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  :: At Mango Rooms, Latin tangos with Vietnamese

With a staggering variety of fresh seafood and vegetables to choose from, Hoi An restaurants have it pretty easy when it comes to preparing delicious fare. But as Alyssa Worsham discovers, Mango Rooms just made the competition a little more complicated.

Based on the popularity, and prices, of restaurant Asia de Cuba in New York and London, the potential for fusing Latin and Asian cuisines remains
largely untapped, even in the most food-savvy cities. So it was with great
surprise, and immense satisfaction, that I found a small bastion of this
culinary style in the quaint beach town Hoi An: Mango Rooms.
Though you no longer have to use a flash light to find your hotel after
dark, Hoi An is still only comprised of a handful of streets, stretched out ...


  :: MangoRooms in the press

.: Destinasian (Dec 2006 / Jan 2007)
.: Next Stop - Where to eat

.: East Eats West (24/01/2006)
.: Eclectic Fusion Food at Mango Rooms

.: Viet Nam News (01/05/2005)
.: Latin tangos with Vietnamese

.: Timeout
.: Fusion with a flair

.: New York Times
.: Where to eat