I have tried a few Cao lau selling in the market but nothing beats the one I had in Miss Ly. It's towards the pricey side but it's definitely worth a try!
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Service was a little slow but the cao lao was great with nice quality meat. I recommend their lunch set which also comes with the white rose and wanton, famous Hoi An dishes. A little expensive for local food, but worth it for the quality.
It was our first meal in Vietnam. The location was right at the entrance of the old town, and I saw the long waiting line while we were having dinner. (It was lucky that we arrived there at 5 pm) Every food we ordered was...More
Was recommended by our guide, thanks. Bustling vibrant restaurant. The waitress actually told us we were ordering too much! Never had that before. Very nice tasty food and good juice drinks.
We happened by Miss Ly Café and were immediately drawn to the nostalgic vibe and décor that harkened back to its history. We were not disappointed by the food and friendly and helpful service. The dishes were superb, focusing on Hoi An specialities. The white...More
Went to eat here and got turned away because they were full which was not a problem, obviously must be great food. What put us off ever returning was the arrogance of the American guy who turned us away. Plenty of other great restaurants in...More
Food was amazing and was crowded during dinner time. We tried the white rose, stir fry kangkung, wan tan (looks like a pizza topping with shrimp), cao lao, spring roll and etc (can't remember the name) For those who want to try it out, better...More
Love the cao lao, white rose and wanton set menu. Very fresh ingredients and great flavours. Be careful not to order the food spicy though - I like spicy food but even for me this was hot! Nathan, the owner's husband, is a very gracious...More