Best restaurants in Da Nang Vietnam

Where to eat in Da Nang, Vietnam? The Central Vietnam metropolis has many excellent dining options in upscale Da Nang restaurants.

Da Nang perfectly combines nature, culture, people, and food and is in the central region of Vietnam. This city has easy access to other parts of the country, long beaches, and mountains. Da Nang’s cuisine is dynamic yet delicious, influenced by both northern and southern cooking, with a touch of the sea. Here are some Da Nang restaurants where you can truly experience this.

La Maison 1888

La Maison 1888, named the world’s leading fine dining hotel restaurant by the World Travel Awards, is Da Nang’s most expensive restaurant, if not all of Vietnam. In the opulent InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, this restaurant is the first in Vietnam to have a three-Michelin-starred French chef, Pierre Gagnaire, at the helm.

Chef Pierre Gagnaire takes care of each dish. Photo by La Maison 1888

The legendary Pierre Gagnaire’s dishes dazzle with unexpected juxtapositions of textures and flavors. Local ingredients form the foundation of a menu that includes pho Marin and duck egg, a quenelle of langoustine from the Mekong Delta, and mango and passion fruit Battenberg.

The restaurant requires reservations in advance and has a dress code. While less expensive by Western standards, La Maison is significantly more costly than the average Da Nang restaurant.

  • Address: InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, Bai Bac, Son Tra Peninsula
  • Price range: Average price per person is 185 USD
  • Opening hours: 6:30 am–9:00 pm from Wednesday to Monday.
  • Phone: +84 236 393 8888
  • Pro tip: Consider having lunch instead of dinner if you’re on a tight budget. Although the price is lower, the experience is spectacular.

Fatfish Restaurant & Lounge Bar

Fatfish is one of several restaurants along the Han River that offers a magnificent view of the Dragon Bridge on weekends. This restaurant serves a variety of Asian and Italian classics, French, and dishes from the sunny and windy Mediterranean region.

A set meal at Fatfish Restaurant & Lounge Bar. Photo by Fatfish Restaurant & Lounge Bar - Da Nang

Pasteur Street Brewing Company’s flavor-packed craft beers pair with innovative Asian fusion dishes, pizza, and wood-fired barbecue. Fatfish is suitable for a few snacks or a full leisurely meal. Fatfish is an excellent choice for a western-style, riverside splurge meal at a reasonable price.

  • Address: 439 Tran Hung Dao street, An Hai Trung, Son Tra District
  • Phone: 02363.945.707
  • Opening hours: 10 am – 11 pm
  • Price: meals 5 - 14 USD
  • Pro tip: There’s a Baskin Robbins right down the street if you get hungry after your meal. This may not seem noteworthy, but if you’ve been in Vietnam for a while, there’s nothing like a Rocky Road cone to cap off the evening.

Le Bambino

Le Bambino Da Nang, which opened in 2003, is ideal for escaping the bustling streets without leaving Da Nang. This atmospheric restaurant is a 10-minute walk from Han Market and is divided into two indoor dining areas (smoking and non-smoking) and a swimming pool patio.

A meal at Le Bambino Da Nang. Photo by @nguyen33333

Fresh seafood, homemade pasta, salads, and prime cuts imported from New Zealand and Australia are on the menu. Signature dishes at Le Bambino Da Nang include foie gras pate with toast bread, Black Angus ribeye steak, and duck leg confit.

  • Address: 122/11 Quang Trung Street, Hai Chau District
  • Phone: 0236-389 6386
  • Opening hours: 11:30 am - 13:30 pm & 16:00 pm - 22:00 pm from Monday to Saturday, Sunday is 16:00 pm - 22:00 pm
  • Price: meals 6 - 18 USD

Nom Bistro

Nom Bistro, which faces the Han River, is a high-end restaurant that serves excellent Vietnamese cuisine in a beautiful setting. This is not a restaurant you would visit regularly. If you want to treat yourself or someone else, or if you’re going to celebrate something, come here.

A set meal served by Nom Bistro. Photo by Quán Ngon Đà Thành

From the outside, Nom Bistro appears to be very interesting. The structure resembles a “nom,” a straw-woven basket used to catch fish and other small underwater creatures, paying homage to how many Vietnamese in Da Nang used to make a living. The food, like the great structure, does not disappoint. All dishes are prepared with fresh ingredients, and the menu ranges from traditional favorites to those with a unique, foreign twist. Try the salad with soft shell crab and jackfruit. You should also try the bamboo chicken and Nom’s crispy chili beef.

