South Florida’s serious Thai food aficionados head to this North Miami restaurant for its diverse regional specialties, including noodles, curries and satays. While all the old reliables are present, the real treasures of Panya are more enigmatic: rich soups infused with offal, like liver, kidneys and blood. Boat noodle soup is also on the menu, with options for tamer proteins like pork or beef meatballs. Word to the wise: If you can’t take the heat, order the mild — even the medium is scorching.
Special Dishes: Khao Soi, Guay Jab, Yen Ta Fo
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