Bladi Restaurant in Danang Vietnam
Bladi Restaurant in Danang Vietnam

Bladi Restaurant in Danang Vietnam


 

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Bladi Restaurant in Danang Vietnam


Hello Friends,

Last night I linked up with a few friends for a dinner at Bladi Restaurant in Danang. The menu features authentic Moroccan and Algerian dishes, prepared by an experienced chef. Whether you’re looking for a hearty meal or a light snack, they have got something to tantalize your taste buds.

Moroccan food is a delicious and unique cuisine that is often overlooked. This cuisine is a blend of Arabic, Berber, and European influences, and the result is a truly unique and flavorful experience. Moroccan food is often very hearty and filling, and it is not uncommon for a meal to consist of several courses.

This restaurant’s concept, as told to us by the owner is to share dishes with each other as you eat, in a traditional North African style. While we “did” share a little, it was more about hanging out, so we dined. Here are some photos and commentary about this unique place for you to enjoy.


BLADI RESTAURANT DANANG

Adress : 80 Tô Hiến Thành, Phước Mỹ, Sơn Trà, Đà Nẵng 55000, Vietnam
Google map link: https://goo.gl/maps/6YfxrUYVyYrMj3QG8
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Bladi-restaurant-104662621865764


The location is a bit hidden and outside the common tourist section of the city. Making the journey to the restaurant was part of the fun. The location was on a side street off the main road, and I drove past it once looking for it. So, it is a bit hidden.

On that topic, if you’re looking for a new adventure and enjoy trying new things, then hidden restaurants are definitely for you! These types of restaurants are often harder to find, but the effort is definitely worth it. Once you find one, you can enjoy the unique atmosphere and experience that it has to offer. Who knows, you might even find your new favorite spot!

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This was our table for the night. But as I arrived early, it was time to snoop about and take some photos.

If you don’t know… I’m the type of person who likes to arrive early and take a look around any new space I’m in. I want to get a feel for the place and get a lay of the land before things get too hectic. This helps me feel more comfortable in the space and makes it easier for me to find my way around. Arriving early also gives me a chance to take photos without looking strange and see what kind of energy the space has.

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The logo and colors work well, a bit artistic, but mellow and welcoming.

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Our table was outside, but looking in you can see the intimate nature of the space. The owner is standing behind the counter. Perhaps they were wondering what I was doing here taking so many photos?? lol

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The second floor was nice and more secluded. They said that not many people sit upstairs as it’s far from the restrooms, but I can see it being a nice place if you are on a date, or just looking to chill out.

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Here is a view looking back down into the main space for Bladi Restaurant in Danang.

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This is the seating on the balcony on the second floor outside. The breeze here is nice as it blows off the ocean that is not too far away. Again, the staff told me they don’t seat too many people here, but it’s an option if you wanted.

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Another view looking off to the Ocean. Very relaxing indeed. I can see kicking it here with a good friend drinking some wine.

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Venturing back in…

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And back down the stairs to the second floor. My snooping was just about done at this point, and I could see my friend parking outside.

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The tablecloths and dishes had a nice color balance to them. The pastel colors, muted grays, and gold accents, it was tastefully designed.

For real, If you’re looking to create a cohesive and well-balanced restaurant, you need to be aware of color balance. This means using colors that complement each other and create a pleasing atmosphere. You don’t want your guests to feel like they’re in a space that’s too busy or overwhelming, so it’s important to find the right balance. Use your color scheme to create a warm and inviting space that your guests will enjoy.

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Here is the menu cover, I enjoyed the teal color of it.

On that subject, teal is one of those colors that make you feel like you’re on vacation, right? It’s the color of the ocean on a beautiful day. When I see teal, I can’t help but think of the sound of waves crashing against the shore. It’s a relaxing color that reminds me of sunny days and sandy beaches.

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The first dish was Hummus with bread. Very tasty and made fresh. We were 4 semi “Big” guys, so, the portion was a bit lite for us… still tho, I could see more normal eating-sized people enjoying the quantity of food.

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This was a salad as well, the diced open Pineapple, shrimp, and such were nice. Even tho 90% of the time I do not eat meat, I did have a little tonight as, well… there were no vegetarian options.

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We did have a few more dishes as well. Like this one that was a fish dish… My friend dove into it and burnt his mouth pretty bad, so heads up, the food may not look hot, but it is.

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All in all the pace was nice.

I do wish they had some vegetarian dishes as I would have liked that more, and it’s a healthy lifestyle choice that many follow. Why don’t more places have vegetarian options, I don’t know… I think it’s cheaper for them too.. but as it is.

In summary …

The white walls of the restaurant had a Moroccan feel to them. The restaurant was clean and brightly lit. The menu was simple and the food was fresh and tasty. The service was friendly and efficient. I would definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a good meal.

What do you think about Morrocan food?
Do you like it?
Have you had it?

Cheers, and thank you for reading!


If you enjoyed this article, you may want to read this story about : A Peaceful morning at Inner Space Danang

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