Dingo Deli – a good bakery and restaurant in Hoi An
- Phone: 0706 009 300
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: https://www.dingodelihoian.com/
- 08:00 - 21:30
- Staff: Vietnamese, English
- Menu: Vietnamese, English
- Cash in: Vietnam Dong
- Card: Visa Card
- There are co-working space and playground at Dingo Deli
277 Cua Dai street, Cam Chau ward, Hoi An city
Has been opened since 2010, Dingo Deli is a western-owned bakery, restaurant in Hoi An. Besides, it focuses on gourmet sandwiches, Italian coffee and artisan breads. This restaurant is located on Cua Dai street that leads you right to Cua Dai beach – one of the 2 beaches of the lantern town. In addition, its location is between Japanese Covered Bridge and Cam Thanh eco water coconut village. It’s about four-kilometer distance from Dingo Deli to these places. If you want to reach them by taxi, it takes you around 10 minutes.
When it comes to decor, the color grey of cement is the main color of this place. The floors are tiled with different patterns in the same tone colors. We can say that their decoration does show the harmony between vintage and modern style.
What makes it unique?
Besides, the things that make Dingo Deli Bakery and Restaurant in Hoi An become special are their Co-working space and their quality children’s playground. A separate air-conditioned room equipped with printer and flat screen are what they have for their Co-working space. Dingo Deli does have plenty of space and toys for your children inside as well as outside. How great it is if you are having meal while your children are playing at the playground that is right in the restaurant. Dingo
Deli has been a bakery and restaurant with a rich collection of pastries and breads for almost 08 years. It is an ideal spot for those who want to enjoy signature sandwiches or plates of salads with fresh vegetables. Dingo Deli is also a great place for you to stay away from the bustle and hustle of the city. Their chefs always pay attention to the freshness of ingredients and the quality of the dishes. There is extensive list of international main dishes from Mexico, Italy, the US and beyond such as Chicken nuggets (served with honey dijon sauce), Spaghetti Pomodoro (tomato, garlic, basil & parmesan). Moreover, Dingo Deli Bakery and restaurant in Hoi An is well-known as the “home of the great sandwich” in this lantern town.
The price here is not over-priced for both locals and tourists costing around 95.000 for slight meals and over 140.000 for big meals.