See where the locals get their fresh fish, meat, fruit veggies for the day. You'll also have a chance to interact with (and probably get heckled by) some of the vendors, which is always a good time.
What we eat is ultimately up to you, but as we're in Asia, it will most likely some form of rice or noodles. The safest choice is shredeed chicken with sticky rice and tangy chili jam. Or try a sort of 'noodle salad' dish that you can only find in Central Vietnam. For the brave ones (and my personal favorite), try dry noodles with roasted pork, topped with a stinky-but-delicious dark fish sauce.
In Vietnam, the coffee shop is hub for all commercial and social activity. You can see people making deals, avoiding their boss, or doing the quintessential first date routine. Oh, and the coffee is to die for.
End the tour by having a light snack, like coconut jelly or sweet bean soup.
Pick a date and time that works for you, and Shaun will get back to you.
ABOUT THE HOST
I'm been living in Da Nang, Vietnam since 2009. Da Nang is Vietnam's fastest-growing city, and I've seen lots of changes over the years, from a handful of expats to thousands, 2 resorts to 20 km worth, and 1 bar spawning a whole bar-lined river-walk.
I've always had a passion for finding and sharing the best food spots, and last year I decided to turn my passion into a little business. I do food tours of local street food here in Da Nang. I've also done several bike trips throughout Vietanm, m...