CLOSED: Nhat Da

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98a Phan Châu Trinh, Hoi An, Vietnam

Quan Chay Nhat Da makes mockmeats and bamboo dishes, mostly daily buffet. Go when busy, morning and early lunch. Free green tea. Uses MSG. No GMO. Note that the place next door (to the left) is owned by the same people who will give you the food if the front of Nhat Da is closed. Directions: Located west of the town center. Take Hai Ba Trung (D Nhi Trung) away from the river and turn left onto Phan Chu Trinh (also written as Phan Chau Trinh). Number 98 is further west, past Nhi Trung. Reported closed, Mar 2018.

Categories: Vegan, Buffet, Take-out, Vietnamese

64 Reviews

First Review by simpsonyellow

Nhat Da vegan restaurant opening today - Edit

Same place 98a Phan Châu Trinh ,Hội An.new restaurant

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CLOSED - Edit

Unfortunately it’s closed atm. Not sure if and when it’ll open again. It’s under construction.

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Great place - Edit

Great place a couple streets back from river . Small Vietnamese cafe/ restaurant no frills basic looking. But the food is ace. Good variety, the 'fish' in tomato sauce was fab .tofu curry. Stuffed pancakes. Dumplings .we tried lots of things between 5 of us. Everything tasty. And cheap about £2 per plate. The owner was lovely .highly recommend .

Pros: Delicious , Variety , Cheap

Cons: None

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The best in Hoi An - Edit

I ate here almost every day I was in Hoi An (12 days). The prices are very reasonable, the owner is so sweet, and the food is delicious. My favorite part is she makes fresh soy milk every day so you can enjoy a cappuccino or a hot chocolate, which is rare in Vietnam. Plus, they make their cocktails very strong.

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Highly recommend - Edit

We had a very enjoyable meal here. It was very tasty. Service was excellent. Chilli sauce made by the owner was bang on. Wide choices in the menu. We had a tofu dish with a lemon grass and tomato sauce, fish tofu, dumpling soup, mock meat selection and noodles. The tofu and mock meat dishes were so yummy. Would definitely return.

Pros: Very good menu choice, very tasty, reasonable prices (40k mark)

Cons: None

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Good grub! - Edit

Not blown away but it’s still good! The dumpling soup was really tasty. Worth a try if in Hoi An for a while.

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Tasty, basic and honest - Edit

The owner Lyn is a nice, very open minded vegan living person thus her cooking class is highly recommended. The food is tasty, basic (non European adapted, fancy fusion kitchen as you can find in the old city) and with home made ingredients ( coconut milk, soya sauce and even the peanut oil).

Pros: The owner Lyn, Home made ingredients

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I love this place ❤️ - Edit

During our stay to Hoi An we ate there everyday. The food is cheap, tastes amazing and the lady who owns the restaurant is adorable. You should definitely talk to her, she speaks English and she is very kind. I would definitely recommand the cao lau and the soup!

Pros: Excellent food, Cheap, Friendly owner

Cons: None, None, None

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Dissapointing - Edit

This place was extremely disappointing. After all the great reviews, I thought this would be an enjoyable meal but that was not so. Like some of the negative reviews I found, the food is indeed basic. The prices are not very competitive compared to some places with amazing food (Binh Hien). My Bread with Bean Sauce meal was pictured with a hearty bread, some kind of a purée, and topped with beans. What I got was a piece of basic white bread with some canned-type beans thrown on top. Just see the picture. They offer a cooking class here and it’s safe to say I’m not going to consider that. It seems more likely they need to take a cooking class themselves.

Cons: Value, Quality

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Seldarella 11 Jan 2018 - Hi Freds, I was there twice: yes it is a basic place (and doesn't claim anything superior) but very tasty compared to many other veg. restaurants in Vietnam, not very cheap but also not expensive, regarding the fact she prepares everything in her kitchen: coconut milk, soya sauce even peanut oil... I am a good vegan cook and run a restaurant. Today I attended here the cooking class with Lyn. It was very basic, easy and full of good tastes. So I don't understand how you can judge the course based on a baguette without having attended the class. And if your baguette was that bad why haven't you said anything in the restaurant and wrote this unreflective message via social media around the corner. Your review is just unfair & too hard!  


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enjoyable! - Edit

Went here for lunch and had a good meal. Owner was knowledgeable enough to offer me a gluten free meal. Rice pancake was good.

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good food, lovely host - Edit

It was not a buffet when I came in the morning but it was very yummy! Good prices & very quick.

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tasty banh mi chay - Edit

Very tasty banh mi chay. Lots of options on the menu and all reasonably priced for restaurant (30,000 ) lady was lovely service good, what more could you wish for!

Pros: lots of vegan stuff, Not expensive, tasty!

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Great place - Edit

We had a quick meal here which included a banh mi and the dumpling soup. The banh mi was good and the soup was fantastic.

