Panam has a polished industrial feel to it, sitting on the docks next to Tate Liverpool with views overlooking the water in a high-ceilinged space. The Panam has multiple spaces, some of which can be used for private events, but the main restaurant has lots of low hanging bulb lights, simple tables and stylish banquettes which make it a nice space to relax in. The place has an effortlessly cool feel that makes it a good place to come to with friends for some food and drinks.
The menu is all-encompassing, adopting an all-stars approach to its offering. To start, choose from things like pork belly bites and chicken and manchego croquettes as well as crispy chilli squid and vegan tacos (the menu has a range of vegan options). From the main menu you could enjoy a 14 oz bone-in ribeye, fish and chips or rotisserie chicken. The menu also has chef specials with dishes like Caribbean curry and scaled back items like burgers and wings (choose the number you want). The drinks menu has an affordable list of wines, spirits and beers as well as a cocktail list that serves some classics like an Old Fashioned and a Zombie.
Panam offers a bottomless brunch which starts off with a sharing brunch platter that has things like buttermilk pancakes, Belgian waffles, whipped vanilla cream and fresh seasonal berries on it. This can then be followed by a choice of something from the reduced version of the main menu, you might fancy a rump steak or the Caribbean curry - the choices are reasonably broad. All of this comes with free-flowing Prosecco, Bloody Marys, Aperol Spritz, beer and G&Ts. Even more exciting perhaps is the bottomless dinner which offers the same bottomless drinks to be paired with a two-course dinner menu.