Le Cabanon, Hoi An - review by Rusty Compass
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Le Cabanon, Hoi An

| 20 Nov 2017
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Le Cabanon, Hoi An
13 Cong Nu Ngoc Hoa, Hoi An, Vietnam

Our rating
20 Nov 2017

A refreshingly simple, friendly, French owned eatery on the fringe of Hoi An's old town.

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There’s not much to this place. But it works. The two French owners are exceptionally welcoming. And they keep things very simple —  a refreshing change in a town where many places serve everything from local specialties to burgers and pizza.

The menu’s concise and there are daily specials. Great for a casual glass of wine and a bite. By day they serve coffee and sandwiches too. The night I went, one of the owners stepped out the back and banged out a tasty pasta.

Le Cabanon looks over the Thu Bon River.

This is a good place to head for a break from Hoi An's local fare.

Mark Bowyer
Mark Bowyer is the founder and publisher of Rusty Compass.
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