Morning Glory

Vietnamese Restaurant$$$$
Hội An
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  • Kinga S.
    "The best Vietnamese food we had during the whole stay in Vietnam."(21 Tips)
    Jodizzle
    "The white rose dumplings and the green mango salad are my favorites!"(14 Tips)
    Adri R.
    "Amazing rice paper rolls, fried spring rolls and cao lau."(10 Tips)
    Lauren R.
    "Pork belly, prawn curry and cinnamon brisket are all amazing"(16 Tips)
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  • Carla S.
    Carla Scorsi3 weeks ago
    Loved the Papaya Salad with Sesame Beef. I came back to have it on the three days of my stay in Hoi An! Price is a bit higher but the quality+service makes worth every cent.
  • eifeh s.
    eifeh sApril 11
    While the food was good, the local shops do local dishes better for much cheaper. Service seems to be a hit or miss. Need to make reservations beforehand to avoid a long wait.
    Upvoted 1 week ago
  • Erin M.
    We had the banh xeo, spring rolls and white rose dumplings. All were very good! Best restaurant we've been to in Vietnam
  • Andre M.
    Andre MohrFebruary 29
    The specialties here are pricy but really delicious. Try the clam curry and the banana blossom duck salad. Excellent spring rolls too. Touristy but recommended
  • Andre M.
    Andre MohrFebruary 29
    The concept here is sanitised 'Street food', and it's the most popular tourist restaurant in Hoi An. My advice, get your street food on the street (cheaper and at least as good) and order specialties
    Upvoted 1 week ago
  • Jessie L.
    Jessie LeeFebruary 24
    One of the best restaurants in town and food is reasonable priced. Must try the spring rolls. This place also host amazing cooking classes
  • Duke N.
    Duke New YorkFebruary 14
    Highly overrated and nothing special. Its reputation raises the expectations but in reality it is not entirely up to them. Lazy albeit quick service. Shrimp curry was dull, with uncooked shrimps.
    Upvoted May 10
  • Elena E.
    Elena E.January 7
    This place is popular for a reason - amazing tasty food. Try everything! My fav were shrimps in coconut and banana flower salad :-) Also very hard to get a seat in the evening, reserve in advance.
  • Chris L.
    Chris LeeJanuary 1
    Expect a long queue when u come during dinner time due to the restaurant popularity. Food wise i would say is above average with decent price. Staff are very friendly too
  • Katie K.
    Katie KellerDecember 7, 2015
    One of the best meals I have had in my life and definitely the best meal I have had in Vietnam. Order: white rose dumplings, crab wantons, prawn curry, pork belly w/ 5 spicy & caramel, sautéed pumpkin
  • Pierre-Antoine B.
    Pierre-Antoine BrunNovember 8, 2015
    All the menu is great from having been there several times; it's not a touristic attraction like Brothers' Cafe. And keep some space for the deserts!!
  • Hung L.
    Hung LuuSeptember 19, 2015
    I had cao Lau noodles, white rose dumplings, iced Vietnamese coffee. All delicious. Very clean, nice restaurant and not any less authentic for being nice. Would do great in San Francisco
  • Paul R.
    Paul RasmussenSeptember 4, 2015
    Pho was good, but a bit salty (seems to be common in Hoi An). Crab wontons good as well. Cheap beer and cocktails.
  • Kristof V.
    Kristof Van LandschootAugust 15, 2015
    Be very very quiet. This café is run by deaf and mute people so you have to get by with written notes and sign language. It is a beautiful place, a relaxing spot with great coffee, tea and cookies.
    Downvoted 1 week ago
  • Inbal H.
    Inbal HalfonAugust 8, 2015
    Average food, good but not delicious. Nice crew, know how to work. Didn't like the little tray they use for decoration, which is not comfortable to eat on. Generally, good restaurant, not fantastic.
    Upvoted May 10
  • Maria T.
