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Why Bread Of Life is special ?
Located in Da Nang, Vietnam, Bread of Life has been serving quality food since 2005. You will find a great place to enjoy a delicious Western meal while also helping support the local Deaf community. What started out as a bakery and coffeehouse has now grown to become the #1 ranked restaurant in Da Nang (Tripadvisor 2012).
The main purpose of this project is to improve the situation for the Deaf in Central Vietnam. Their mission is to provide the Deaf with opportunities, training and employment. The Deaf make all items and the bread fresh from their bakery. All profits generated at BOL support Deaf projects.
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How to get to Bread Of Life?
Bread Of Life is located on Dong Da Street, which can be accessible by taxi or motorbike taxi. The restaurant is 4.6km from Danang Airport and 2.4km from Danang Railway station.
- Good, old fashioned comfort food
- Good breakfast for a good cause
- Great pizza and great staff
- A nice place for every time of the day
- Fantastic, wonderful food and lovely staff
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
4 Dong Da Street, Danang, Vietnam
Tips for you
I love Asian food, but sometimes you just want a break and Bread of Life is just the place. I went last Sunday (22/8) and apparently it was the first day of Sunday opening. It has a new French owner and his Japanese partner also helps in the kitchen. I understand there may be some changes to the menu which is probably too expansive, although I was told the Australian super hamburger with beetroot among other things would be staying - although dear manager if you are reading this why not have a basic burger and let clients customize their own by listing additions such as bacon, onion, beetroot, egg etc, then they can get exactly what they want and it wont take a whole page on the menu to list the available combination burgers. Having said that I no longer eat hamburgers so opted for a gluten free Mexican Nachos. They brought me the cheese Nachos by mistake, but then proceeded to bring me the beef, chicken and beans for the Mexican version, but still only charged me for the Cheese Nachos (and yes I did point it out). Not only did I really enjoy it, but it filled me up and I had to cancel the side of chips (fries) we ordered. My wife had an Hawaiian pizza and said it was yummy. Some have commented on the price, but I think for the size of the dish (and I'd probably share next time) it's great value and although you can get a Vietnamese dish elsewhere for less I don't think it will match the $/volume especially when you remove the garnish and bones in many Vietnamese meat dishes. I certainly hope to get back there before I leave. I should also mention that it's in a nice place, just across the street from the river, although there aren't river views, but you can easy stroll across street and walk along the pier - it's not a crowded part of the city, at least on Sundays
Delicious latte and great banana cake. The waiters and cooks are deaf, this is a way for them to educate themselves and learn a trade.