Nu Eatery, Hoi An - review by Rusty Compass
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Nu Eatery, Hoi An

| 23 Nov 2014
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Nu Eatery, Hoi An
10A Nguyễn Thị Minh Khai, Cẩm Phô, tp. Hội An
+84 129 519 0190
Closed Sunday


Price guide: $$

Our rating
23 Nov 2014

Nu’s owner Phuc (pronounce "u" as you do in "put") describes his place as an eatery rather than a restaurant. It’s wonderfully simple - but don’t come here expecting gourmet cuisine. The tiny menu features a handful of dishes, Asian and Western, all handpicked by Phuc. Nu, means female or feminine in Vietnamese and Phuc named the place after his mother. The food’s good but the space is the real charmer. Pop by for a light meal and plan to stay and chill for a while. There are also smoothies and wines by the glass. Nu's down a small alley on the western side of Hoi An's Japanese bridge.

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