The best beachside seafood in Hoi An
You have a few weeks off and enough miles for round trip airfare. What kind of trip do you plan and to where? Fly to Southeast Asia. Take trains all over. I’ve spent some time in Japan but wasn’t able to see as much as I wanted. – Luka Tacon
An Bang Beach Village is a Vietnamese restaurant that’s family-owned and -operated, and it’s less than 50 meters from the shore of An Bang Beach in Hoi An, Vietnam. The atmosphere is laid-back and casual, and several generations come together to prepare exquisite Asian food. Fresh fish is brought in every morning by the fishermen of An Bang and used to prepare dishes like grilled scallops, grilled whole fish, and steamed prawns. You can also choose from the set menus to enjoy a curated meal. Each set menu—which changes seasonally to take advantage of the freshest ingredients—comes with at least six dishes designed to complement each other and includes seasonal fruit and steamed rice. Try the green papaya salad or the Vietnamese vegetarian curry, and get ready to marvel at how much better fresh-picked produce tastes. The set menu feeds two people and costs between 210,000 and 270,000 VND. Just send the restaurant a message in order to reserve a table. Don’t forget to check out An Bang Beach Village’s bicycle tour and cooking class for a first-hand look at life in An Bang and learn how to prepare the local dishes in the correct way.
Address: To 6B, An Bang, Cẩm An, tp. Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam
Phone: +84 90 354 26 13