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Lien Hoa – a yummy vegan restaurant in Da Nang

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Contact information

  • Phone: 0906 201 912
  • Email: marketing@lodyhelp.com
  • Website: https://www.facebook.com/Quán-chay-liên-hoa-đà-nẵng-336676360068156/

Open time

  • 07:00 - 21:00

Language

  • Staff: Vietnamese
  • Menu: Vietnamese

Payment

  • Cash in: Vietnam Dong

Location

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49 Le Hong Phong street, Hai Chau district, Da Nang city


Description

A good vegan restaurant for everyone in Da Nang

Lien Hoa caters the small percentage of vegan and vegetarian in Da Nang. This hidden gem sets on amid the chaos of city, which is besieged around by tons of shop houses, coffee shops, etc,. in the vicinity. You can catch it just a few minutes walking from the junction of Phan Chau Trinh and Le Hong Phong street.

Thanks to the vividly distinctive orange outlook, it will catch your attention while loitering on the street. Turning to its interior décor, it’s rather simple with white walls and some fans hanging on the wall. Additionally, the length of space can provides the capacity of 60 seats and over 15 seats in the frontage. Specifically, the setting featuring the bamboo chairs and tables lends it an idyllic ambience. Notably, there is a wastebasket under each table where they can throw the tissues, etc. And with the aid of frequently cleaning staff, this vegan restaurant in Da Nang is clean at all times.

Add to its attraction is the modest good-quality menu that embrace the combination of delectable taste and healthy ingredients. In particular, the food lists occupies mostly local food such as: fried noodles, Quang noodles, spring rolls, hot pot, etc. There is nothing better than a hotpot in the cold days throughout the winter which warm up our stomach. Moreover, Lien Hoa is also a good vegan restaurant in Da Nang to Buddhist monks congregating on the special occasions.

To enjoy meal in here, it just costs 20,000 VND to 40,000 VND per a dish. It must be value for your money as its yummy taste. Furthermore, this is a favorite spot for its clientele, mainly the locals. Generally, on the 1st and 15th lunar calendar, the indigenous people have a habit of eating vegetarian. As a result, it’s virtually hard to find an empty seat here.


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