|Mì Quảng tôm thịt trứng – Mi Quang with pork and shrimp|
If you want the truly original dish of Danang, this must be it. “Mì” means noodles and “Quảng” here stands for the province Quang Nam. Well, before you get confused, Danang used to be a part of Quang Nam in the past (called “Quang Nam – Da Nang” province) until 1997 when...
|Crab with sour and sweet tamarind sauce – Cua rang me|
|“Gai” snail – Oc gai|
|“Chip chip” stir-fried with garlic – Chip chip xao toi|
|Steamed clam with lemongrass and other herbs – Ngheu hap|
Bánh xèo (literally “sizzling cake”) are Vietnamese savoury pancakes made out of rice flour, water, turmeric powder, stuffed with slivers of fatty pork, shrimp, and bean sprouts and then pan fried. Traditionally, they are served wrapped in mustard leaf, lettuce leaves, and stuffed with mint leaves, basil, fish leaf and/or other herbs, and dipped in a prepared nước mắm called nuoc cham (Vietnamese fish sauce thinned with water and lemon). In...