Service: Smiling, very polite and friendly
Facilities: Superb cleanliness through and through. Superb toilets.
Strong points: Authentic Vietnamese cuisine by Vietnamese Chef and staff. Fresh products. Private room available and parties welcome in great comfort.
Annam, easily the best Vietnamese Restaurant in the Prefecture, has just moved to a new location nearer to the bustling centre of Shizuoka City end of last June!
I finally managed to find some time today to pay them a visit for lunch before checking on their full dinner soon at full leisure!
It is definitely bigger than the old address and more intimate since it is now on a second floor instead of the ground floor.
You can either sit at one of the tables, on a couch along the wall, at the small counter or in a private room!
Although people cannot see from the outside, plenty of view for the guests with enormous bay windows!
A refined corner of Vietnam in the middle of Japan!
Annam’s gastronomy is both classic and modern with fresh ingredients, very light, healthy and satisfying!
To give you e better idea I opted for the set lunch (2,400 yen) which started with a quail eggs soup!
Next, the appetizers dish!
Raw Spring rolls.
Shrimp and green papaya salad.
Plenty of succulent sauces and condiments to choose from!
Chicken sauteed with honey!
Beef Pho soup!
Very fresh ingredients!
Succulent traditional dessert with tapioca, banana, coconut milk and peanuts!
Real coffee with real milk and real coffee! So elegant!
Did you know that Vietnam is the second coffee producer in the World?
Looking forward to dinner very soon!
Owner: Ms. Le Thi Hong Vinh
Chef: Ms. Nguyen Thi Hong Mai
420-0852 Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Kooyamachi, 6-6, Mitduhisa Building, 2F
Business hours: 11:30~14:00, 17:30~22:30
Closed on Mondays
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