Pa in seo/Japanese okonomiyaki!
Annam is probably not only the only authentic Vietnamese restaurant in Shizuoka Prefecture, but is definitely in a clss of its own.
If I listened to the Missus we would visit the place every week!LOl
Antway, the other day my best friedn, who happens to be Irish, and his Jpanese wife came to visit us after a lapse of two years.
We just couldn’t find a better reason to visit our favourite South Asian restaurant!
Here is what we ordered:
The Vietnamese have brewed beer for a long time and thier 333 is as good as any!
Artistic and very light raw spring rolls with shrimps.
Healthy green papaya and shrimp salad.
Stir-fried chicken and deep-fried rice cakes.
French influence in the steamed French bread with shrimp and peanuts topping.
As the beer and the sake (from Shizauok) has disappeared quickly, we chose a honest and reliable bottle of French Cotes du Rhone from Annam’s very decent wine list.
Home-made Vietnamese ham as a complimentary dish!
Stir-fried chicken and deep-fried imperial rolls with cold rice noodles salad.
Very light stir-fried vegetables in sweet and sour sauce.
Pa in seo/Vietnamese okonomiyaki, the specialty of the restaurant.
Enormous but as light as a feather and filled with loads of beansprouts!
No we did not have dessert, but pho soup instead!
Can’t wait for the next visit!
Shizuoka City, Aoi-Ku, Tenmacho, 17-9
Dinner: 17:00~22:00 (last orders: 21:30)
Closed on Mondays and day after National Holidays
Credit cards OK
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