Dingo Deli, Hoi An - review by Rusty Compass
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Dingo Deli, Hoi An

| 06 Nov 2017
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Dingo Deli, Hoi An
277 Cua Dai Rd, Cam Chau, Hoi An
Breakfast lunch and dinner


Price guide: $$$

Our rating
06 Nov 2017

Outstanding outpost of cafe comforts - salads, bakery stuff, pasta and more. On the road between Hoi An old town Cua Dai beach.

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I always a feel a bit ambivalent about businesses that play the Australia card hard in foreign lands. Australians - me included - tend be noisy enough. But whatever you make of the name, Dingo Deli is a great place for an Australian cafe experience. The food's tasty (the bakery is outstanding), so's the coffee. And there's quality deli stuff, salads and pasta too. Staff are friendly and the place has a good feel. It was buzzing on our visits.

The owner Gordon is a Canadian Australian who set up in Hoi An a few years ago and hasn’t looked back. He’s offering something unique for visitors craving the flavours of home.

Dingo Deli’s a good place to get some work done too, with a dedicated workspace if required.

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