(SPOT.ph) Who can resist the flavorful goodness of Panda Express’ Orange Chicken? It’s as crispy as it is saucy with an addictive savory-sweet flavor—and it’s one meal we could totally use right now while we’re in quarantine. Well, if you're up for some orange chicken, you're in luck because the fast-food chain is now offering delivery via GrabFood and Foodpanda.
You can start your meal with the crispy Chicken Egg Roll (P90) or the Vegetable Roll (P90). Dining solo? You can get any entree Ala Carte (P156/small, P288/medium, P420/large) or get a Bowl (P234) with one entree and one side, a Plate (P294) with two entrees and one side, or a Bigger Plate (P354) with three entrees and one side—great for sharing, or if you’re just really hungry. If you’re feasting with your parents and siblings, you can go for the Family Feast (P1,440), which comes with three large entrees and two large sides. As of writing, only Chow Mien—or stir-fried noodles—is available as a side.
Aside from the Orange Chicken, another must-try entree is the Kung Pao Chicken, which comes with generous chunks of chicken and veggies. The Broccoli Beef, on the other hand, boasts a deep, soy profile that’s perfect with tons of rice. Don’t sleep on the flavorful Eggplant Tofu, which comes with a mix of soft and crispy textures, you won’t even miss the meat.
Panda Express is an American restaurant that first opened in Glendale, California in 1983. Known for their Chinese-American fare, they opened their first Philippine branch at SM Megamall in 2019.
For orders, find Panda Express on GrabFood and Foodpanda. For more information, check out Panda Express Philippines’ Facebook page.
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