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Hours
Mon - Thu 11:00 am - 9:30 pm, Fri - Sat 11:00 am - 10:00 pm, Sun 11:00 am - 9:30 pm
Neighborhoods
Northwest Dallas, Trinity Industrial District
Categories
Buffet Restaurants, Chinese Restaurants, Restaurants
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Cuisine: Asian, Chinese

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mctrog007

02/24/2012

Overall
just came back from there. ...

just came back from there.

disgusting isn't even close to a good discription.

first off, no tea (cold or hot) or even any urns for it on the drink line. no fried noodles for the soup. the soup itself was more like a congealed mass than a liquid, the only freely moveing thing in the containers was the grease floating on top. the food was old, cold and had obviously been there for awhile. the deseart bar was empty except for a few freaky looking cake things. When I walked in the wait staff were leaning against the walls talking with each other, the tables were dirty and the silverware had "something" on it.



Run, do not walk away from this place.



time of visit was 2:00 PM 2-24-2012

stoppedm by Mcdonalds after leaving this placed since the chines was not able to be eaten. it was about the same which is grades above Pan's.

prince55

08/19/2008

Overall
Not a big fan of the food

I didn't care for the taste of the beef broccoli lunch I had there. The sauce is gooey and sticky and the beef didn't taste right. It's so hard to find chinese food places that have decent food these days!

tarathereporter

07/26/2008

Overall
Good Food at a Low price

Pan's has a very good combination of Chinese and American food. I am originally from New Orleans where food is a big thing. Since I've been here it's the first real Chinese food I've had. I'm not so keen on the American part but the Chinese makes up. They have fresh fruits for desert and a pretty big variety of food served fresh. It's a very casual atmosphere and the wait staff keeps the food coming. I had orange chicken (the best I've tasted since being in Dallas), Shrimp fried rice (with plenty shrimp), crab meat, fried chicken, beef teriyaki (wonderful and dripping with onion). In addition to all of that, I had a party of two and paid $22.00 (including a tip) on the weekday. It's a little bit more expensive on the weekend. Good food for a very good price.

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