When traveling through Laos I met a lovely girl from England named Ash.  Ash taught English in Vietnam for six months and traveled the country extensively.  Her favorite city was Hoi An and she spoke about Hoi An daily, no joke.  She had much credibility behind her and knew how to haggle in Vietnamese, where to eat and how to order.  She recommended that I go to a restaurant named Little Menu and so I did, embarrassingly, three times.  Twice for dinner and once for lunch.

So glad Ash and I crossed paths.  Probably one of the best restaurants I’ve eaten at in all of Southeast Asia and some of the best Vietnamese food I have had.  The lunch photos are nice although the dinner shots were taken in the dark.  Nom nom.  Oh…and Nom nom in Lao means boobies.  So I mean nom nom as in yummy, duh.  

Traditional Vietnamese BBQ pork patties with vermicelli noodles and salad

Ahi Tuna with wasabi and rice

Spring Rolls

Baked Pork and beef stuffed in Squid with papaya salad and rice