  • Address: Lot 01-A4 Zone of the Villas of Green Island, Hai Chau District
  • Opening hours: 7 am – 11 pm
  • Price range: 4–17 USD

Red Sky Bar & Restaurant

Red Sky Bar & Restaurant was one of the first restaurants in Da Nang to cater to ex-pats, opening in 2010. The restaurant’s tasty menu, which includes Western dishes at reasonable prices, has made it famous for over a decade. Almost all visitors recommend it as a must-try restaurant in Da Nang and praise the food, particularly the steak.

Space at Red Sky Bar & Restaurant. Photo by Red Sky Steakhouse

Most foreign visitors agree that Red Sky Bar & Restaurant has the best steaks in town. Other dishes are also tasty, fresh, and beautifully presented, providing guests with unforgettable culinary experiences. The restaurant has a bar where guests can sample various imported wines and extraordinary beverages.

  • Address: 248 Tran Phu Street, Da Nang City
  • Phone: +84 236 3894895
  • Opening hours: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
  • Price reference: 4 - 42 USD

Limoncello Restaurant

Limoncello Italian Restaurant Danang is at 187 Tran Phu Street, between the Han Bridge and the Dragon Bridge. Filippo and Valeria, an amiable Italian couple, run the restaurant, which opened in August 2014. Limoncello is conveniently in a welcoming environment.

The entrance to Limoncello Restaurant. Photo by hoangviettravel

Come to Limoncello for authentic Italian cuisine and the best service in Da Nang. A taste of Italy in the heart of an Asian city, complete with pasta and pizza, is a true treat. Limoncello’s wine enhances the flavor of a meal and creates a welcoming atmosphere at the table, transforming a simple meal into an enjoyable, authentic Italian experience.

  • Address: 187 Tran Phu, Phuoc Ninh, Thanh Khe
  • Phone: +84 236 356 10 64
  • Opening hours: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm and 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
  • Price range: 4 - 18 USD

Madame Lan

Madame Lan Restaurant, next to the romantic Han River, is known as a “miniature Hoi An” in the heart of Da Nang. Madame Lan’s architectural style and romantic space will make you feel at ease whenever you visit. Madame Lan brings diverse dishes from all three regions of the country to the area of Vietnamese identity. Madame Lan will be the location for you to have an unforgettable experience.

A set meal at Madame Lan. Photo by Nhà hàng Madame Lân

You can eat in an open courtyard or one of the river-facing dining rooms at this massive restaurant in a French colonial-style building. Bun cha cua (crab sausage noodle soup), hu tieu bo kho (vermicelli with stewed beef), bun cha (vermicelli with pork), squid with chili and salt, and green papaya salad with shrimp and garlic are among the tempting options on the menu.

  • Address: 4 Bach Dang, Thach Thang Ward, Hai Chau District
  • Phone: 0236 3616 226
  • Opening hours: 6:30 am – 9:30 pm daily
  • Price: meals 3 - 11 USD

Roots Plant-based Cafe - Healthy Vegan Restaurant

Vegetarian and vegan diners will have a simple time in Da Nang once they discover Roots, a plant-based cafe. Roots, near the beach, serves healthy foods free of meat and other additives.

Healthy and delicious feasts at Roots. Photo provided by Roots Plant-based Cafe.

The Roots’ space is minimalistic and has comfortable outdoor seating, making it appealing to western travelers. The Cafe offers heartier fare, such as falafel bowls, meat-free burgers, smoothie bowls, and cold-press juices.

  • Address: 1 An Thuong 32, Bac My Phu, Ngu Hanh Son
  • Phone: 0865528252
  • Opening hours: 8:00 am – 10:45 pm daily
  • Pro tip: Besides food, you can buy eco-friendly household items at Roots.

Unlike in other cities, the popularity of food is not limited to shopping malls. If you want to experience the flavor of Da Nang, you must go to the streets, where the culture shines brightly and serves dishes. You can find it nowhere else. So, don’t wait any longer; book a trip to Vietnam and enjoy some delectable cuisines at these Da Nang restaurants.