Who does not know the city of Da Nang? Da Nang is the central city in Vietnam and is the third-largest city after Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Da Nang has recently become a tourist destination for foreign tourists due to its natural beauty, especially its beaches. In Da Nang, there are many luxury resorts or hotels such as Mercure Danang French Village Bana Hills, for example. Not only luxurious, the hotel located at an altitude of 1,487 meters above sea level. If you are in Da Nang, Vietnam, you should stay at the Mercure hotel Danang French Village Bana Hills to make your vacation exciting and memorable.
Because it is near the ocean, Da Nang is known as one of the best marine products because of the quality and variety of fish it gets. Therefore, food in the city of Da Nang is quite attractive to the Vietnamese people. The hallmark of Vietnamese food is its traditional dishes made from fresh ingredients that contain lots of vegetables, make Vietnamese cuisine famous. The famous foods in Da Nang include Mi Quang, Bánh Xèo, Sữa Chua nếp cẩm, and many more.
Mi Quang itself is the number one food on the culinary list of Da Nang city. Mi Quang itself can be found anywhere, from good restaurants to roadside. Mi Quang consists of Vietnamese-style rice noodles with yellow sauce at the bottom of the bowl. Mi Quang topping is in the form of meat (can choose pork, beef, chicken, fish or shrimp), a lot of raw vegetables, and a sprinkling of fried peanuts. Mi Quang are complete if added crackers, cayenne pepper, and lime according to taste.
Besides Mi Quang, there also Bánh xèo. Bánh xèo is a kind of Vietnamese pancake made from a rice flour dough, water, turmeric, leeks, lard, shrimp, and bean sprouts. Because it contains pork, Bánh xèo is not a halal food and can only be consumed by non-Muslims. In Vietnamese, Bánh xèo, which is influenced by French, has the meaning of a sizzling cake because it sizzles when the pancake is fried. The difference between Bánh xèo and French pancakes is that Batán xèo dough does not use eggs, but only uses rice that is soaked and ground in water.
The last food to try is Sữa Chua nếp cẩm; this food is worth a try if you visit the city of Danang. Sữa Chua nếp cẩm is yogurt mixed with black sticky tape. The price of 1 glass of yogurt is 10,000 Dong. The popular Sữa Chua nếp cẩm kiosk in Da Nang is located on the street 67 Lý Thường Kiệt, about 20 minutes from downtown. If you are in Da Nang, don’t forget to taste the culinary and stay at the Mercure Danang French Village Bana Hills so that your vacation is complete and perfect.