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Thuy

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122 Hoang Dieu, Da Nang, Vietnam,

Quan Chay (meaning vegetarian restaurant) Thuy is open daily for all meals with broad selection of traditional rice and noodle dishes, veggies, mock meats, soups, cakes and pastry wraps. located at 25 meters south of 3-way intersection at Le Hong Phong. Open Mon-Sun 6:00am-10:30pm.

Category: Vegan, Fast food, Take-out, Vietnamese

Reviews (13)

First Review by veganinjapan

MASSIVE portions! - Edit

Ate here couple days in a row. Big hearty portions. About 20k per dish/plate with a selection of drinks available as well. Pretty central location. Near the 3 way intersection at Nguyen Van Linh street and Hoang Dieu. Lots of staff. I was approached by many lottery ticket vendors which may get annoying if you don't like that. Pretty busy street as well. The place is quite spacious and popular with locals.
A cool but unexpected surprise was that they have WiFi and electricity outlets at all tables.



Updated from previous review on 2016-12-07

Pros: Centrally located , Wi-Fi , Electricity outlets at tables

Cons: Busy street, Lots of vendors


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Great food - Edit

We have been here once, and the food is really good! We got the banh beo, bao, pho, and noodles. All were very good! The staff does not speak English but there is an English translation on the menu. The staff is not very friendly, but it was really crowded, so I'm not sure if it was a one off thing.
Updated from previous review on Monday May 23, 2016

Pros: Food, Price, English translation on menu


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Decent, cheap - Edit

The menu is only two pages long so not that much choice but it's pretty good and cheap. I had a vegetarian roast chicken which would be five stars by itself but unfortunately it only comes with plain rice and no sauce or anything, so I ended up with half of the rice still left when the chicken was gone. The noodle dishes are nice but nothing too special. I'd recommend the Cao Lau.

The waitress on both days we went seemed quite emotionless which doesn't bother me but makes you think she doesn't enjoy working there.


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The Best Vegan Food in DaNang - Edit

The food here is amazing! I ate there 4 days in a row. The pho is fabulous. The curry is mildly spiced and complex. The portions are hearty. Everything is super fresh. They have an extensive menu with English translations (not a lot of English speakers working there). The prices are beyond reasonable and it's easy to find. What more could you ask for?!

Pros: excellent food, excellent value, hearty portions

Cons: none!


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Excellent Food in a Pleasant Setting - Edit

I was delighted to find Quán Chay Thúy in central Da Nang. A pleasant, clean setting and friendly staff made for an agreeable atmosphere, and the food was a delightful combination of fresh, diverse, and delicious. I tried several noodle dishes and thoroughly enjoyed each one's distinct blend of flavors and faux meats. Prices are very affordable, and I came away very satisfied and happy to have found a new favorite.

Pros: delicious food, clean, friendly atmosphere, prompt, polite staff

Cons: some road noise


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Delicious and inexpensive! - Edit

Delicious vegan food, a wide array of options. Incredibly inexpensive, too! Easy to find with helpful and kind English speaking staff. No English menu, but simply go with the staff recommendations!


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