Restaurant 174 Street 2 Thang 9 (174 Đường 2 Tháng 9), Vietnam Published on: 30-05-2018
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Why Tulip Czech Beer Restaurant is special ?
As the name implies, there is freshly brewed Czech style beer here, both dark and light. The beer is not the only selling point of this place, there is a reasonably large menu of great dishes at reasonable prices. Most of the dishes are Vietnamese but there are a lot of typical dishes that go well with copious amounts of beer. Grilled pork, spicy beef, German sausages and spicy chicken wings, real hearty dishes in case you are looking for something different from the standard rice and fish Vietnamese meal.
Tulip Czech beer, is a great place to come with a small or large group of friends and enjoy a very welcoming atmosphere.
- Excellent Vietnamese Food and Czech Beer
- Good beer decent food
- Very good food
- Very nice atmosphere
- A good restaurant and bar
- Noise level Loud
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
174 Street 2 Thang 9 (174 Đường 2 Tháng 9), Vietnam
Tips for you
We had the Saigon-style egg rolls, cashew shrimp, fried tofu, all very good, with a glass of blonde and a glass of dark Czech beer. The latter was actually fairly mild. Huge two-floor restaurant, mostly frequented by locals, some quite boisterous. Host was around throughout, possibly because he was the only one who spoke English. Overlooking illuminated bridge. Prices quite reasonable.
I love Czech beer and this place brews it's own. They were out of dark but the pilsner was still very good. The pork knuckle was good overall but needed a little more seasoning for my tastes. The ribs were quite tasty as was the sausage. I would go back to this place if passing through DaNang again.
This restaurant serves Vietnamese Food and Czech Beer. The restaurant is frequented by locals which I take is a good sign of the authenticity and quality of the food served. The food is good indeed. I had the steamed squid in coconut juice which was excellent with its trace of sweetness coming from the coconut juice. The fried spring roll, listed in the menu as Tulip spring roll was delicious as well, crispy outside with moist and tasty filling of either meat or seafood. It was served with a mayonnaise dip but I asked for the nuoc mam sauce with fresh hot chili. But my favourite is the fried prawns in tamarind sauce. The secret here is the freshness of the prawns and the right cooking style. Shrimps were quickly fried in very hot oil which made the shell very crispy but not oily. The combined natural sweetness of the soft and moist meat with a slight hint of tartness of the tamarind, washed down by dark Czech beer was undeniably a very pleasant dining experience. The service is good and rather quick and staffs understand English. This is a perfect stop after an evening stroll across the Tran Ty Ly Bridge, one of Danang’s new, striking and modern architectural icon. Tulip is at the western approach of the bridge. You will not miss it as it has a huge “Czech Beer” sign.