-By Marryam H Reshii
A large restaurant with a number of open kitchens, Pan Asian serves Chinese dim sums and main courses, Thai, sushi and Yakitori and Mongolian barbecue. It also has a couple of tables for do-it-yourself Korean barbecue. At any given time, there are at least two expatriate chefs in the restaurant, usually a dim sum expert from China and a Thai chef.Currently, their sushi chef is a well-known personality in his own right, his speciality being Nigiri Sushi. The appetizers from all the various counters constitute an interesting meal in themselves: Jin Sha Du Xia is prawns stir-fried with sesame seeds, Thai Satay and Fish-Cakes, sushi and sashimi, and Indonesian salads. It is fun moving between borders, trying out a few items from each section rather than restricting oneself to just one country in the course of a meal. Do look out for their Japanese bento boxes and wagyu.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
I liked this place for it's amazing Chinese food which offers great varieties like dim sums and shushi. I loved the taste and the ambiance of the restaurant is very good. You should not worry about the prices as you will happily spend over your food.
Review posted more than a year ago
If you are looking to nibble on some good authentic Pan Asian cuisine then this is the place you should be heading towards. Their Korean and Mangolian barbecues are truely delighting. Their indonasian salads are also worth trying.
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