New York, NY 10003
Village Voice's Description
This Japanese bakery offers to-go sweets, onigiri bento boxes, and other snacks, but it also has a hot-food kitchen, whence come all kinds of good things, like katsu curry, udon bowls, and fried fish sandwiches. But don't miss the Japanese breakfast, a multi-course wonder of broiled fish, rice, miso soup, seaweed salad, diakon, and natto with a raw quail egg.
Tips from foursquare
Try the yakisoba sandwich-encased inside a soft, squishy roll are noodles, pickled ginger, cooked napa cabbage, and bonito flakes, topped by some sort of dried herb.
get the shrimp yakitori. (you can even eat it cold). yum.
Forget bagels - Panya offers a traditional bento-box style Japanese breakfast consisting of everything from miso soup to lightly seared salmon.
I hate their cash only policy for any transactions under $10.
Half-off pastries after 8 pm?! Stock up on breakfast the night before!
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