Michelin Guide extends to Da Nang
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Michelin Guide extends to Da Nang

Michelin Guide extends to Da Nang
The Golden Bridge at Ba Na Hill in Da Nang, Vietnam. photo © 2022 Shutterstock

Michelin recently announced that the Michelin Guide has added Da Nang to its gourmet portfolio. Consequently, Da Nang has become the third Vietnamese city to have its gastronomic scene inspected by Michelin Guide, after Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh debuted last year.

Globally known as an acclaimed touristic destination, Da Nang is also a true heaven for food lovers. As a proud ambassador of Central Vietnamese cuisine, Da Nang has impressed Michelin Guide inspectors with quality and a variety of local specialities -- be it mì Quảng, bún chả cá or bánh xèo. Seafood restaurants, with an abundance of fresh or live marine creatures, as well as street food delicacies are not to be missed, and Michelin inspectors enjoyed sitting by the side of the road to enjoy culinary gems such as a bowl of congee with braised duck.

In addition to traditional specialties and eateries, Da Nang also offers a lively fine dining scene shaped by local chefs making the most of local produce as well as international chefs who have fallen in love with the city and brought to it their own tastes.

Like in all the destinations it covers, the Michelin Guide will present its Da Nang restaurant selection following its universal and historical methodology. Local restaurants are being assessed anonymously, collectively and independently by Michelin Guide inspectors following five criteria, all of which focus on the quality of food, quality of ingredients, mastery of cooking techniques, harmony of flavours, the personality of the food as well as consistency.

The 2024 restaurant selection of Michelin Guide Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh and Da Nang will be announced during one single ceremony, to be hosted in Ho Chi Minh in June (date to be announced).


photo courtesy of Michelin Guide

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