Japanese dessert time!

We went back to Panya again several weeks ago. I ordered my Thai noodles again:Β Southeast Asian soups are ono to the MAX! (see blog post) and also added dessert to our meal. I love their desserts, especially their Japanese cheesecake. Oh my! It’s delightful!

It’s been a while since I last ordered it. Tasted like I just ate it the day before. Mmm mmm!

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Doesn’t this look decadent? My mouth is watering. So light and fluffy! Not like your typical cheesecake.

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Hokkaido bread pudding. That was pretty good.

Visit Panya
1288 Ala Moana Blvd.; Honolulu, 96814
808-946-6388
http://panyabakery.com/

Southeast Asian soups are ono to the MAX!

Oh, how I love Southeast Asian food, especially [spicy] soup. Tonight at Panya, I tried their Thai basil spicy noodle soup with chicken. It was so delicious! I absolutely enjoyed it; I wiped the bowl clean! I really enjoy the different noodle soups at Panya. I’ve tried their chicken noodle soup- not your typical chicken noodle soup you eat from the can. I’ve also tried their laksa, a Chinese and Malay soup, made with coconut milk.

Panya doesn’t only have delicious soups. They have a variety of different entrΓ©es on the menu, such as sandwiches, ramen, pad thai, spaghetti, oxtail stew, etc. They are known for their pastries and other desserts. Their Japanese cheesecake is bomb! It’s so light and fluffy. Very different from a NY cheesecake, as it’s not rich and creamy.

Visit Panya at Hokua
1288 Ala Moana Blvd.; Honolulu, 96814
808-946-6388
http://panyabakery.com/

Happy weekend!

FS x