Very nice and authentic dishes. The sushi were very good and the Vietnamese beef noodle soup tasted exactly like in Vietnam, just that the noodles were not cooked enough and the portion was way too big.
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Great fusion of Vietnamese and Japanese food. Was pretty surprised to find fresh and tasty oysters in NYC. Had the Sushi and Sashimi for 2 and the presentation was amazing! It tasted amazing as well, of course. Very reasonably priced and staff are very friendly...More
Decided to try this place as it around the corner from our hotel. Waiters were friendly and was more than happy to answer questions on the menu. Decided to go for a Sushi and Sashimi diner. The food arrived promptly and was very well presented....More
Nice combination Japanese and Vietnamese food. Excellent and attentive service. The food was tasty and large portions. Even a free drink at the end!
Sushi was really good, food in general can be seen as good price/quality the atmosphere was OK, The service of the waiters/waitresses was OK
We made our first trip to New York City and toward to end of our week stay we wanted something different. We found this hidden little gem. An'nam is very clean and the service was amazing. I ordered the chicken Pad Tia, my wife ordered...More
The staff was very friendly but the food was only so-so. My husband had a ramen noodle dish that tasted very plain. I had tofu teriyaki that was very good. We ate fairly late, right before the restaurant closed and it was next to our...More
Walking from our just finished show we were mostly confused where to eat in Times Square late night. Most everything closes from 10 until 11pm. We walked up 48th Street and found a couple of small restaurants still open. Reading the menu on the street...More