*** Updated December 2019 ***
If you have visited my blog before you will know how much I love Greek food. When The Hubs discovered Mix Restaurant Hoi An it was almost a forgone conclusion that we would visit. During our whirlwind Vietnam trip, we purposefully ate local fare for every meal, but when he told me about this outstanding Greek Restaurant in Hoi An it was time for a change. Greeks really have found their way to every corner of the globe and I for one and thrilled! Mix Greek Restaurant commands a perfect location in Hoi An’s Ancient Town and offers an innovative menu that is sure to delight even the fussiest of pallets. I liked Mix Greek Restaurant Hoi An so much that when I returned to Hoi An in October 2019 with a group of ten other ladies, I was sure to make a return visit. Read on for all the details …
Mix Restaurant Hoi An
Mix Restaurant Hoi An is a short scooter ride away from the Sincerity Hotel Hoi An where we stayed. When I visited the second time with the group, we stayed at the TTC Premium Hotel and generally caught taxis to get around, including to Mix. Both times I visited, the place was pumping. On our first visit we didn’t have a booking and I feared we would miss out, but our helpful hosts squeezed us in upstairs. Our server offered us the choice of sitting at the bar on the balcony or a table inside. Despite the balmy evening, we chose the ‘proper’ table inside to give us a little more room. We learned from the experience and I booked a few weeks ahead for our group of 11 the second time around. Once more we were seated upstairs and as we dined fairly early (6.30pm) it was a while before the crowds piled in. The decor at Mix Restaurant Hoi An is fairly rustic, but that just adds to the charm.
Mix Greek Restaurant Hoi An Menu
Mix Greek Restaurant Hoi An has a large beverage menu and we settled on a local beer (for him) and a cocktail (for me) while we perused the menu on my first visit. I’ve eaten a lot of Greek in my time and Mix’s menu was comprehensive and varied. I’m surprised to say that there were dishes that I had never heard of. It took us quite some time and indecision meant we ordered more than two humans could possibly consume. For entree I opted for the Feta Saganaki (VND100,000) while The Hubs indulged his love of seafood with Garides Saganaki (VND135,000). Mix’s Saganaki was unlike any I have ever had. The crumbly feta cheese was coated in batter and deep fried. It wasn’t bad, just different and I am more a fan of the traditional variety. The Hubs’ prawns were perfectly cooked and drenched in a rich tomato sauce.
Main Course @ Mix Restaurant Hoi An
For the main event, we purposefully chose dishes we could both enjoy. Chicken Skewers (VND135,000) for me and Raefi (VND320,000) for The Hubs. Both servings were incredibly generous and when the heaving plates arrived we knew we were going to struggle. Especially after the first bite when we realised everything was perfect. The Hubs’ beef was melt in the mouth tender and each bite was a delightful mix of imported Australian beef, spicy feta and pepper sauce. I was a little alarmed by the brightly coloured rice, but it was the perfect accompaniment to the dish. The Tzatziki that I ordered on the side went down a treat with the succulent perfectly seasoned chicken and traditional Greek pita. We were full to the brim when the dessert menu was offered so we politely declined and asked for the bill. While we finished off the last of our drinks Mix surprised us with a lovely miniature complimentary dessert. Well it would have been rude to refuse wouldn’t it?
Second Visit to Mix Greek Restaurant Hoi An
When we dined as a group of 11 ladies, it won’t come as a surprise to hear that a lot of cocktails we consumed, all of which were VND90,000. They went down very easy. We ordered starters of Keftedakia, Kolokithokeftedes and Kalamarakia to sample shared style. The Keftedakia balls were a definite hit. I ordered the Chicken Souvlaki for my main and the ladies sampled a range of other dishes including Kitchen’s Shrimp and Greek Country Style. Everything was great and no body left hungry.
The Final Word
Mix Restaurant Hoi An is one of the best restaurants in Hoi An and I thoroughly enjoyed my meal on both visits. After dinner make sure you take the time to wonder around ancient town. The atmosphere is electric and the beautiful lanterns will delight at every turn. If you are looking for more food inspo in Vietnam, check out my posts on Red Bean and Bun Bo Nam Bo in Hanoi.
Do you have a favourite cuisine you can’t resist? I would love to hear about it in the comments below.
Until Next Time …
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