Com Hue Ngon is a prominent local haunt in Da Nang City Centre, serving an array of authentic Vietnamese BBQ dishes at affordable prices. This fuss-free restaurant is fitted with minimal décor, and low wooden furnishings as well as a small stove set next every table, where you can grill your choice of marinated meat or seafood according to your preference.
Portions served are also relatively small for western standards, allowing diners to enjoy a variety of dishes. The staff may not be fluent in English, but service is very quick and friendly with English-written menus provided for foreign tourists. Some of the must-tries at Quan Com Hue Ngon include the barbecued octopus (VND 49,000), squid in stone (VND 59,000), and barbecued pork (VND 49,000), all of which are served with a generous platter of fresh lettuce and dipping sauces.
If you’re an adventurous diner, try the barbecued frogs (VND 49,000), fried pork tails with fish sauce (VND 59,000), and mixed cow tendon (VND 29,000). Set along Tran Quoc Toan Street, Quan Com Hue Ngon is a short five-minute walk from Da Nang Cathedral. While the restaurant is fitted with several ceiling fans, we highly recommend sitting close to the entrance as the place can get very smoky and crowded during peak hours.