Top 7 Not to be missed dishes in Danang City

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Da Nang has variety things that visitors usually want to share with your relatives or friends. It has four great bridges which are considered as four “misses” of the worth city or long-beautiful beaches. Moreover, if you haven’t tried below dishes, it will be the most regret.
In this article, we introduce Top 7 not to be missed dishes and some recommended addresses in Danang city.

1) Mi Quang (Quang-noodle)

Quang noodle is made from rice flour and cut into long-line pieces. With its sauce cooked from chicken, shrimp, crab, fish, pork or beef bone, Quang noodle can be called Chicken, Fish or Beef noodles with its specific flavors.
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Quang noodle could be eaten with fresh vegetables and pancake, fried coconut beans. A small piece of lemon juice can be added.

Here are some Quang noodle restaurants:
Ms. Ngan

Add: 108 Dong Da Street

Tel: +84 511 3537 007

Ms. Lu

Add: 126 Ham Nghi Street

Tel: +84 511 3652 024

Ms. Vi

Add: 155 Trung Nu Vuong Street

Tel: +84 511 3552 781

60 Ngu Hanh Son StreetTel: +84 511 3836 907 05 Hai Phong StreetTel: +84 511 3827 936 Quynh Huong noodlesAdd: 14 Yen Bay Street
My Tho noodles

Add: 14 Thai Phien Street

If you at Hotel near the Da Nang airport, you can choose  Quang noodle restaurants at Trung Nu Vuong St or Nguyen Tri Phuong St.

My Quang

2) Banh trang cuon thit heo (pork wrapped with pancake)

Thin-sliced pancake wrapped with noodle pieces and boiled pork meat. This dish could be used with fresh vegetables and Vietnamese fish sauce. The sauce discreetly because it is strangely hot. don’t miss out.
Guests could pass by the following local inns:
Mau

Add: 35 Do Thuc Tinh Street

Tel: +84 511 3846 615

Tran

Add:

+ 300 Hai Phong Street – Tel: +84 511 3752 777

+ 04 Le Duan Street – Tel: +84 511 3849 022

+ 43A Ngo Thi Nham Street – Tel: +84 511 3775 234

Ms. Huong

Add:

+ Plot 5 Trieu Nu Vuong Street

+ 364 September 2nd Street

Tel: +84 983 550 959

3) Banh xeo pancake (sizzling cake)

“Banh xeo” pancake (literally “sizzling cake”) is named for the loud sizzling sound it makes when the rice batter is poured into the hot skillet are Vietnamese savoury fried pancakes made of rice flour, water, turmeric powder, stuffed with slivers of fatty pork, shrimp, diced green onion, and bean sprouts.
Southern-style bánh xèo contains coconut milk and certain Central region skips the turmeric powder altogether. They are served wrapped in mustard leaf, lettuce leaves or wrappers, and stuffed with mint leaves, basil, fish leaf and/or other herbs, and dipped in a sweet and sour diluted fish sauce. In the Central region, the pancake is also dipped in a special sauce which consists of fermented soy bean and sticky rice sauce, ground pork liver, ground and toasted peanut and seasonings.
While grilled pork/beef is a kind of dish rolled with a type of rice cakes. These three dishes are often being sold together in any restaurants serving this kind of dish.
Ms. Duong pancake

Add: Alley 11 Hoang Dieu Street

No. 29 Le Dinh Duong Street Ms. Trai

Add: 194 Dong Da Street

36, 38, 40 Yen Bay Street

4) Banh beo, banh nam, banh loc

Banh beo (rice flour cake flavoured with ground shrimp), banh nam (flat rice flour dumpling from Hue, stuffed with minced pork and mushrooms), banh loc (rice dumpling cake wrapped in banana leaves)
“Bánh” is a Vietnamese term, translating loosely as “cake” or “bread”, that refers to a wide variety of sweet or savory, distinct cakes, buns, pastries, sandwiches, and food items from Vietnamese cuisine, which may be cooked by steaming, baking, frying, deep-frying, or boiling.
This special food is sold almost everywhere in Danang, from a small retailer to a big restaurant. Tourists could visit the following recommended addresses to taste these dishes.
Ms. Be

Add: 100 Hoang Van Thu Street

Tam

Add: 297 Nguyen Chi Thanh Street (only open afternoons from 3 pm)

108 Trung Nu Vuong

Add: 108 Trung Nu Vuong Street

Banh canh

5) Banh canh (soup cake)

Bánh canh (literally “soup cake”) is a thick Vietnamese noodle that can be made from tapioca flour or a mixture of rice and tapioca flour. There are many variations of the bánh canh with soup such as: Bánh canh cua – a rich, thick crab soup, Bánh canh bột lọc – a more translucent version of the noodle, Bánh canh chả cá – the dish includes fish sausage and is popular around Vietnam, Bánh canh giò heo tôm thịt – includes pork knuckle and shrimp.
The Vietnamese word bánh refers to items such as noodles or cakes that are made from flour, and canh means “soup.”
Guests staying at Danang Beach Hotel could drop by one of the following addresses in Danang:
Nga

Add: 78 Nguyen Chi Thanh Street

Minh Nguyet

Add: 8 Yen Bay Street

Thanh Huong

Add: 18 Thai Phien & 130B Le Dinh Duong Street

Nhat Van

Add: 241 Hoang Dieu

6) Bun cha ca (Fish ball noodle soup)

Well-known and distinctive in Central Vietnam and eaten together with fruits and herbs, “Bun cha ca” is tasty and nutritious to satisfy your gourmet.
The main ingredient to make this dish spicy is poached or grilled ground fish, and the broth is made from tomato, pineapple, pumpkin, bamboo shoot and other herbs.

Recommended addresses:
Ms. Lan

Add: 87 Le Hong Phong Street

Ms. Phien

Add: 63 Le Hong Phong Street

Bun Cha Ca 152

Add: 152 Quang Trung Street

Ly Thai To Street

Add: Ly Thai To – Phan Thanh Street

7) Bun mam (Noodle salad with pork and anchovy fish sauce)

Bun mam is made out of vermicelli, pork or roasted pork, vegetables, unripe papaya, peanuts and, of course, anchovy fish sauce. As the name suggests, the exquisiteness of this dish depends mostly on its anchovy fish sauce.
Originally Bun mam is accompanied with boiled pork, and other alternatives include roasted pork (my favourite). Additionally, bun mam is served with “mít non” (unripe/young jackfruit) and the special chilli sauce which are trademarks of the central region.
Ms Van

Add: 14 Tran Ke Xuong Street

Ms Ngoc

Add: 20 Đoan Thi Diem Street

Ms Thuyen

Add: K424/03 Le Duan Street

Add:  Quan 110 – 110 Huynh Thuc Khang Street
These dishes were not only originally regional dishes, but also popularized which has made particular impression on many tourists once coming here. if you have an opportunity to visit Danang city, you should not forget to try these dishes.

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