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nice place good food not Vietnamese cheap - Edit

Good place, nice food. You can do cooking lessons here. We just eat from the menu. It is not the cheapest but ok price. We had a really good salad, and the dumping soup was okay. Nice and friendly people and there selling beer.

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you must go here! - Edit

Fabulous food from an extensive menu, reasonable prices too. The owner speaks perfect English and is very friendly. She was watching the weather forecast so translated it for us (we're cycling so weather-obsessed!)

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Excellent Food, Environment & Service - Edit

Delicious Food, Very wonderful service, Pleasant Environment and Good Prices

Pros: Excellent Good and Many Choices, Pleasant Environment and Service, Convenient and Good Prices

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AMAZING - Edit

This food is some of the best I've had while traveling Vietnam. We loved the dumpling soup, Viennese pancakes, and Bah Mi.

Pros: affordable, quality food

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Great veg options - Edit

Stumbled upon this place and was glad I did. The dumpling soup was fantastic, the local specialty cao lau was great and cheap wine by the glass. The fried cao lau was too oily for my liking. The vegetarian mock meat (faux chicken?) was interesting - covered in sesame seeds and really tasty. The owners are lovely. Great place to relax.

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Delicio - Edit

I had the fried wonton, topped with cabbage, tomato and pineapple. It tastes amazing! (50k) The lady who works there is super friendly and the restaurant has a nice atmosphere :) Can't think of anything bad to say really!

Pros: Excellent food, Atmosphere, Friendly staff

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It was OK - Edit

We eat the fresh springrolls (39k), the bananaflower salad (40k) and the fried cau lau (40k). We liked the springrolls and the salad. The cau lau was to oily. The lady was very kind and spoke English very well.

Pros: nice fresh springrolls

Cons: too oily cau lau and not that cheap

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Vegan versions of local specialities - Edit

We came here to try the local specialities Cao Lau and My Quanh and they were really tasty and delicious! We also had a stuffed bun (like the Chinese Baozi) which was filled with veggies and mushroom. If you eat here, you'll have many vegan options including tofu and mock meat. I think, there was even a rice paper bacon. At the end we got some free food. The owner is very kind.

They seem to serve yoghurt, milk and egg (egg-coffee) so they're not vegan. The food seems vegan though. You can try coconut ice cream coffee. They also offer vegan cooking classes.

Pros: local specialities , free wifi

Cons: serves dairy/egg with coffee

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Great food and service - Edit

Has a very expansive menu. The lady who owns the shop has good English and was very helpful in making selections with my Omni friends. I had the Pho and my partner had the tofu in tomato sauce. Both were excellent! Would recommend!

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beautiful owner! - Edit

She made me feel so warm and welcome. You can see the effort and love that is put into each meal! Everything is delicious. She even gave me dragon fruit for dessert :)

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Delicious organic food + the best service in the world - Edit

I'm so glad I discovered this place at the start of my trip because I ate here every single day. The food is incredible and it's honestly the best experience with the most friendly service I've experienced.

There is a varied menu of both western and Vietnamese dishes which are all extremely well priced. I tried most of them and they were all delicious and FRESH!

Definitely try the sushi and Vietnamese pancakes! There is a huge list of tasty fresh fruit juices, smoothies and you can even grab a beer too.

Linh, the owner has been vegan since birth and has been running her restaurant for 29 years. She grows all her own ingredients organically in her garden - you can't get fresher than that! It's obvious she is passionate about veganism and cooking - you can taste it in all of her dishes.

Linh is also the nicest person in the world. She made me feel so welcome every time I visited. On my last morning in Vietnam she sat down and ate breakfast with me, then when I was leaving she gave me a packed lunch to take with me incase I couldn't get vegan food at the airport!

Absolutely the best food and experience I’ve had in Vietnam and honestly, the best, most heart-warming service I’ve seen anywhere in the world.

Pros: Delicious, homegrown organic food, Friendliest owner in the world , Excellent prices

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Great food, friendly owner - Edit

This is my favorite vegan place in Hoi An so far. Food is great, prices are cheap, the restaurant is very clean and cozy and the owner is amazing. She's fluent in english and keen to share recipes with you during her vegan cooking classes. I also appreciate that they use the word 'vegan' on their menu and signs. I'll be back for dinner, that's for sure 😁

Pros: Food quality , Prices, Location

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Favourite Vegan in Hoi An - Edit

The food was a great portion, delicious, and cheap! We went here on our last day but regretted not coming earlier. There are so many options and ALL vegan! The woman that owns the place is also one of the nicest women you will meet in all Vietnam!!

Pros: AMAZING FOOD, Cheap, Good Portions

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Delicious! - Edit

Thank you to Linh, who showed me such a good variaty off vietnameese food, during her cooking clas and at the market :)
The food is good, the staff, who is a family, are super nice and talkative!
Good prices and a lovely atmosphere, i reckommend!

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