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Budget breakfast spots in Da Nang -2$

Da Nang – a coastal city in the central of Viet Nam, is usually known by international tourists as well as Vietnamese visitors as an ideal seafood heaven going hand in hand with a variety of delicious local foods. But it seems like many do not notice that when most tourists have breakfast at their hotels, nearly all locals eat out, and that breakfast paradise stretches from sidewalk eateries, humble local families’ restaurants to just simple make-shift sandwich vendors, etc is a true insight into what local foods would taste like for Danangers to begin a new day. But that inviting first meal of the day guarantees not to cost you more than 2$ if you go to where locals eat, no matter a bowl of famous Pho (beef noodle soup) or a bun of Banh my (Vietnamese sandwich).

Let’s take a look at all of the highlights we as locals could recommend you! Don’t hesitate to give them all at least a few tries for when you come and eat at these places, you also can immerse yourself in locals’ daily life pace, the vivid early morning ambiance filled with mouth-watering food fragrance.  

1. Bánh Mỳ- Budget breakfast spots in Da Nang -2$ 

The legendary Vietnamese sandwich

You must have heard of the sandwich named Banh My before, right? As even world-famous travel and culinary websites, magazines and popular food shows have been mentioning this humble-in-the-look but aw-amazing-in-the-taste piece of crusty bread with savory flavorful fillings so often when it comes to Vietnamese specialties. This is definitely something you would never like to miss during your trip here in our country. Da Nang has a few outstanding Banh Mi places for you! Come to try the “symphony of a sandwich” as Anthony Bourdain once claimed after trying his first bite of a Banh Mi in Hoi An, Viet Nam. Don’t hesitate for a mouthful of that “symphony” where all flavors of well-made mayonnaise, rich pate, sausages, savory thick minced pork and mushroom sauce, crunchy pickled veggies, fresh fragrant herbs bind so beautifully together.

Best Sandwich in the world hands down. The bread is crunchy, the meat is seasoned deliciously and quite generous with the greens. 

Where to try Banh My in Da Nang? 

  1. Bánh Mì Bà Lan 
  • Add: 62-64 Trung Nu Vuong, Hai Chau district, Danang
  • Opening time: 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Fixed price: 15,000 VND (can be extra 5,000 VND if you want more meat balls/ sausage)

     2. Bánh Mì Thịt Nướng Phước Nguyên

  • Add: 70 Triệu Nữ Vương St., Đà Nẵng. (BBQ pork Banh My)
  • Opening time: 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
  • Fixed price: 15,000 VND

     3. Banh Mi Ong Ty

  • Branch 1: 272 Hung Vuong, Hai Chau district, Danang
  • Branch 2: 189 Trung Nu Vuong, Hai Chau district, Danang
  • Branch 3: 184 Quang Trung, Hai Chau district, Danang
  • Opening time: 7AM – 10:30AM/ 3PM – 9PM

     4. Banh Mi Quynh Anh 

  • Add: 132 Phan Boi Chau, Hai Chau district, Danang
  • Opening time: 6AM – 10PM
  • Fixed price:  VND 15,000 – 20,000

2. Hủ Tiếu- Budget breakfast spots in Da Nang -2$ 

Pork and Shrimp Clear Noodle Soup

Hu Tieu though is known as a signature dish of the south, especially in Sai Gon with its origin traced back to the Chinese and the Cambodian residents there long ago. But you know what? That the taste of Hu Tieu in Da Nang can be more or less at the same level as its southern best places if you eat at the right local restaurants with special family recipes for generations.

It’s a bowl of translucent chewy noodle soup with rich stock varied from many-hours-stewed pork, beef, chicken bones, meatballs, wonton toppings or seafood, then served with some kinds of fresh aromatic herbs like celery, bok choy, cilantro, bean sprouts, centella, basil, etc and extra spices such as fish sauce, soya sauce, sate, chili sauce, black pepper, vinegar, and lemon. The best place we recommend to you below serves 2 versions of the dish: noodles already with hot broth poured in and blanched spiced noodles served alongside a bowl of hot broth. Those two ways of eating are with the same ingredients, just a quite different eating experience. Most people would prefer the 2nd one as they enjoy the crunchiness and a bit chewiness of the blanched noodles while sipping the hot flavorful broth in a separate bowl anytime they want.

For your information, Vietnamese Hu Tieu was chosen by Gorden Ramsay as at dish at Master Chef US 2013 (season 4 for the final 5 contestants) out of his passion for our country’s cuisine. Obviously Pho is a signature dish of Viet Nam in general, of Ha Noi in particular, then Hu Tieu deserves to be the 2nd Phở, but the southern-originated version.

