This little establishment is down a narrow side alley a few blocks from the Japanese Bridge in Hoi An. Our tour guide introduced us to it. On our second visit with friends we almost walked past it.
We tried the Seafood Hot pot, spring rolls, pan cakes and white roses. All are tasty treats served in a quiet little nook set back off the main street. Attractive décor with songbirds serenading you and friendly service. Don't be in a rush. The food is prepared fresh and takes long enough to enjoy a cold beer while you wait. You can even have a conversation without yelling over the traffic noise.
We took 2 new friends along on the second night and they were pleased with the experience.
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