Taking lunch at Annam during New Year's Eve day, the atmosphere of the restaurant is relaxing and warm after very cold day in New York. This restaurant serves Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine which both has good food quality and price is quite expensive for both cuisine.
We ordered four dishes, seafood udon, two beef pho which is good, and teriyaki chicken rice. So far we enjoyed the taste and service is also excellent. They also fast in serving the order.
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