The name of our restaurant is Anan which means “eat, eat” and we are located in Chợ Cũ along Tôn Thất Đạm Street, a wet market in the heart of bustling Saigon. We specialize in street food-inspired dishes created by our award-winning chef Peter Cuong Franklin. Chef Peter’s creative take on Vietnamese cuisine reflects his vision of a Vietnam that remains deeply respectful of history and traditions yet equally progressive and international in outlook. Chef Peter is inspired by the country’s vibrant food culture, using fresh ingredients sourced from local markets while incorporating French culinary techniques honed during his training at Le Cordon Bleu.

Anan restaurant can be found in an iconic “tube house”, one of the tall, thin buildings that typify modern Vietnamese architecture. Upstairs from Anan, on the 2nd floor, is the cocktail bar Nhau Nhau. The name means “drink, drink” – a tribute to Vietnam’s culture of after-work drinking and eating. And above that, is Pot Au Pho noodle bar which showcases the country’s most iconic noodle dish, pho. Before and after visits to any of the venues, guests can visit Elevate on the building’s rooftop and take in the breathtaking views of downtown Saigon.

Anan Saigon was voted No. 39 in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2021 and featured in Time World’s Greatest Places 2021