Hoi An features a burgeoning restaurant scene with options for all tastes and budgets. Diners can sample everything from pizza to curry to Hoi An's signature dish Cau Lao. Get a feel for Hoi An's dining scene by checking out a few online resources. The foremost resource is probably Travelfish who have a writer that lives in Hoi An keeping things up to date. Then there's Frommers: Hoi An , both allow readers to rate restaurants they've been to.
For street food there is an up to date and frequently revised guide on google maps which was put together by a Tra Que local and longterm expat to show you the best places to dine kerb side, the details of the dishes and also the prices you would expect to pay. With Hoi An's free Wifi, it's easy to negotiate the map around town.

For the best tourist map - Live Hoi An produce a monthly map and guide in one, listing events, promotions and the eternal "happy hours" along with two very detailed maps of both the old town and the surrounding countryside, with a recommended cycle route thrown in. 

To receive the update events like Hoi An Fullmoon festival, promotion programs or any support when you traveling Hoi An,  you can check www.hoian-tourism.com. It is an official tourism website of Hoi An government and will keep you up to date on the current ticket rules to enter the old town during your stay.