Restaurant Review: Hoi An, Shangri-La Hotel Dubai
When it comes to South Asian cuisine, Vietnamese is still largely underrepresented in favour of more readily available options, such as Indian or Thai. However, once you’re exposed to its vibrant flavours, you’ll travel the lengths of the city to taste more. And once you find Hoi An, you just know you’ll be back. The menu is extensive, covering all the bases from meat to seafood and appetising vegetarian selections. For a taste of true Vietnam in all its fresh and fragrant glory, you’ll be hard-pressed to better Hoi An’s offerings.
On the menu
Crab two ways: spicy blue crab cake and deep-fried soft shell crab with spicy mayonnaise Dhs73
Seared Black Angus beef tenderloin with mushroom, onion, bell peppers, watercress and black pepper sauce Dhs155
Vietnamese-style crème brûlée with sesame seeds and candied ginger tuile Dhs52