Located at the intersection of Guangzhao Guild Hall in the ancient town of Hoi An, it occupies quite a large area. After taking a taxi to the ancient town, I saw this restaurant not far after walking across the Japanese bridge. It was too hot to go in and order some food and drink, by the way Take a break. The snacks are done well. The mango juice is delicious. It’s just that the same container will become bottlenecked, but there will be a lot less on the table, and there will be more on the table. I really don’t know if I make a profit or not. Unfortunately, there are ups and downs in the mood, it is better to unify the standards.
The restaurant at the entrance of the hotel is facing the Guangzhao Guild Hall. The location is good, and it is a bit messy by the roadside. Food prices are expensive in Vietnam and normal in Hoi An, I spent an afternoon with WiFi. Hoi An’s restaurants basically don’t have air conditioning and only have electric fans. It’s still a bit painful at noon. It’s suitable for the high imitation bourgeois.
The environment of the restaurant is pretty good, the dishes are delicious, the price is reasonable, the serving speed is fast, and the restaurant also provides free wifi.
I prefer salty and sour plum ice in the drinks, and seafood sour soup in the dishes. The shrimp and squid in it are very special and taste good.
Vietnamese spring rolls are delicious, and fried spring rolls