Da Nang Quan is a full service restaurant that offers authentic Vietnamese style rice dishes and noodle soups. This restaurant specializes in cuisine that originated in the city of Hue, which is the ancient capital located in central Vietnam.
Da Nang Quan is well lit and clean, and it has beautiful high ceilings. There is a television mounted to the wall on the left hand side when entering the building; you can ask the server to turn on the local sports game so that you can keep score while you dine. Servers are prompt and friendly. They are happy to answer questions and make suggestions.
Start off your experience with one of their delicious appetizers such as the bahn xeo or shrimp spring rolls. The spring rolls come with a delicious peanut dipping sauce. They also offer banh beo, which is a special Vietnamese steamed rice cake with a savory filling. Hot tea is offered upon request. They serve it to you in a small kettle, allowing you to refill at your leisure. Their beverage menu includes drinks such as salty lemonade, Vietnamese iced coffee, and hot or iced soybean milk.
Da Nang Quan has many noodle soup offerings including vermicelli rice noodle soups and Pho. Their most popular soup is the Bun bo Hue, a rice noodle soup with a spicy broth that includes beef, pork, pork balls, and pork blood. In typical noodle soup fashion, the large bowl includes a side of garnishes including bean sprouts, shredded cabbage, jalapenos, lime, and Thai basil. Dress up your soup to your taste. Their rice plates come with large portions, and all entrees are perfectly seasoned. Their fried pork chop with a fried egg and lemongrass chicken are two local favorites. Utensils are located at the corner of your table next to the condiments.
They accept both cash and credit card. This area gets busy in the afternoon, especially during school hours, and parking fills up quickly. In the mornings and evenings, you can usually find parking on 5th or 6th Avenue. There is also a Ford bike station two blocks away.