Rice paper is served at all sorts of meals, whether alongside a fresh bowl of my quang noodles, a steaming hot pot, or a grill full of meat with a table of beer. It’s a staple of Vietnamese cuisine and Tuy Loan is widely said to make the best in the country.
The ancient village sits just 15 km to the southwest of Da Nang. Here, the locals practice traditional methods, ladling a mixture into a sheet over a fire and spreading the thin crackers to heat before they dry them on thatched racks in the sun.
Address: Group 6, Tuy Loan, Hoa Phong Commune, Hoa Vang District
0511 378 2208, 091 362 1827
Address: Mrs. Tinh (Bà Tỉnh)- Phu Hoa 2, Hoa Nhon Commune, Hoa Vang District
0511 378 8181, 090 524 1706
Take the bus labeled Da Nang – Ai Nghia to 242 Truong Son Street (National Highway 14) and then get a motorbike taxi. However, riding motorbike there is recommended.
Usually rice paper will be made every three or four days, so call first to make sure that they are cooking that day.