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STREETS Restaurant Cafe features contemporary Vietnamese and International cuisine, in a beautifully restored Hoi An building which was designed to complement the warm and attentive service.All our guests have the added satisfaction of "Dining for a Cause" STREETS is an innovative social enterprise for street kids and other disadvantaged youth. Our HoiAn restaurant and regional training center provide a comprehensive 18-month culinary and hospitality program.
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Had a great lunch here at Streets. They have disadvantaged young people come here where they are sponsored to be taught skills in hospitality & food hygiene etc. After their apprenticeship they receive an internationally accredited certificate and go on to have great careers.
The founder of G Adventures set up a scheme whereby he takes 25 disadvantaged kids & teaches them English & trains them in the hospitality industry with the aim for them to get good jobs in 5* hotels. They teach groups of tourists how to...More
Thoroughly enjoyed the young people that are being trained through the Streets program in Hoi An. Although this restaurant is part of the trading program these young people go through, nothing is less than outstanding here from the service to the food.
Our visit was...More
My wife and I were warmly greeted on arrival and provided a much appreciated washer to refresh ourselves with. We had a three course set menu and we were happy with each of the dishes offered up. The presentation of each was lovely and our...More
We had heard about streets through friends who had dined there and was not disappointed. I had the Vietnamese 3 course tasting menu which was absolutely fantastic, while my wife had the squid rings and local fish, both cooked to perfection. The service was excellent...More
Stopped to look at the menu and a lovely young man invited us in. We had a further look and decided to give it a whirl. Great concept, Naim was lovely to talk to and to learn about where she came from in Vietnam. The...More
The appeal of this restaurant is two-fold: gourmet food and knowing you are helping a good cause by giving troubled kids training in 5-star restaurant service. The service is, indeed, one of the appeals. The young people are pleasant and professional. The food is excellent...More
This place scores well with the food quality, presentation and service. We were pleased to be asked how our food was during the meal and had not experienced this elsewhere in Vietnam. The restaurant is a training academy for youngsters and it was great to...More