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Da Nang has a reputation as a food haven amongst the Vietnamese, particularly for sumptuous seafood, but it is not easy for foreign tourists to find restaurants themselves. We will let you in on the secret on this tour where you will get to sample a sumptuous selection of Da Nang’s best culinary treats.
Take a ride to Con Market - the largest wholesale and retail venue in the central region, with over 2,000 traders operating there.
Highly recommended local specialties are Mi Quang (“rice flour noodle, mixed with shrimp, pork, vegetables, and topped with grilled rice paper”), a flavorful mix of meat, prawns, turmeric noodles and vegetables infused in thick broth and sprinkled with tasty toppings; Banh Xeo (“rice flour, bean sprouts, shrimp and slices of pork, and herbs accompanied by a special Da Nang dipping sauce”) or Da Nang’s version of a Northern favorite - Bun Cha Ca (“grilled fish rice noodles”), fish cake, herbs and noodles in a fruity fragrant broth. Absolutely not to be missed is a taste of the unique sweet soups of Da Nang, which include ingredients such as lotus seed and peas, mixed together. The cooking methods of these sweet treats have been perfected over many generations; you certainly will not forget the taste of sweet soup here.
We will ride on to Da Nang’s most famous seafood street, which is not far from the stunning My Khe Beach. Find out what all the fuss is about by digging into a delicious selection of fresh shellfish dishes, which are perfectly completed by a beer.
Caution: Foreigners are not allowed to drive a motorbike in Vietnam unless you have a Vietnamese driving license.
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