Popular Baguette Stalls


Baguettes, with their various fillings, are some of Viet Nam’s most popular street food items. There are many different kinds of baguettes including chicken, roasted and grilled pork, omelette, grilled pork pate, and ham. All across the country, street stalls can be found, each selling their own particular speciality.

Listed below are some of the most popular baguette stalls in Da Nang.

Banh My Ba Lan baguette stall

Thanks to Mrs Lan’s special ingredients, this stall is always crowded with buyers from opening to closing time. Her baguettes are filled with pate – ‘cha heo’ (grilled pork pate) and ‘cha bo’ (grilled beef pate) – then pieces of cold meat, mayonnaise made from raw eggs, basil, cilantro, thinly-sliced cucumber and green chilli.

  • Address: 62 Trung Nu Vuong Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City
  • Opening times: 16h30 to 23h00 daily

Banh My Ong Ty baguette stall

This stall is one of the oldest and most popular in the city. The baguettes from here are quite unique because they don’t contain any vegetables or herbs. They contain only ‘cha heo, ‘cha bo’, crushed red pepper flakes, and a little salt and pepper. This type of baguette is perfect for lovers of fresh ‘cha’ and spiciness.

  • Address: 272 Hung Vuong Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City
  • Opening times: 18h00 to 23h00 daily

Banh My Quynh Anh baguette stall

Although this stall opens later than others in the city, its baguettes are very popular with locals because of their special flavour. The baguettes are filled with such ingredients as thinly-sliced carrots, unripe papaya and cucumber, butter, pate, chilli sauce, and various meats.

  • Address: 132 Phan Chau Trinh Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City
  • Opening times: 06h00 to 23h00 daily

Tu Hai baguette stall

Despite its origins in Gia Lai Province’s Pleiku City, the Tu Hai baguette has become very popular with Da Nang’s residents because of its special ingredients and its amazing buttery flavour.

This type of baguette contains butter, pate, ham, chilli sauce, scallion, and thinly-sliced, unripe papaya. After the ingredients are put into the baguette, the seller will cook the bread in liquid butter in order to make it more sweet-smelling and crisp. It tastes best when it is still hot.

  • Address: 435 Nui Thanh Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City
  • Opening times: 08h00 to 09h00 and 14h00 to 22h00 daily

De Nhat baguette stall

Over the 3 years since opening in Da Nang, the De Nhat baguette stall has won the trust of local people. It sells around 1,000 baguettes every day, and the triangular bread is filled with grilled pork, fresh cucumber and herbs, and a little soya sauce.

  • Address 1: 39 Phan Dinh Phung Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City
    Address 2: 562 Trung Nu Vuong Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City
  • Opening times: 09h00 to 21h00 daily

Ba Chi’s ‘banh my ga’ stall

Unlike a normal baguette, the ‘banh my ga’ (small bread) is rounded in shape and filled with pulled chicken, thinly-sliced carrot, unripe papaya, mayonnaise made of raw eggs, pate, and chilli sauce. When eating this crispy, hot bread roll, you can enjoy the sweet and salty taste of the meat, the sourness of the carrot and unripe papaya, the spiciness of the chilli sauce, and the fattiness of the butter.

  • Address: At the intersection of Phan Dinh Phung and Phan Chau Trinh Street, Hai Chau District, Da Nang City
  • Opening times: 07h00 to 12h00 and 16h00 to 21h00 daily