If you want the truly original dish of Danang, this must be it. "Mì" means noodles and "Quảng" here stands for the province Quang Nam. Well, before you get confused, Danang used to be a part of Quang Nam in the past (called "Quang Nam - Da Nang" province) until 1997 when it was separated and became one of the five independent municipalities in Vietnam.
There are many types of Mi Quang, ranging from the basic ones such as pork&shrimp or chicken, to more special ingredients like snakehead fish, eel or jellyfish. A bowl of Mi Quang contains a rich layer of vegetables at the bottom, followed by noodles and a fair amount of broth. Unlike many other Vietnamese noodle soup bowls which are usually covered completely by their broths, Mi Quang broth is added just enough to barely soak the noodles. Last but not least, Mi Quang cannot go without the toppings of crushed roasted peanuts, rice crackers, herbs, lemons, and chilli.