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Enjoy Traditional Specialties of Sơn Trà

Content: People who visit the coastal city of Da Nang in Vietnam are in for a treat – the city is home to some of the best traditional cuisine in the region. A highlight of this traditional flavorsome cuisine is Sơn Trà – a specialty of the area.

Sơn Trà is a delicacy that has been part of the local population for centuries. It is known as a specialty of the seaside city, taking advantage of the local abundance of seafood, often found in markets in the area. The dish is a combination of different local ingredients, such as đặc biệt chấm (dried shrimp paste), củ cải nướng (grilled bitter melon), and mắm tôm (shrimp paste). The combination of these ingredients is what gives the dish its unique flavor.

Another popular component of Sơn Trà is the fish sauce made with fermented anchovies. This is what gives it its salty and tangy flavor, and it is also a favorite condiment of the locals. This fish sauce is used in many dishes, such as noodle dishes, and it can be served as is or mixed with garlic, chilli, and a few drops of lime.

There are a number of ways to enjoy Sơn Trà, from hotpots to steaming bowls of noodle soup. The traditional way is to serve it in a wok, cooking the noodles and seafood until they are just done. It is traditionally served with vegetables such as greens and bean sprouts – the combination of flavors and textures is what makes this dish truly unique.

For those who are looking for a true taste of Da Nang, Sơn Trà is the perfect dish. It is a great way to experience the flavors and culture of a city that has been part of the local population for centuries. If you are in Da Nang, don’t forget to visit and enjoy this traditional dish.

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