Look & Feel: If you have a normal Vietnamese joint in mind, you’d be disoriented by An Nam when you first walk in — the posh restaurant has a dark wood and teal interior, featuring several themed dining areas.
On the Menu: The restaurant offers popular Southern and Northern Vietnamese dishes including old favorites – beef pho ($98), spring rolls ($118), barbecued pork with bun vermicelli ($128), but also the lesser-known Vietnamese Hue-style cuisine like the steamed rice flan in Hue-style ($88).
Service: Reasonable for the price, but nothing out of the way.
Jeng: The beef pho hits all of our sweet spots with its clear but rich beef broth, the delicious just-cooked beef slices and soft, smooth rice noodles. You’ll likely walk away stuffed by the generous portions.
Great for: A catch-up with friends, urgent pho cravings.
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