If like me you don't know what "panko" is, see here.
Nina had me over for dinner and served this. It's among the most pleasant pieces of fish I've ever had--though truth be told, that doesn't encompass a large number of experiences. It's about as mild and non-fishy as I can imagine any fish being. The coating is nice and crunchy.
Will I buy it again?
Probably not--not because there's anything wrong with it, but because I have never chosen fish over other protein sources, and don't expect to in the future. However, I certainly wouldn't mind having it again. In fact, if somebody put a gun to my head and told me that I had to go to a store and buy fish (other than tuna) and eat it, this would likely be my first choice.
I've now made these a couple more times for myself, and I hereby promote them to Nina's Top Ten status. They are simple to prepare, reliably tasty, and lend themselves to a variety of different serving options.