The Hill Station, Hoi An - review by Rusty Compass
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The Hill Station, Hoi An

| 28 Oct 2015
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The Hill Station, Hoi An
321 Nguyen Duy Hieu St, Hoi An
Breakfast, lunch, dinner

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Price guide: $$

Our rating
28 Oct 2015

A little deli outfit that started in Sapa, owned by a local Hmong girl and two Danes, now arrives in Hoi An in a superb old shophouse. Stop by The Hill Station for breakfast. coffees, juices, paninis - or in the afternoon and evening for cold cuts and a glass of wine.

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We first came across The Hill Station a couple of years ago in Sapa and liked the place very much. Now the same deli concept and menu is available in Hoi An - in an old colonial era shophouse that’s long been a favourite.

It’s always nice to see a favourite old building adopted by a sympathetic business owner.

This is the closest you’ll find in Hoi An to the kind of deli and sandwich bar that you might be craving from home. Sandwiches, panini and salads are delicious.  And now Hoi An has cool venue for a glass of wine with cold cuts too.

There's a good selection of wines available by the bottle and by the glass. Imported beers include Chimay and Duvel from Belgium and Coopers from Australia.

They also serve good coffee, tea and juices.

Recommended.


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