Mainly a Chinese place, with some additional pan-Asian dishes as the name suggests, I was happy to go with some traditional Chinese fare. I chose the mixed starters (ribs, crispy seaweed, chicken wings, crispy wontons, prawn toast), chicken noodle soup, some duck spring rolls, a chicken and mixed vegetable dish, and their special house chow mein.I had a £15 voucher code, so the total bill for this was about £8. My mother Anne was on hand to help out with ploughing through the veritable mountain of grub, which arrived precisely on schedule.
Anne was particularly taken with the chicken noodle soup which she rated as excellent. It was certainly very tasty stuff.
I enjoyed the duck spring rolls, which were freshly hot and nicely crisp. The chicken wings, an item I’m rarely taken with, were notably good. Actually, the only dish that was slightly suspect was the chow mein, as while the selection of chunky meat and prawns was pleasing, the noodles were just a touch gluey and a little heavy.
So overall, I was pretty impressed with the takeout fare on offer from Pan Asia. It provided reliable Chinese food to a very good standard. I’d be happy to order from them again.