Dalat Specialities

Artichoke soup: Artichoke’s health benefits can be prevalently seen in this mountainous town. The heart of the Artichoke is boiled with shaved pork and onions all topped with a few sprigs of coriander to complete this delectable soup.

Fresh Fruit: The Central Highlands, known for its agriculture, produces the majority of Vietnam’s exotic fruits and vegetables. So why not get it straight from the source? The abundant fruit markets makes it an adventurous eater’s paradise.

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Long Hoa

This small bistro is a Dalat institution. The cosy dining room is often full and there is an extensive selection of quality Vietnamese fare on offer. Steamed, sautéed, fried or grilled, all are available, as well as soups and hotpots.

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Art Cafe

A quiet restaurant with a stocked bar and Dalat wine, Art Cafe has been serving a mix of Vietnamese and Western food for the past ten years. The house speciality is a clay hot pot with caramelised fish or pan-fried chicken with lemongrass and chili.

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