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Why Brother’s Café is special ?
Formerly a French-era police station, the building has been transformed into one of the most peaceful and stunning venues in town. Strategically located on the Thu Bon River, Brother’s Café comprises an inside dining area and an elegant open garden overlooking the river, making it ideal for a quiet drink while watching the sun goes down. Due to its premium location and its historical value, Brother’s Café is one of the most expensive restaurants in town but the scenery makes it worthy for a special night out.
The food portions are generous and the quality is good. Visitors have the option to choose from the à la carte menu, five different set menus and buffet sets. The restaurant caters for special, themed events, such as the Lantern Festival, sunset cruises and other ceremonies by arranging special buffet sets and activities around them.
How to get to Brother’s Café?
From Tran Hung Dao, go head east toward Pham Hong Thai. Take the 1st right onto Pham Hong Thai. Take the 2nd right onto Phan Boi Chau to reach the restaurant.
- Great atmosphere and style
- Elegant setting.
- Exclusive dining!
- Great food, very expensive for the area.
- Gorgeous Food but Expensive
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
27-29 Phan Boi Chau Street, Hoi An City, Vietnam
Tips for you
Our guide recommended this place while we were on our boat trip up the river. Our table overlooked the river and they had big fans to cool you down. The service was excellent and the food was delicious. It is a little bit off the tourist strip which means it is a little quieter. It probably deserves to be higher on the ranking.
Brothers Café is a beautiful historic building in Hoi An. The atmosphere could almost be enough! The food is amazing especially the Vietnamese Salad that arrives in a pineapple. On top of this the service is impeccable. this restaurant looks out to the river so you can watch life pass by as you sip away at your cocktail. If you are in Hoi An and would like a casual relaxing lunch or a beautiful dinner this is definitely a place you want to check out.
I only had a drink here (a cold beer). In an old colonial mansion, with pools and gardens by the river, this is an essential stop while in Hoi An. An altogether pleasant experience and probably classy dining.