Con market is the place to go if you fancy getting your chops around real Vietnamese street food in Danang with authentic taste of Middle Vietnam.
Pha lau is an exotic Vietnamese dish filled with pork or beef intestines and cooked with herbs and spices similar to a curry but not like spicy stew. This dish is usually served with bread. Huong’s shop at the entrance charges VND20,000 (less than $1) a bowl.
A bowl of thick rice noodle soup with fish cakes at the market costs VND30,000, and VND60,000 if you want to add flower crab.
This is a special salad made of fresh jack-fruit mixed with pork skin, roasted peanuts, fried onions, aromatic leaves and chili. It can easy be found in many stand store around the market. Each portion costs VND10,000-20,000
Steamed snails with lemongrass in coconut juice is among the top choices on the menu, and costs just VND30,000 a portion
Steamed Rice Cake
Banh ram it is an odd yet tasty combination of a stickiness and crunchiness. Each stand also serves steamed rice rolls with pork. Both taste best with extra fish sauce, and cost only VND20,000 a plate.
Fermented noodle soup
This carries the typical central Vietnamese taste: spicy. The broth is prepared with fermented fish sauce, and extra chili adds to the warming feeling in your belly. A bowl with roasted pork costs VND20,000.
Sweet Soup Dessert
A sweet bowl costing VND5,000 actually has everything, just not banana. Enjoy taro, sweet potato, jelly cubes and cassava strips, all mixed together in coconut juice.0