White Marble Restaurant & Wine Bar

Restaurant 98 Le Loi Street, Hoi An, Vietnam Published on: 01-07-2016

07:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Food & Drink
4.00 - 12.00 USD

White Marble Restaurant & Wine Bar is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
White Marble Restaurant & Wine Bar is an ideal place to enjoy Vietnamese food in Hoi An and it is one of Hoi An’s most tasteful night spots.

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Why White Marble Restaurant & Wine Bar is special ?

Wine and dine in stylistic surrounds while soaking up Hoi An’s vibrant character in the centre of old town at White Marble Wine Bar and Restaurant. An impressive list of international wines is available, ensuring that you will find the right fit for any occasion. Tapas, grilled dishes and Asian-fusion dining are available to order should you get a bit peckish.

White Marble Wine Bar serves 14 premium wines by the glass from USD5 onwards, including Chilean Sauvignon Blanc, Australian Pinot Gris, French Island Pinot Noir, and Red Bordeaux. A selection of reasonably priced cocktails, whiskies, vodka, rums, and imported beers is also available here.

If you’re heading to this venue on an empty stomach, its food menu comprises authentic Vietnamese, French and Italian fusion dishes such as cheese platter, lemongrass chicken, mini crispy pancakes, and chicken satay. White Marble Wine Bar also caters to vegan diners – highly recommended are the tofu noodles with coconut curry and mango salad.


How to get to White Marble Restaurant & Wine Bar?

From Tran Hung Dao Street, go head to the east then turn right onto Le Loi Street to reach the restaurant.

Selling points

  • Best Hoi An has to offer
  • Delicious food and good value
  • Good wine list, fun food, and attentive staff.
  • Worst Restaurant Choice in three weeks holiday
  • Great wine bar on a lovely corner


  • Noise level Normal
  • Budget Medium
  • Alcohol YES
  • Air condition YES
  • Had kid menu NO
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast YES
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian YES
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5.0 days
168.20 USD
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98 Le Loi Street, Hoi An, Vietnam

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  • The bar will serve at night with many excellent wines and electric playlist.
    Things to do
  • Pumpkin & coconut veggie meal is an appropriate meal for vegetarian.
  • The upstairs dining room is an uniquely cosy spot.
  • The restaurant is located at the nicest corner in the heart of Ancient Town
  • You should have a set menu so you can try a little bit of everything
  • You can get a view of Hoi An's historic street and across Thu Bon River in here.


TripAdvisor View more

I will start by saying that some of the dishes here are EXCELLENT. The beef in peppercorn, the grilled beef in lot leaves, the salads, the pork belly...all bursting with flavour and imaginatively presented. Some of the dishes, however, are a bit of a let down; the chicken and rice is rather bland and overall some dishes could do with more seasoning. However, I'm giving this place five stars as when they're good, they're Really Good. Service is excellent, the wine list is extensive and reasonably priced (£16 for a bottle of French pinot served chilled). The bar at the open shutters allows for some serious people watching, although you will find yourself the subject of many tourists photos as the place is so pretty from the outside too. All in all, one of the best restaurants in Hoi An in my opinion, and some inventive and tasty share plates. Visited May 2016

FourSquare View more

Excellent little wine bar in the center of the town. Potato wedges were a great snack along with our drinks. Good place to take a break for a minute and get away from the street hawkers.

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