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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Tonkin Annam

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Set in a shop-house down an alley in the ever-charming Tha Tien neighborhood, this two-story restaurant serves up cuisine from Northern and Central Vietnam, where owner Gai Mitwicharn’s grandparents came from.

Amid decor that's low-key but stylish (think black walls and untreated wooden chairs), Tonkin Annam is all about food bursting with freshness, served on banana leaves in shallow bamboo baskets.  

The nem nuong (B250) features house-made grilled mince pork and fresh vegetables, along with extra thin flour sheets that don’t need to be hydrated and customizable sauce (with separated chili and chopped peanuts). 

Expect other staples like banh hoi (thin rice vermicelli with grilled pork, B190), banh cuon (minced pork and chives wrapped in steamed rice sheet, B130) and pho (B150 with chicken/B220 with beef). Do be sure to try the thit kho tieu (braised pork belly in fish sauce, chili and black pepper) and Vietnamese drip coffee with egg sabayon (B80), too.

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Phone: 093-469-2969
Tonkin Annam, 69 Maharaj Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

Opening Hours:

daily 10am-10pm

Cuisine:

Vietnamese

Open Since:

February, 2017
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