The boys wanted Vietnamese for lunch as they claimed that they have not have one for a while. So, we went to An Nam Restaurant for lunch.
Nanzaro wanted to have an Ice Vietnamese Milk Coffee for his drink. It costs $4. I told him he can get his coffee from McDonalds on the way back but Nanzaro is very stubborn. When he wanted something, he will insist on getting it.
Vietnamese Milk Coffee is served with the above special dripping cup with condensed milk at the bottom of the glass. Since Nanzaro wanted the Ice Milk Coffee, they served the ice in another glass.
After the coffee finished dripping, I told Nanzaro to stir the coffee to dissolve the condensed milk. Then he added the ice to the coffee. He was quite disappointed and kind of regretted as what he got is only half a glass of Ice Milk Coffee as in the photo above.
I would prefer the Ice Milk Coffee from Pho Han which is only $2.99 and it came prepared in a glass already. At least the glass is full and not half.
Nanzaro and I got the Special Seafood Dry Noodle. This is $8.50. It has generous amount of … seafood like prawns, artificial crab meat and squid.
The Special Seafood Dry Noodle is the one with soy sauce and fried shallot and fried garlic which I love.
Arkensen had a large Mix Beef Rice Noodle Soup as usual. The large one is $7.50.
The noodle soup comes with a side of bean sprouts, basil and lime wedges as usual. They are fresh.
The bill came to $32 before tips. An Nam Restaurant accepts credit card.
They have quite a number parking at the back.
7 days a week
11:00AM to 10:00PM