It’s been a while since I’ve dined at Panya, at Ward Village, so when my pal Kevin Iwamoto was visiting – and our Soldier Boy nephew, John Rhoades, was on vacation from Army duties at Fort Liberty, N.C. – Vi and I ventured to Panya for lunch.
Vi opted for the lup cheong friend rice, John chose the oyako donburi, and Kevin and I chopsticked our way through the Shanghai-style udon, upon my suggestion.
For dessert, Kevin had the bread pudding; I chose the crème brulee.
We all loved our choices; Kevin even returned the next evening to have the fried rice. Too much of a good thing? Not really.
Can’t go wrong with the Asian dishes, but if you’re the burger-with-fries type, that’s on the menu, too.
Panya’s menu is ‘wonderfull and dependable.!
Vi, Kevin, me and John, at Panya; below, Kevin and me.