–        Hủ Tiếu Mì – Mẫn Đen : 76 Hoàng Văn Thụ St., Đà Nẵng

–        Price: 35,000 – 50,000 VND

–        Open time: 7:00 AM – 12:30 PM and 2:00 PM – 10:00 PM

3. Quang Noodle – Budget breakfast spots in Da Nang -2$ 

From Da Nang moving southwards, you can find thousands of My Quang (rice noodles dish) eateries varied from street vendors’ to bigger indoor restaurants. My Quang is a specialty dish of both Quang Nam province and Da Nang city (as before 1997, the two were not separated from each other yet, still belong to the big Quang Nam-Da Nang province, but not so after that year). But among varieties of My Quang styles: with pork, shrimp and quail eggs; jellyfish, eel, frog, chicken, My Phu Chiem is one of the highlights for its simplicity and rustic recipe as it originated from a small village named Phu Chiem in Dien Phuong, Dien Ban district, Quang Nam, deep in the countryside part.

Where to try Quang  Noodle in Da Nang 
  1. Mỳ Phú Chiêm – Cô Cúc:
  • Add: 107 Nguyễn Thị Minh Khai St., Đà Nẵng.
  • Price: 20,000 VND
  • Opening time: 6:00 AM – 9:30 AM
  • Note: no restaurant name on board, just a sign is simply written the dish name as BANH CUON NONG

2. Mi Quang Ba Vi

  • Add:  106 Le Dinh Duong st.  in the city center. 
  • Price: 20,000 VND
  • Opening time: 6am – 11pm.

3. Vegetarian Mi Quang: “Quan Chay Thuy”

  • Add: 122 Hoáng Dieu in the city center.
  • Price: 20,000 VND- 30,000 VND
  • Open from 6am –  10:30pm.

4. Bánh Cuốn – Budget breakfast spots in Da Nang -2$ 

Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls

Apart from fried and fresh spring rolls that everyone must have already known, there is another very delicious type of rice rolls that is steamed, stuffed with wood-ear mushroom, carrot, served alongside with beef/pork sausage and sour-sweet dipping fish sauce, originated from the northern Viet Nam named Banh Cuon. It is a very popular breakfast dish not only in the capital city and other northern provinces, but also elsewhere along the S-shaped country nowadays. 

So you can also try it right here in Da Nang with just 1$ for such an interesting new dish. Banh Cuon would definitely diversify your breakfast menu while in Da Nang with a lighter amount of food, not brothy noodles again, and at the place recommended right here they served freshly-steamed thin, translucent rice paper sheets wrapping with its toppings only after you come in and order, so it’s still quite hot as its best-expected state. 

Where to try Banh Cuon in Da Nang 
  1. Bánh Cuốn nóng
  • Add: 58 Đống Đa St, Đà Nẵng.
  • Price: 20,000 VND
  • Opening time: 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM 

2. Bánh cuốn nóng Tiến Hưng

  • Add: 190 Trần Phú, Quận Hải Châu, Đà Nẵng
  • Price: 20.000 – 45.000 VND
  • Opening time: 6:00 AM – 9:30 PM

5. Bún Chả Cá- Budget breakfast spots in Da Nang -2$ 

Da Nang is famous for its seafood, so is its Steamed Fish Cake noodles soup. Does that name sound quite unfamiliar to you? It tastes amazing you know! The broth is stewed for at least a few hours using pork/chicken bones, pumpkin, cabbages, tomatoes, pineapples, dried bamboo shoots, etc for a distinctive savoriness. The noodle soup bowl is always filled with toppings, the tastiest part, of course, would be the fried and steamed marinated pieces of minced fish flesh (usually bronze featherback fish or mackerel), eating along with fresh aromatic mixed vegetables including bean sprouts, thinly sliced cabbage, fish mint, basil, lettuce, etc. And that combination with a bit thin chewy rice noodles costs only less than 1$!

Where to try Banh Cha ca in Da Nang 
  • Bún Chả Cá : 36 Hải Hồ, Đà Nẵng
  • Price: 15,000 VND
  • Opening time: 6:00 AM – 9:30 AM

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6. PHO Budget breakfast spots in Da Nang -2$ 

Vietnamese beef noodle soup

Pho is certainly not at all a strange dish to almost everyone around the world. Though this dish originated from Ha Noi, it is now can be found anywhere around the country and in other foreign nations where there are Vietnamese communities. If you start your morning way early and it is still quite chilly outside, a bowl of hot beef/chicken Pho cannot be better than a perfect choice.

Imagine sipping some savory broth which has been simmered for hours as the conscientious local cooks got up so early to prepare this delicacy for the earliest eaters, eating some fresh smooth steamed rice noodles, enjoying the crunchiness, freshness of blanched bean sprouts and great aroma of mixed essential herbs going alongside like basil, saw-tooth coriander, pickled green papaya slices, etc. The best seller version of Pho in Da Nang is always Pho Bo Tai which means Pho with meat parts including beef brisket, flank meat, and sliced rare steak.  

