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Located at 112 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, in the heart of Hoi An’s Old Quarter, HOME Hoi An - Vietnamese Restaurant reflects the spectacular cuisine of the charming city, reminiscent of a French townhouse in a warm and elegant setting. It is within 2 minute walking distance to the Japanese bridge and pretty close to most of Hoi An’s popular attractions, vibrant art shops and local markets.
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Free Wifi
All reviews bao oysters duck salad noodles crab spring rolls pineapple rock salt service charge our waiter air conditioned wonderful dinner fine dining last night excellent food and service beautiful restaurant sister restaurant
Had dinner at Home on our last night in Hoi An. We had oysters, pork / shrimp / herbs, five spice duck and chilli prawns, along with beer and white wine. We were served by Lily, who was very friendly and attentive and who gave...More
For the first time in Vietnam, everything is great. We had the opportunity to enjoy the lunar new year there with traditional dishes. We thank Happy, who did a job. It's great to explain to us this Tet event. She suggested me grilled fish and...More
Lily very good for service for us
we get the nice recommended by the staff and the wonderful first days in vietnam
한국어를 정말 잘하시는 친절한 종업원인 릴리와 그녀가 추천해주시는 음식들과 음료들도 너무 맛있어서
Nice taste for foreigners. Warm services. A waitress named Lily she literally asked for allergies so it was good and caring! Each dish is about 120,000-150,000. Nice presentation. We also received a complimentary nice tea set with some traditional sweets for Lunar New Year after...More
Excellent food and service. I especially liked the mushrooms and the char grilled pork. The spring rolls were a bit tasteless so wouldn’t recommend them. The wine was as expensive as the whole meal, which is typical in Hoi An. Would come again.