Morning Glory Restaurant, Hoi An - review by Rusty Compass
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Morning Glory Restaurant, Hoi An

| 20 Nov 2017
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Morning Glory Restaurant, Hoi An
106 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hoi An, Vietnam
+84 (0510) 2241 555

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Price guide: $$

Our rating
20 Nov 2017

Classic Vietnamese cuisine and cooking classes in a lovely building in the centre of town. Things are getting very busy here - especially at night. Expect queues during peak months.

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Photo: Mark BowyerMorning Glory restaurant

Ms Vy is a culinary pioneer in Hoi An, with Morning Glory her third venture after Mermaid and Cargo. She's expanded further in recent years with Vy's market and others.

While Morning Glory purports to serve street food, it seems for the most part to offer a good mix of Vietnamese standards - all nicely done in a great setting.

Much of the cooking takes place right before your eyes in the middle of the restaurant, always a nice touch. There’s plenty to watch in the kitchen as well as the delicate crafting of fine Vietnamese food unfolds.

Morning Glory has been open for years, but a recent surge in tourist arrivals in Hoi An seems to have been especially fortuitous for Morning Glory - there are often big queues. Nights are especially busy at peak times. Book ahead.

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