Delicious food in Da Lat for rainy day
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Bread with Meatballs – Hoang Dieu Street Corner and Tran Nhat Duat
This dish is probably one of the most typical specialties in Da Lat. Bread is always warmed up over a small coal brazier to keep its crunchy taste. A bowl of meatball soup includes some pieces of pork pie, meatballs, pig skin, cracklings and crunchy bread.
It’s the best to enjoy it with a cup of tofu milk.
– Meatball soup: 12.000 VND / each
– Bread: 2.000 VND / each
– Tofu milk: 6.000 VND / each
Beef Noodles – Cong Restaurant, 1 Phu Dong Thien Vuong Street
Cong restaurant is a popular restaurant for breakfast in Da Lat. A big bowl of beef noodle including noodles, beef, and a piece of pork pie leaves you a special and warm feeling in cold rainy days.
Having breakfast with beef noodle and a cup of tofu milk will provide you a huge amount of energy to climb up to the top of Lang Biang mountain.
Price: 35.000 VND / bowl
Grilled Rice Paper – 180 Bui Thi Xuan Street
A fully-mixed grilled rice paper includes eggs, a piece of cheese, a spoon of liver pate, air-dried beef and a touch of mayonnaise on top.
Price: 21.000 VND / each
Grilled Food – Wind Restaurant, Bui Thi Xuan Street
In this Korean style restaurant, grilled food is served with kimchi and fresh herbs. A bottle of the purple one hundred days’ wine, stir-fried morning glory with garlic, pork, and grilled satay squid are enough for two people to enjoy on a rainy night.
Snails stuffed with minced pork – 33 Hai Ba Trung Street
This famous dish is offered as a specialty at a long-run restaurant on Hai Ba Trung Street. Opposite from the humid and freezing weather outside, you will feel a warm, cozy vibe right when you get in the restaurant.
The spot of snails stuffed with minced pork is placed on the coal stove to keep warm. You will use two grafts of lemongrass to take the stuffed snail out, dip it into the ginger fish sauce and eat it together with herbs and starfruit.