Annam is more than just Vietnamese.
Like Vietnam itself, Annam borrows from the regions’ neighbours and offers a taste that is uniquely it’s own.
You might choose whole fish grilled over charcoal, or decide on a selection of made to order rice paper rolls featuring local produce. Try a traditional hot pot, stir fry or curry, and just try to go past some of the finest dumplings in town.
On the lighter side, there are snacks and salads packed full of flavour and desserts to die for, including instant classics waffle coated fried ice cream and young coconut sorbet.
We think the best way to enjoy Annam is to ‘chow down in chinatown’ – let Jerry prepare a $65 banquet of her favourites.
There are a combination of seating options, from restaurant tables and private dining options for groups of 6-16 people. If you’re feeling relaxed, grab a cocktail and a spot at the bar.
The beverage list has been created to enhance the fire and smoke of the food; everything from the beer to the wines to the cocktails has been chosen to complement your dining experience. You can expect to see the flavours of SE Asia in your glass as the bar team work with the chefs to produce some truely unique drinks.
This isn’t street food – it’s a more sophisticated way of enjoying the flavours of Vietnamese cuisine. We might encourage you to eat with your hands, but who said sophistication couldn’t be fun?
Open 7 days 5pm until late
Bookings available, walk ins encouraged