    Maria Tran LarsenJune 30, 2015
    Guess that the good ratings are from all the tourists that come here, caus theres not ONE Viet in here! Tasteless, and NOT authentic. Food is ok, but lack spices and herbs. Boring place.
    Upvoted Apr 28
  • Arumratri P.
    Arumratri PalupiJune 5, 2015
    Eat everything all delicious and try to get seat upstairs outside on the balcony, less crowded, its good for couples. Get reservation for dinner service, the place is packed.
  • Shomyza S.
    Shomyza SMarch 5, 2015
    Th best food i ever had! Start with White rose dumplings & fried crab wontons! Sip on the soothing mango lassi or China beach sunset! Go for prawn curry for main! Loved the fast service too!
  • Sam O.
    Sam OlsenFebruary 22, 2015
    Food is really good. Very international crowd, quick service, packed. Could feel like a bit of an assembly line except for quality meals and friendly atmosphere. Recommended
  • Christian N.
    Christian NordkapFebruary 16, 2015
    Behind me on the table are 'Crispy Pancakes'... Really, really good. Eat them and remember they have a sister restaurant called Mermaid. Best food ever!!!
  • Dave C.
    Dave CummingsJanuary 20, 2015
    Everything is incredible. Though they're not known for them, their fresh spring rolls were the best we've had in Vietnam. Remember not to buy from vendors who walk up to you!
  • J S.
    J SheridanJanuary 14, 2015
    As good as everyone says! Excellent place for delicious Vietnamese fare. White rose, fish are excellent here; try some actual morning glory as a green side.
  • Anna W.
    Anna WallaceJanuary 8, 2015
    A nice setting but the food is a sanitised version of the true Vietnamese street food - grab a stool on the river and you'll be rewarded!
  • Pasa M.
    Pasa MustafaJanuary 7, 2015
    Was excited to try this restaurant because of the reviews. However it is a "restaurant" so don't expect the food to be better than on the street. Expect it to be a safe comfortable version.
  • Paul L.
    Paul LEEDecember 23, 2014
    We come here and walk thru the walking area. We just learned that we have to pay ticket to go. 120000vnd per person. So we cancel the dinner, we are not sure it is worth to go there.
  • MunKeat H.
    MunKeat HoDecember 7, 2014
    Good food .. Nice ambience. A little pricier than normal but still cheap in comparison from where I came from. Good service and friendly staff. Worth giving it a try
  • noskos
    noskosNovember 4, 2014
    Street food lifted to a higher level. Everything we had was great including the cocktails! Come early because it's a pretty busy place.
  • Cheen T.
    Cheen TANSeptember 12, 2014
    White rose dumpling. Wondering what is this romantic-sounding local snack? Well it's a light steamed rice dumpling with shrimp filling. Easy to eat
  • Cheen T.
    Cheen TANSeptember 11, 2014
    Banh xeo. They serve the local crispy pancake with rice paper. Staff said to put all ingredients on rice paper, roll it up, dip in accompanying sauce & eat. Experiential!
  • Cheen T.
    Cheen TANSeptember 11, 2014
    Come here for Viet street food in restaurant setting. U get to sample a wide variety of local dishes @ one convenient spot. All 4SQ tips were useful. We also enjoyed papaya beef salad & savoury crepes
  • Phat B.
    Phat BuoySeptember 9, 2014
    All the Local starters are to die for! Yummy. Red risotto and pork was a bit disappointing, but generally this was one of the best places we've eaten in Vietnam
  • Adri R.
    Adri RodriguezAugust 11, 2014
    Amazing rice paper rolls, fried spring rolls and cao lau. The "natural remedies" they have on the menu are very good and the passion fruit juice is also delicious! Book in advance for cooking classes!
  • David C.
    David CronkMarch 22, 2014
    Been there twice in the last week I can especially recommend Duck with Banana Flower Salad and Caramelised Pork Belly. Cinnamon Beef also very nice flavour
  • Tomantha M.
