Mi (Vietnamese sandwich), highly ranked by Anthony Bourdain. After breakfast, visit the local market in which local merchants sell the fresh ingredients of meat, chicken, fish, Tra Que vegetables, etc. There are food stalls to taste Hoi An food such as “Cao Lau” noodle. Continue to the streets filled sweet tofu, Banh Can Trung (little pancake with egg), Hoi An black coffee, etc.
Cycling to Tra Que Vegetable Village. The 15-minute cycling brings you to the fresh, peaceful, and photogenic garden where grows organic vegetables and herbs. Only 3km from the center, this village is perfect for a Hoi An bike tour that lets you learn basil, lettuce, perilla, chive, etc., enjoy living as a farmer, and photographing.
Upon your return to the town, have lunch with Hoi An chicken rice. Among the top addresses, Com Ga Ba Nga is the very best to visit. Move to Ba Gia Restaurant to have desserts of sweet corn soup and “Banh Dap” (a kind of rice cracker). Later is your free time.