New Street Food Joint in Juno Beach: The Phat Panda

Amanda Hicks
Posted by Amanda Hicks
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The only thing better than the Phat Panda's logo of a chubby panda on a surf board is their appetizing menu of tasty cultural food! The Phat Panda is a brand new spot on Donald Ross Road in Juno Beach that has a casual atmosphere and a simple menu packed with flavor.

The eatery opened just a couple of weeks ago with a kick-off menu of authentic street food including open-faced tacos served on two corn torillas (pictured above), Banh Mi Vietnamese-style sandwiches on French Baguettes, and rice bowls like the "Halal at ya boy" with basmati rice, organic mixed greens and tomatoes, naan bread, white sauce and a choice of grilled chicken or roasted chickpeas. There's also a "half-pint" option where you can choose from a taco, half banh mi, or half portion of halal bowl plus a snack and juice for less than 6 bucks! The entire menu is priced right especially for the fresh quality of the food.

Some other items on the list include salads, "munchies," home made ice cream pops, and drinks including cold brew coffee, San Pellegrino and Mexican sodas. 

Check out the new Phat Panda restaurant for lunch on any Monday-Saturday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Also, give them a like on Facebook to see some mouth-watering photos and menu upgrades.

Visit their website here for the full menu.

Location: 813 Donald Ross Rd., Juno Beach. 


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