Tried Panasia as something different for a dinner out. It was ok. Nothing special. It's a new restaurant and you could tell there were a few bugs to work out.
We started off having to use the 'flashlight' feature of our cellphones in order to see the menu. Eventually one of the staff noticed and turned up the lights so we could read the menus. Since there were five of us we decided to order a variety of dishes. Most of them were fairly good. The szechuan beef was the biggest disappointment. Typically restaurants are able to serve spicey dishes with a degree of hotness based on the customers request. Panasia had one chili sauce - no variations. It was hot. Also the beef was tough so it was probably over cooked.
Staff service was ok. Took forever to get the credit card machine to pay bill. It was being passed around the room.
All in all nothing memerable,
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