    Tomantha MercedesMarch 1, 2014
    As highly recommended, the stuffed squid with pork was truly amazing. The squid was very tender (not extra chewy as you will fond sometimes) and a large portion! The squid trumps the blue fin tuna.
  • Kinga S.
    Kinga SlomskaJanuary 17, 2014
    The best Vietnamese food we had during the whole stay in Vietnam. Excellent prawn curry. Check there cooking book. It can be baught in the restaurant or ordered online
  • Duyen D.
    Duyen DoJanuary 13, 2014
    The kitchen is main event here. You can get a seat downstairs, watch the chefs and join in cooking class. More detail of Hoi An local foods at hoianfoodtour.com Read more
  • Mariaan S.
    Mariaan SchoemanSeptember 18, 2013
    Loved this place. Not over priced. We ordered the deep fried wontons, caramalised pork belly, spicy seafood soup with noodle buns and our favourite the prawn curry.
  • Joonas R.
    Joonas RyssyAugust 16, 2013
    Com ga (chicken rice) is a combination of dry rice and dry chicken. My Quang hai san (seafood Quang noodle) has only 3 pieces of small shrimps! Cao lau was good. Overall it's a 2.5/5, not the best.
  • Gingerengs
    GingerengsAugust 11, 2013
    Very touristic and full of europeans, but the food Is just amazing. The chef Is a woman and famous for her vietnamese food book. They also organize cooking classes. The sea food curry Is amazing!
    Upvoted 1 week ago
  • rosie s.
    rosie simanJuly 2, 2013
    The white rose dumplings truly are amazing. We also loved the Bahn Mi meatball sandwich & morning glory salad. Go elsewhere for a cooking class (cheaper elsewhere) but make sure to eat a meal here!
  • Ruth M.
    Ruth MurphyJune 30, 2013
    Had red prawn curry for main and had chicken rice for starter both were great!Would definitely recommend. Only drawback for me personally was that mains were delivered straight after starters finished
  • Margarita T.
    Amazing!!! Kitchen is in the middle of the restaurant, so you can see how your food is being cooked! Tried blue tuna steak with mango - fantastic taste! Wine is good too! They also do cooking classes!
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureMarch 19, 2013
    This fishing village is known for cao làu soup: its thick noodles are cooked in water from local wells & its tangy broth is laced w/ juicy pork. More places to eat like a local: tandl.me/12ufz7c
  • Maddie C.
    Maddie ColemanMarch 15, 2013
    The best meal I had in Vietnam. Order the fresh spring rolls and the Hoi An spring rolls. The prawn curry is a must and make sure you get a side of French bread. The staff are wonderful.
  • Prij
    PrijNovember 19, 2012
    The cooking class is amazing, one of my favourite things I've done here so far. Loved the market tour, and all the dishes we cooked were delicious. So happymaking!
  • Christopher R.
    Christopher ROctober 18, 2012
    One of the best restaurants in Vietnam. This is authentic central cuisine in all its (pardon the pun) glory. Be sure to try the banh xeo (Vietnamese crepe) and papaya chicken salad with mint. Yum!
  • Michelle
    MichelleJuly 8, 2012
    A-mazing food!! So good we've come back 2 nights in a row. Everything smells amazing, but we highly recommend Tuna in Mango Sauce & Chicken w/vegetables and pumpkin, and a side of morning glory!
  • Claire D.
    The ban xeo is crunchy good. Tried the bitter melon for health reasons and it's not bitter at all- which is good. Prices are reasonable and wifi is strong and free. Will add to my favorite Resto list
  • Leah J.
    Leah JohnsJune 19, 2011
    Best food we've had in Vietnam. Try the white rose dumplings, savoury steamed rice flour crepes, green mango salad with prawns, papaya salad with beef.
  • Sarah
    SarahNovember 28, 2010
    Tourist packed, sure. But the food is amazing -- banh mi xiu mai, eggplant, mi quang, rose dumplings, prawn curry, all the juices and sinh to. Great service, good cause.
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