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Posted By Robert On September 20, 2007 @ 11:24 am In Uncategorized | Comments Disabled

Danang lacks Hoi An’s sophisticated dining. Probably the most atmospheric spot is the stretch of new BEACHSIDE RESTAURANTS at My Khe Beach near the access road from Danang city. Otherwise there are a couple great local dives to try, and an expat bar.

Don’t leave Danang without trying the local specialty: mi quang, a tasty bowl of thick noodles served with pork, whole shrimp, mint, green onion and fish sauce. Mi Quang Quan 1A is a simple aluminum-table spot with the rep for Danang’s best version. It certainly sees plenty of local families pouring in for the US$0.70 dinner. Just sit and they’ll bring a bowl and a pitcher of tea.
1a Haiphong St, near Le Loi St

If you like your breakfasts hearty, you’re not alone. Danang is fond of a big plate of sizzling bo ne (US$1.10) to start the day. Bo ne is a cow-shaped cast-iron platter of beef served with grilled onions and tomatoes. It comes with a baguette and the thing is tobacco-spitting good. Tables spill onto the sidewalk from the bare-bone dive. It’s busy in the AM, but keeps it going all day.
95 Nguyen Chi Thanh St, at Hung Vuong St, two blocks south of Le Duan St

The name’s a little lame, and so is the spot to be honest, but this Western-oriented bar is used to the English getting spoken, and is something of an ex-pat hangout. There’s food, but most come for the beer.
112 Tran Phu St at Hung Vuong St, two blocks south of Le Duan St

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