atmosphere, good quality

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amazing food. - Edit

One of the best meals we had in Hoi An. The owner is so friendly and is completely lovely! Food is also amazing, we tried everything on the menu and all was delicious!!! Thank you

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Simple, healthy Vietnamese Vegetarian food (not all vegan) - Edit

After initial disappointment that none of the food advertised on their website (vegetarian wraps and sandwiches) is actually offered here, our experience got better. The young guy who served us was very sweet and spoke fairly good English. The courtyard is lovely and just off a quiet street. The food was simple, but very fresh tasting, no hint of MSG and not oily (can be a rarity!), nice and cheap too. We had the clay-pot eggplant and stir-fried noodles with tofu and veg. Fairly small portions, so order more than 2 dishes between 2 if you have big appetites.

Not a strictly vegan place as they do have milk and ice-cream on the menu, but all the main dishes are vegan and they do make their own soy milk.

As we were about to leave an old guy (who we think was the owner), came to shake our hands, with a big smile on his face and seemed genuinely happy to have our custom. I hope they get their website sorted out to avoid disappointment, it's better to have no website at all than one that has completely the wrong information!

Updated from previous review on 2016-10-07

Pros: Healthy food, Friendly family-run place, Nice courtyard

Cons: Website info is totally wrong

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Lovely Place with lovely people - Edit

The outside seating of this place is awesome. The people/staff/owner (can't tell) are so lovely, funny and nice. We really enjoyed our meal here.

We had the Tofu in tomato sauce, rice and the fried spring rolls for late lunchearly dinner and the food was good and tasty. We also ordered fresh lemonade aka lemon juice which was good also.

I would recommend it, especially because you can have quite a break from all the tourist-and-sightseeing stuff here.

Pros: The people/staff/owner, Many vegan (not just vegetarian) options, A really nice and beautiful place

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Pleasant spot - Edit

We came across this little cafe/studio by accident while looking for a smoothie. The staff welcomed us in and sat us in the outdoor seating area with a fan. We ordered a couple of mango/banana smoothies and while waiting decided to have some spring rolls as well. The smoothies were delicious if not quite as cold as we'd have liked, although I followed this up with a mango/passionfruit/orange, which was icy cold. The spring rolls were fine but nothing exceptional

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Good food and service - Edit

Really great atmosphere just outside the busy area of Hoi An old town. We had the spring rolls and the Mi Quang noodle dish which was, to be fair, not especially different from most pho, but still quite yummy with lots of fresh herbs. Iced coffee with homemade soy milk was lovely and refreshing. One staff member spoke excellent English. Gluten-free vegan was easy to get.

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geeky lady, simple but good food - Edit

A locker, kind lady serves simple, tasty vegan dishes, and was able to provide for my Gluten free spouse.

Pros: inexpensive indeed

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