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Tales From A Foodie Series: Panda Express

Panda Express Opens At SM Megamall

What makes the newly opened restaurant Panda Express worth lining up for by so many people?

A Brief Background On Panda Express

The first Panda Express Chinese Kitchen originally opened or established its business in the year 1983 in Glendale, California. This fast casual Chinese restaurant is opened by Mr. Andrew Cheng at the Glendale Galleria in Glendale, California, with Ms. Peggy Cheng customizing the Chinese restaurant’s operating systems for a best food service.

Then in the year 1987, Chef Andy Kao developed the original Orange Chicken entree for the Chinese restaurant. This dish was inspired by the flavors of Hunan province.

Their Food

Panda Express menu

Panda Express offers or serves entree choices (Orange Chicken, String Bean Chicken Breast, Kung Pao chicken, Mushroom Chicken, Beijing beef, Broccoli Beef, Shanghai Steak, Savory Shrimp, Asian Grilled Chicken, Black Pepper Chicken and Eggplant Tofu), side dishes (Chow Mein, Mixed Vegetables, Fried Rice and White Steamed Rice), appetizers, soups (Hot & Sour or Egg Drop) and desserts (mango sago, coffee jelly, crinkles).

Panda Express Chow Mein

For our lunch, we ordered the Chow Mein noodles. The Chow Mein noodles taste good.

Our lunch - inclusive of Chow Mein noodles, Hot & Sour soup, Orange chicken, Fried Rice, Eggplant Tofu ...

Along with the Chow Mein noodle, we also ordered a Hot & Sour soup, Orange Chicken (which is one of their best seller dishes), fried rice, etc. The dishes we ordered and tried tasted good — even the Orange chicken that we even ordered one again for takeout.

Panda Express Fortune Cookie

I also enjoyed the Fortune Cookie. 

One of the things you should not miss out when visiting the Panda Express would be their best selling dish which is the Original Orange Chicken. They taste so good that you’ll come back for more.

Panda Express is located at the Upper Ground Floor, SM Megamall Building A, Ortigas, Mandaluyong City.

So that’s it for my #TalesFromAFoodieSeries food blog review of Panda Express. Stay tuned for the next blog of my food adventures..



Published by TheRedAries

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