Huong Khach – a savory vegetarian restaurant in Da Nang
- Phone: 0934 905 384
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- 08:00 - 21:00
- Staff: Vietnamese
- Menu: Vietnamese
- Cash in: Vietnam Dong
106 Hoang Dieu street, Hai Chau district, Da Nang city
Good location and massive selection of food
For the most part, the restaurant enhances the rich culinary tradition with the presence of meat. Huong Khach – savory Da Nang vegetarian restaurant caters the small percent of the vegetarian. It possesses the convenient location on the heart of the city, on Hoang Dieu street. In other words, it seems one of the boisterous roads that are never free of vehicles and the crowd.
Additionally, there are tons of amenities as well as shop houses, etc., in the nearby vicinity. Such a favorably geographical feature that can you easily grab in a few minutes. However, just be aware of this spot as this is one-way street, or you have to take more time to turn back.
Come to think of it décor, this savory Da Nang vegetarian restaurant provides a bright, spacious atmosphere. The setting embraces the sense of simplicity from chairs, tables and major green color. When enter through the threshold, you can soak yourself up in the slightly green from tables to wall fringe. Whilst the green color occupies the downstairs, the upstairs has the major white color.
On the top of that, Huong Khach is one of the savory Da Nang vegetarian restaurant attracts a huge number of clientele, mainly the locals. On the special occasions, this place is a go-to spot for Buddhist monks congregating. When visit here, the animal-free are able to indulge in the enormous choices of foods. The list ranges from the boiled dish, soup to stir fried dish, or hot pot.
Moreover, the menu serves the indigenous cuisine on the affordable price from 25,000 VND to 45,000 VND per dish. On 1st and 15th every month according to the lunar calendar, the locals have a habit of eating the vegetarian food. As a consequence, there is huge number of clientele including the locals and Buddhist monks congregating here.