It's located near the Bukit Merah Public Library. From the interchange, just cross the bridge, walk straight, cross the road to block 161 and walk under it. It's just a short walk.
Pan Delights is a very small café/restaurant. The atmosphere inside and outside is a big contrast. One would feel that it shouldn't be in the heartlands and should be in town.
Furniture is simple with wood and metal as the main theme so it's rather dark.
The board at the counter could do with a better decoration though. The walls are too bare so I think a few photographs of their food would help a lot.
The menu is quite cute and unique. A few thin papers of different lengths are fastened to a wooden board with a metal fastener. Fits with the theme of the restaurant!
Plus, there's neither GST nor service charge! Yay!
The mains were not available when we were there at 1:30pm.
The food we ordered arrived at about 2:15pm. So they have to do something about the long waiting time.Truffle Fries — $7.90
Well, "truffle" is quite in trend nowadays. It's strong in smell but quite okay in taste. The amount of cheese powder is not enough. The white sauce should be tartar sauce? Nice combination.Pan's Toast — $7.90
Honestly, when it arrived, I was a bit shocked to see it. But maybe it's because I didn't read the description properly. Anyway, it's a thick piece of palm-sized toast. The egg taste isn't really there and the edges are quite hard. They served butter which is good because margarine is not food so I'm glad. The mixed berry sauce is sweet and sour, very nice but barely enough for me to eat with the toast.Pan's Breakfast — $14.90
It looks like quite a spread! The sausage is quite big and juicy. The toast looks quite sad and soggy though. The scrambled egg is fluffy. The salad is crunchy. The bacon is oily but yummy as it's not overwhelmed with salt!Spinach Pan-edict — $10.90
A "healthy" dish of veggies, two eggs, two bun halves and dressing!Salmon Pan-edict — $13.90
Same as above but with the addition of thin slices of super salty salmon.Pan-Cakes — $7.90
Small and cute, the pancakes remind me of the ones in Little Pancakes, but they're not as pretty around the edges. The honey they used is not very sweet and sick and the pancake also gets the bacon taste, very interesting mix and it's rather delicious! The pancake itself tastes quite nice and fluffy too!Hot Cappuccino — $4.50
It's pretty and looks thick. My friend said it's quite nice even with only one sachet of sugar.
Overall, it's a nice place without crowds of people walking outside. However, there were quite a few people who looked inside through the full glass panel due to curiosity! Quite funny. We left the place at 3:05pm as the last customer. They close at 3:30pm before opening again at 5:30pm during which they will serve the "mains" in the menu.
I recommend relaxing here for breakfast or brunch before you head to the crowded town area!
Date of Visit: Jan 18, 2014
Spending per head: Approximately $12(Other)Other Ratings: