Hoi An Speciality Dishes

The dishes from Hoi An served in the restaurants are varied. You can enjoy fresh seafood and local vegetables coming from Tra Que Vegetable Village.

Cao Lau


Cao Lao is a traditional dish made of rice noodle, pork, beansprouts, croutons and herbs. The recipe may vary from restaurant to restaurant.

Banh Bao Vac


Banh Bao Vac, called white roses is a specialty of Hoi An. They are dumplings filled with pork or shrimps. Only one family living in the old town know how to cook them and they keep the recipe secret.

Fried Wonton


Originally from China, it is now a special dish from Hoi An because it has been changed to suit the local taste. Fried wontons are in fact fried dumplings usually filled with pork and shrimps.

Banh Xeo
Banh Xeo is a Vietnamese crispy pancake made from rice flour and coconut milk usually topped with pork, shrimps and beansprouts. To eat it like a local, roll the pancake in a rice paper with some greens and dip it in the peanut sauce.


Mi Quang
Mi Quang is basically made with yellow rice noodles, meat and local vegetables served with a broth.


Source: hoianfoodtour.com

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