QC Folks, It's Going to Be Easier to Get Orange Chicken Soon

The Chinese-American eatery is opening a branch north of Metro Manila.

(SPOT.ph) If you still haven't tried the Panda Express cult-favorite Orange Chicken by now, you're definitely missing out—its sweet-savory and citrusy flavor, matched with its crispy breading, has plenty of fans for a reason. If you live in the Quezon City area, though, it's totally understandable if you haven't had the chance to check out their first Manila branch located in SM Megamall. The good news is, all that's about to change. The Chinese-American restaurant is opening their second branch at SM North Edsa on February 12!

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Keep an eye out for this sign!
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You can expect their famous dishes—including the aforementioned Orange Chicken, the gingery Broccoli Beef, and the underrated (but totally delish!), spicy-sweet Eggplant Tofu—to be on the menu. Get your appetite ready! As their opening coincides with the celebration of Lunar New Year, they'll also be featuring a photo wall installation—and customers who line up during the day get to pick red envelopes. You might just score freebies!

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Feast away on Panda Express' signature Chinese-American eats.
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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.

Panda Express will be at UGF/GF/FF City Center, SM City North EDSA, Bago Bantay, Quezon City. For more information, check out Panda Express Philippines' Facebook page.

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