Northerners, ready for complete panda-monium?

Are you one of those who have tried the Chinese-American dishes of Panda Express when it first opened in SM Megamall? Then you know exactly how addicting their dishes are! From their orange chicken to their chow mein, one cannot get enough of the flavor bombs they serve.

If you’re in the north and going to SM Megamall to get your fix of Panda express was a hassle, we’ve got good news for you! Panda Express is opening its second branch on February 12, right in time for Chinese New Year, at SM North EDSA.

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Think it’s a perfect place to spend your Chinese New Year? Attend on opening day and be participate in special activity: an interactive display with freebies you can claim in-store.

Note: To ensure the safety of both crew members and guests, Panda Express will also observe proper phsical distancing and health protocols. 

Should you decide to stay at home instead, you can also have their dishes delivered right to your home. To order, you can message them on Facebook or order for GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Panda Express Delivery
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Celebrate Chinese New Year hassle-free with dishes from a Chinese-American staple – Panda Express.

Want to know more about Panda Express?

Here’s a quick feature of their first branch in the Philippines

Located at the Upper Ground Level of Mega A in SM Megamall, thanks to Jollibee Foods Corporation, Filipinos can now enjoy iconic Chinese-American dishes at the first-ever Panda Express in the Philippines.

Panda Express Philippines Exterior
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When it comes to dishes, you definitely have to try their best-selling Orange Chicken! Aside from that, Panda Express’ Broccoli BeefBeijing Beef, and Kung Pao Chicken are some of the other classic favorites and must-tries!

Panda Express Philippines Interior and Exterior
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For people who want to lay off the beef, Panda Express Manila’s menu has a ton of chicken options such as their String Bean Chicken, made with chicken breast and wok-tossed in mild ginger soy sauce; Asian Grilled Chicken, a grilled chicken thigh hand-sliced and served with teriyaki sauce; as well as their Mushroom Chicken, which is a combination of chicken, mushroom, and zucchini wok-tossed in a light ginger soy sauce.

Plate from Panda Express
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For a healthier alternative, Panda Express Manila will also be serving their vegetarian-friendly Eggplant Tofu, made with lightly-browned tofu, eggplant, red bell peppers, and tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. Their side choices also include Chow Mein, White Steamed Rice, Fried Rice, and Mixed Vegetables.

Panda Express Plate including Orange Chicken, Chow Mien, Broccoli Beef and more.
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Their Panda Express Bowl (1 Entree + 1 Side) goes for ₱195, their Plate (2 Entree + 1 Side) goes for ₱245, and their Bigger Plate (3 Entree + 2 Sides) goes for ₱295.

For more updates, check out Panda Express PH’s Facebook page and Instagram account.

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