Must Try Vietnamese Food in Da Nang

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It’s our first time visiting Vietnam and Da Nang is the first stop in this deliciously new adventure of ours. We’ve always loved Vietnamese food and after watching so many great food videos from Vietnam it was exciting for us to finally come and experience Vietnamese cuisine for ourselves – actually in Vietnam itself.

In this episode we visited multiple Da Nang local favourites such as our first stop Mì Quảng Thi. Mi Quang is a popular noodle (especially for breakfast) and you will see stores selling this dish everywhere in Da Nang and Central Vietnam.

Mì Quảng Thi
Address: 251 Hoàng Diệu, Nam Dương, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng 550000, Vietnam
Hours: Monday – Sunday 6am–1:29pm, 4–9pm

Next up we visit Bep Hen, a local family style multi-level Vietnamese restaurant with a rustic, tropical vibe and incredibly flavoured food. If you’re looking for where to eat in Da Nang, this is definitely a great Vietnamese restaurant to try out.

Bep Hen Restaurant
Address 47 Lê Hồng Phong, Phước Ninh, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng 550000, Vietnam
Hours: Monday – Sunday10am–2:30pm, 5–9:30pm

We had a fun time eating at a popular make-your-own-spring-roll dish at Bánh tráng thịt heo Xứ Quảng. Not only was it a joy to make and eat but they also had some herbs we’ve never seen in other stores like jungle brooch leaves which enhanced the flavour. Thanks to the guys at this local Vietnamese restaurant who helped schooled us on how to prep and eat this tasty fresh roll!

Bánh Tráng Thịt Heo Xứ Quảng
Address: 95 Trưng Nữ Vương, Bình Hiên, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng 550000
Opening Hours: 24 Hours

Da Nang is known as a popular destination for tourists and locals to get a bit of pampering done. So we decided to take a quick break from all the eating to visit Queen Spa and experience a unique hot bamboo Vietnamese massage. Queen Spa was a great place to get this traditional Vietnamese massage in Da Nang, as they were the first spa in Da Nang to offer this treatment. The staff were all friendly and professional and the hot bamboo massage was definitely a fantastic way to unwind.

Queen Spa
Address: 144 Phạm Cự Lượng, An Hải Bắc, Sơn Trà, Đà Nẵng
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 8:30AM–9PM

With our muscles relaxed it opened up space for more food so we get back to business with what turned out to be one of Yen’s favourite Vietnamese dishes of our whole trip so far – Bánh Xèo. Bánh Xèo are basically sizzling hot eggy crepes filled with shrimp, pork and veges that you dip in a salty shrimp paste sauce.

Bánh Xèo Bà Dưỡng
Address: 23 Hoàng Diệu, Phước Ninh, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng 550000, Vietnam
Hours: All Week 9am–9:30pm

For our final spot we order up a round of another famous noodle dish in Da Nang served with fish cakes called Bun Cha Ca from:

Bún Chả Cá Bà Phiến
Address: 63 Lê Hồng Phong, Phước Ninh, Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng 550000
Opening Hours: 24/7

We’re here in Vietnam for a month, so expect plenty more food and travel videos to come. Stay tuned! ?

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23 COMMENTS

  1. A lot more food videos on its way from Vietnam! This is only the start we have had so many amazing meals already and super excited to share them with you.

  2. You are suppose to eat the stewed egg and meat with rice as it is too much flavor to eat by itself. Thank you for the video.

  3. My mom was born and raised in Danang. That brown sauce that you dipped your rolls in is actually not shrimp paste but mắm nêm, which is made from fermented anchovies and pineapple.

  4. I have just watched your videos on your travels in vietnam. Thank you so much for your so informative vlogs. I so appreciate that you give the names of all you do, eg accomoodation, tours, restaurants and guides. I will definitely contact them when I am in Vietnam. So makes me wsant to go back now.

  5. Thank you for the details and address of those restaurants. Your video is worth saving into my folder of places to eat/visit. Thanks again.

  6. Whooo hooo you made it to one of our favorite cities in the world! Was good to see so many familiar places and we're missing the food like crazy now! Hahaha we got so many dishes wrong lol but the friendly locals are always happy to point you in the right direction. – Tash

  7. There's also a caramelized shrimp, that sometimes goes with the caramelized egg & pork. Since seafood is expensive, I guess they omit that.

  8. Wow great to see Dang nan and all the regional differences in the cuisine. Great dishes there. Lol on those massages we got a lot of those when we were there. U guys look like you are having a great time!???

  9. Banh xeo is amazing! I really love it. I'm sure you had cao lau in Hoi An too. That was my favourite new thing to eat in Vietnam.

  10. I'm so glad you finally made it to Vietnam! It's such an amazing country. The food and sights are incredible. Looking forward to the future Vietnam vlogs!

  11. Bamboo massage?! We're down! I like the idea of not ordering. Cool concept. We tried imitating those ground pork skewers at home. Sweet soup? Interesting.

  12. That second place looks awesome! The caramelized pork is a dream. First time hearing about Da Nang.You had us at high speed Internet too. Peter you've been schooled. Hahaha Google translator is THE best.

  13. What a cool dragon bridge! Very excited about this series. We would love to visit. Vietnamese food is so refreshing with all the herbs. Those noodles look bomb.

  14. Awwwwwwwwwwwwww.. Vietnammmmmmm!
    I am very jealous of you two, Sis Yen Bro Pet. I really want to go to Vietnam………just want to taste Vietnamese food there. Hiks hiks hiks hikssssss…

    Take care, Sis Brooooooo… 😀
    God always bless you both, wherever you are.

    Full watch as alway.. Hihihihiiii.. 😀

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