Annam Noodle Bar by Namnam Singapore
NamNam Singapore finally comes to Manila and known as Annam Noodle Bar here. They will transport us to the past and experience the streets of Vietnam by serving PHO and Banh MI.
NamNam Noodle Bar was founded by Director and Owner Chef Nam through his love for cooking and exceptional culinary skills. He has worked in various award-winning restaurants and hotels – such as the One Michelin Star Le Canard Oslo and the prestigious SukhoThai Bangkok, where he took his reins as Executive Chef. Then He returned to his roots and opened NamNam Noodle Bar. It opened in Raffles City Shopping Center located in the heart of Singapore, on October 15, 2012. They took 5 years of planning and strategising as a casual quick-service noodle bar.
What I love about Annam, it repackages the old-world concept of street food by giving it a contemporary look. The chic industrial interior, communal seating, to the menu is carefully curated to bring the old street setting in Vietnam.
They serve value-for-money, healthy and fresh Vietnamese street food in an old setting with a modern twist. And the food they serve here has No MSG.
Let’s talk about the food!
Green Papaya Salad, Beef Jerky, Fresh Herbs, Peanuts.
My favourite! It’s spicy and delectable. I can eat this all day. Yum!
Fresh Southern Rolls with Prawn, Pork, Fresh Herbs, Peanut Sauce.
It is healthy, delicious and one is not enough.
Crispy Imperial Rolls
It is crispy, scrumptious and addictive. Dip it into the spicy, sweet sauce… perfect combination!
PHO Australian Wagyu Beef Slices.
Each bowl of PHO is packed with a intense broth boiled for at least 24 hours. It is simple, fresh and satisfyingly good.
Banh Mi Chili-Lemongrass Chicken, Egg Omelette, Chicken Floss.
It is baked light, fluffy and crisp into perfection. It is very flavourful and has a fiery kick on it which I love.
By the way try their Viet Coffe and Lychee Pandan Iced Tea. Then pair it with their Banh Mi. Yumyum! So, what are you waiting for…go to Annam and try their Photastic and awesome food.
1880 Building Eastwood City, Quezon City