Anne Le Ziblatt
Anne’s extensive career in hospitality has spanned nearly 20 years, which has included fine dining service, operations, finance, human resources, food, wine and public relations.
Anne started her career in hospitality as the proprietor of Tamarine Restaurant & Gallery (Palo Alto) and Bong Su Restaurant & Lounge (San Francisco). At both restaurants, Anne ventured to create fine dining destinations that reflected the high style, haute cuisine trends found in metropolis cities throughout South‐East Asia. Tamarine was named as “superbly re‐imagining Vietnamese cuisine” by the Economist Magazine. Forbes declared Tamarine a “Global Power Dining Destination,” highlighting the restaurant as the steady dining destination of Silicon Valley’s leading technology titans. At Bong Su, Anne garnered national industry acclaim when the restaurant was named by Esquire Magazine as one of America’s “Top 20 Best New Restaurants” in the country.
In 2020, Anne opened Nam Vietnamese Brasserie in Redwood City. The concept for Nam was based on Vietnamese comfort food. Within months of opening, Nam was named one of the “Best Take Out and Delivery” restaurants in the Peninsula and South Bay by the San Francisco Chronicle’s Soleil Ho.
In 2021, Anne opened Warung Siska with partners Chef Siska Silitonga and Ervan Lim. Warung Siska features Chef Siska’s modern Indonesian cuisine.
Prior to her professional career in the hospitality industry, Anne held numerous management roles in marketing and communications in technology. She has earned her BA degree in Asian Studies from Santa Clara University and has completed her Level I certification from the Court of Master Sommeliers. Based in San Francisco, Anne speaks Vietnamese and Spanish. She is an avid runner and enthusiastic dog lover who relishes cooking, entertaining, modern Vietnamese art and travel in her down time.