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Why Café Des Amis is special ?
Located at 52 Bach Dang Street, Hoi An, Café Des Amis is the choice of many peoplewhen coming to Hoi An. Its owner, Nguyen Manh Kim, is fluent in many languages and always satisfy his customers with his cleverness. Des Amis is not a big coffee shop but has convenient position.It faces to Hoai river port which is crowded and riotous all the time with boats and people pass by. There, you can enjoy not only coffee but also some specialities of Hoi An such as white rose, caolau while listening to classical music or flamenco. Moreover, there is a notebook inside the shop so that you can write your feelings about the shop and their staffs into it.
Must try dishes:
Pumpkin and taro soup served with rice crackers.
Fried egg noodle with veg and shrimp
Fried Cao Lau noodles with veg and tofu
Vegetarian Spring Rolls
Wonton Soup with shrimp
- Great coffee with friendly service
- Lunch overlooking the River
- Amazing experience
- Perfect location, perfect coffee
- Great food, staff, value
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
52 Bạch Đằng, tp. Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam
Tips for you
We needed a coffee after walking around in a huge downpour. We were warmly welcomed and given towels to dry off with. We had authentic Vietnamese iced coffee which is not available in all cafes. The atmosphere was so great with the music and Kim the owner that we returned for lunch later that day. I had the white rose which was delicious, my husband had chicken with cashews which was much the,same as any where else in Hoi An. When we returned for lunch there was a young French couple there who explained to us that the music playing was the famous French singer who Kim was pictured with on the wall. Visited November 2015
Came across this restaurant by chance, we were welcomed by very friendly owner, who showed us upstairs to a balcony, where we ate a lovely meal overlooking the river. Very entertaining owner who waved to us next time we walked by! Great food, good location. Visited September 2015
Me and my boyfriend stoped there by accident when we were desperated for a breakfast. The owner, Mr Kim - a cousinier chef that worked in Paris - hosted us so good and showed us a lot of books with some reviews of portuguese people that went to his restaurant. His kindness made us want to go back in that day to have dinner - we had the Cao Lau! Amazing! All the textures in just one dish. Really good experience!