Where to try Pho in Da Nang 
  1. Phở Thìn 
  • Add: 60 Pasteur, Đà Nẵng
  • Price: 60,000 VND
  • Opening time: 6:30 AM – 8:30 PM

2. Phở Lan 

  • Add: 8 Ly Tu Trong St., Thach Thang, Hai Chau district, Da Nang
  • Price: 20.000 vnd – 50.000 vnd
  • Opening time: 6:00 AM – 9:30 PM

     3. Phở Quân

  • Add: 77 Hàm Nghi St.,  Thanh Khê district, Đà Nẵng
  • Price: 20.000 vnd – 50.000 vnd
  • Opening time: 6.00 AM – 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM – 11:00 PM 

     4. Phở Quân

  • Add: 126 Trần Cao Vân, Đà Nẵng
  • Price: 20.000 vnd – 50.000 vnd
  • Opening time: 10:30 AM – 10:30 PM

7. BÚN BÒ Budget breakfast spots in Da Nang -2$ 

Da Nang is just separate from Hue by the remarkable Hai Van pass. Why Hue – the former capital city of Viet Nam 1738 – 1945 is mentioned here? Because Da Nang as the closest neighbor to Hue also has Bun bo – a Hue’s signature beef rice vermicelli soup in their breakfast menu with a little change from the original version. Here in Da Nang, the pork and beef bone broth which also has been simmered for at least 4-5 hours is less spicy, lighter in the stock color and also quite different in taste compared to Bun Bo Hue as sometimes the cooks choose not to use fermented shrimp paste for spicing the soup.

 The rice vermicelli is also thinner in size, and a bit chewier. Essential herbs eaten with can be mixed of bean sprouts, basils, perilla, fish mint, lettuce, laksa mint, sliced brown onions, cabbage, pickled purple shallot, etc which help to boost the whole flavor to a greater level. You can have Bun bo with meat parts like thinly sliced beef blanched in boiling broth to make rare beef toppings, or pork knuckle, pork blood pudding chunks, pig’s trotter, etc according to your preference. You should try Bun Bo in Da Nang and Hue to make a comparison! They are just delicious in different ways, a little change in different localities’ recipes.

Where to try Bun Bo in Da Nang 
  1. Quán Bún Bà Diệu
  • Add: 17 Trần Tống St., Đà Nẵng  
  • Price: 40,000 VND
  • Opening time: 6:30 AM – 8:30 PM

2. Quán bún bò Bà Xin

  • Add: 14 Triệu Nữ Vương, quận Hải Châu, thành phố Đà Nẵng
  • Price: 20.000 vnd – 50.000 vnd
  • Opening time: 7:00 AM – 9:00 PM

     3. Bún bò Bà Thủy

  • Add: 218/4 Đống Đa, quận Hải Châu, thành phố Đà Nẵng
  • Price: 40,000 VND
  • Opening time: 2.00 PM – 8:30 PM

8. BÁNH BÈO-NẬM-LỌCBudget breakfast spots in Da Nang -2$ 

3 types of steamed savory rice pudding – rustic street foods that can be a refreshing breakfast choice

Again, you can find some other Hue-originated dishes in Da Nang like banh beo, banh nam, banh loc. Banh beo is steamed rice batter in small pottery bowls (so it has a round shape as a bowl-size bottom) with thick dark orange topping sauce mixed with stir-fried with minced pork, shredded dry shrimp, pumpkin, onion; deep-fried shallots, scallion leaves, and crushed roasted peanuts.

Banh nam is also made from rice flour, with toppings of stir-fried minced pork belly, wood ear mushroom, carrot, onion; all is wrapped in banana leaves then steamed. So Banh Nam has a rectangular shape with the green coat thanks to banana leave wrapper.

Banh bot loc is steamed rice and tapioca dough-covered dumplings with fillings of tiny river shrimp or minced boiled mung beans.

All of these 3 dishes are eaten with sour and sweet dipping fish sauce which is very light, slightly spicy with some finely chopped red chili, garlic, and some lemon juice.

This set of street food as breakfast sounds so interesting, doesn’t it? Here is one special address for your new discovery:  

  • Bánh Bèo Bà Huế : 329 Nguyễn Tri Phương, Đà Nẵng.
  • Opening time: 6:00 AM – 5:30 PM
  • Price: 2,000 VND/ 1 small bowl with savory toppings

9. BÁNH MÌ “ỐP LA- Budget breakfast spots in Da Nang -2$ 

A very familiar image of a busy street in Viet Nam filled with early eaters at the sideway vendors’ while their motorbikes parked around, sometimes even on the main roads, crowdedly, vividly and lively. The inviting smell of different kinds of cooked foods blend so well with the atmosphere in which strangers join with each other, share the same small tables, sit on small red plastic stools and also small talk while eating relaxingly or in a rush.

If you want to immerse in such a street corner having Banh mi op la, it’s time! It’s not so simple with just perfectly-fried egg eaten with Vietnamese sized bread. While eating, you will shred that crusty-on-the-outside, fluffy-on-the-inside bread and dip those pieces into the savory gravy sauce with some meatballs (shumai), well-braised beef chunks, sausages, pate, stewed potato cubes, chili sauce; all put in a small one person-serving-size pan. Did that appealing combination already make some foodie start to mouth-water for?

  • Cô Ba Ốp La: 142 Phan Thanh St., Đà Nẵng.
  • Price: 15,000 – 20,000 VND
  • Opening time: 6:00 AM – 9:30 AM

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