Da Nang is blessed with not only beautiful beach and stunning scenery thank to favorable geography position also unique cuisine which is made by the local people. Da Nang street food plays certain part in reflecting the rhythm of life as well as special gastronomy of people in there.
1. Quang noodle
Quang noodle originated from Quang Nam province. This dish is made with rice noodle and variety of herb, lettuce and the flower of bananas. Interestingly, there are three kinds of quang noodles served with different types of broth.
Broth can be made by simmering pork and tibia shin, chickens, or snakehead fishes seasoned with salt, sugar, black pepper, shallot, garlic and lemon grass. The people living in central Viet Nam put Quang noodle into a big bowl, peanut and Vietnamese crackers are sprinkled after pouring broth.
Above all, the chief have to make sure that the broth is strongly flavor and only a small of it is used to wet the noodle. To be honest, Quang noodle is essence of Da Nang owing to that local people take advantage of available material and put their emotion into this dish.
2. Fish cake noodle ( bun cha ca)
A bowl of fish cake noodle is full of broth which is experienced the sweetness of fish, pumpkins and pineapple. Due to locating in coastal area, Da Nang profit fresh abundant seafood sources every years, fish cake noodle is special gift of nature.
Amazingly, shrimp sauce also is added yourselves to stimulate the flavor of broth after the chief prepared for you a bowl of noodle soup. To taste this food, a small restaurant at 109 Nguyen Chi Thanh- Hai Chau district is best place due to 40 years experience You can join Da Nang Food Tour with us and our tour guide will show you more interesting insights about Fish cake noodle
3. Noodle salad with pork and anchovy fish sauce (bun mam)
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. Add: Quan 110 – 110 Huynh Thuc Khang Danang