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What to eat at Han market- Da Nang

Han Market-  Food Paradise For Travelers when coming to Da Nang 

1. Banh Canh – What to Eat At Han Market

Banh Canh is considered one of Da Nang’s famous dishes which is favored by many local and foreign alike diners. You could find nowhere else to try this tasty tapioca noodle soup rather than Han Market with the very good price offered and cooks with many years of experience. The banh canh here is highlighted with its irresistible savoriness of pig bone broth, tenderness of the tapioca noodles boiled at the right level, the spiciness of chili, and slight fragrance of finely chopped shallot leaves. The rich-flavored stock which has been cooked for hours before being taken to the market for serving eaters is also skewed with fried or steamed fish cake pieces and local herbs like laksa mints and sliced brown onions.  There are quite a few good Banh Canh eateries here for you to choose from.

2. Quảng noodles – What to Eat at Han Market in Danang

We all know that Da Nang is well known for its Quang noodles – the old local specialty dish that dates back to more than 300 years ago. That is why not only locals eat this noodle nearly every day, tourists also would love to try how delicious it would taste like at Han market – one of the two biggest local markets in Da Nang city center. The price cannot be any cheaper, only from 15,000 VND you can enjoy a big bowl of this scrumptious noodles. Madam Nhung’s small eatery inside the market food court is the most recommended as her Quang noodle is one of the best sellers here with its perfect authentic flavor.

3. Nem lui and Bo nuong la lot – What to Eat at Han Market in Danang

Nem lui- (Grilled ground beef skewers and BBQ minced beef rolled in betel leaves). We bet that you would find it so hard to resist the aroma of this mouth-watering grilled dish. It’s time to fill up your stomach with something new on your menu today! These two dishes attract many foodies, especially tourists as they tend to be appealed by the inviting smell of grilled lemongrass and local herbs. Those hot, fresh skewers and BBQ beef chunks are arranged perfectly, invitingly right in front of the kitchens in the market would definitely make you feel excited instantly and just eager to enjoy some of them dipping in the amazing peanut and soybean sauce immediately.

4. Oc hut (Spicy escargots) – What to Eat At Han Market in Danang

While Ho Chi Minh City in the south is famous for an enormous variety of snail dishes, Da Nang has its Ốc hút as the best snack dish above all (the name literally means sucking snails as the pointed end of its shell is cut off to make a small hole for the meat inside to absorb spices while being cooked and easier for eaters to suck the meat out using their mouth or a toothpick if some snails are too hard to suck out) especially famous in Han market. The recipe for this dish in the Han market is different from other cities and provinces as beside snails, there are other yummy ingredients such as grated or sliced fresh coconut, grated green papaya, young mango, unripe bitter banana, spicy fish sauce, and local herbs. You can have this dish all year round, any time as it’s not seasonal. It costs only around 15,000 – 20,000 VND / 1 dish, so inexpensive for such a tempting dish.

5. Banh Beo – What to Eat at Han Market in Da Nang

Banh Beo (savory steamed rice cake with pork and shrimp topping) has real fame among the top-loved-and-consumed snack or breakfast dishes in Han market. You should never miss this chance to try some of these tiny pieces of flavorsome steamed rice cakes. Let us provide a clearer description for you about it: Banh Beo is a specialty dish in the Central Viet Nam, originally from Hue – the former capital city in the past, made from steamed rice flour poured into small pottery bowls, topped on with a thick sauce consisting of ground fat and lean pork, shredded shrimp, sticky rice flour, pumpkin, onion; and when you eat it on-site, there will be deep-fried shallot. crushed roasted peanuts and sour-sweet fish sauce added for more flavors). For sure this small delicacy will wake your tummy up!

6. Banh xeo (Vietnamese rice pancake) – What to Eat at Han Market in Danang

When it comes to Banh Xeo in Han market, there should not be any hesitation shown as it is going to be totally worth to try it just once you come there. It is said that the pancake at this market is as good as ones served at big restaurants in the city center, even more, special with its own unique flavors by different cooks. Again, nearly all types of cooked foods in the Han market’s food court are reasonably cheap. So Banh Xeo price is not an exception. You can eat till getting very full, without worrying about too high cost.

7. Sam Bo Luong sweet soup – What to Eat in Han Market

When you finish with a series of dishes above, it’s time for this dessert dish.  Sweet ginseng and bean soup is the best seller sweet treat here in this market.    In one glass of Sam bo luong, you can find all indispensable ingredients including bobo seeds, thinly sliced seaweed, longan fruit, ginkgo, lotus seeds, tapioca and of course ginseng as the highlight. How does that sound to you, the ingredients I mean

8. Han market smoothie – What to eat at Da Nang market

You will set a question right now, why smoothie here while you can find it anywhere else, right? But the main reason that many local shoppers come to the market would have some smoothie after all the shopping with their choice of which fruit types they want is that right at the market, a great variety of fresh, good fruits are sold every day, they can find nowhere else the smoothie would taste nicer and fresher. So if you are already here, try it so that you can recommend to your friends as well if you like it.

Han market is situated at an ideal location in the city center with all possible choices of shopping and dining. For its size and the diversity of goods, the bustling crowd of locals and tourists every day, the market can somehow make you feel like being lost in the middle of exciting shopping heaven. Therefore, you should not forget to put such a place in your travel itinerary in Da Nang. With the above-detailed food recommendations, we hope you will have a satisfied, inexpensive shopping experience at Han market. 

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