Part of my familial obligation was to drop my brother and his wife off at LAX this Saturday for their vacation. They wanted to grab some lunch, and instead of doing something like IN-N-OUT we elected to eat at Pann's. Walking into this place took me to the 50's, red leather booths, "futuristic" 50s architecture, and very good service. We sat down and looked at the menu which was pretty extensive, however it did highlight what they did well. Boxed on top left of the menu was the waffle and wing combo, which my brother ordered. My sister in-law ordered the fajita omelet with biscuit. I ordered the combo which was a waffle, 2 eggs, and 3 wings. I also watched as a large tray of fluffy biscuits was carried to its holding bin. Pann's has basically emblazoned the fact that they won LA Magazine's best biscuit award everywhere. I succumbed and added that to my order. The great thing about this was that the waffle was very good, and the chicken wings were to die for!! Could be the best fried chicken wings that I have had in LA!! Then I popped the top off of my biscuit, and spread some butter on them and then smiled at the crusty, butttery, crispy richness. The biscuit was fluffy with the right amount of crispness to it. The eggs over easy were not perfect as one of the yolk was busted very minor issue for me. Already this might rival my favorite breakfast joint (DuPars) just on chicken wings and waffles for breakfast. To me this collection of food items, definitely made me feel that this blows Roscoe's out of the water. On our way out, I noticed that Pulp Fiction was shot here from the scene shots. Barron Davis was relaxing with his crew, and the place was jammed Saturday morning. We decided to pick up some cookies from the case near the checkout counter, unfortunately they were ho-hum. I need to come back for the patty melt. This is my new find for LA!!