NOM BISTRO DANANG

In ancient times Vietnamese made a living by growing rice and catching fish. During that time the “Nơm”, the fish basket was an important tool for a fisherman used for catching fish, prawns, and escargots from the river. In time “Nơm” became a symbol of the fishermen in Viet Nam.

Da Nang where the river meets the sea has evolved from a fishing village to the third largest city in Viet Nam. To pay homage to history, we created with modern architecture a giant “Nơm”; 12.4 meters tall facing the Han River.

Our menu consists of the freshest ingredients only, fish caught with the “Nơm”, organic salads and local herbs are selected to serve the finest traditional cuisine from the north to the south of Vietnam. Combined with creative cocktails and a great atmosphere this all day dining and entertainment venue is guaranteed to enchant.

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NOM BISTRO
Lo 01-A4, Khu biet thu Dao Xanh, Hoa Cuong Bac
Q. Hai Chau, Da Nang (next to Grand Mercure Hotel)
Telephone: 0236.379.99.44
Email: info@nombistro.com
nombistro.com

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