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Have you tried the new entree at Panda Express?

(SPOT.ph) There are a ton of ways you can enjoy shrimp—steamed and served plain, in sinigang, sauteed and tossed into pasta. But if you've ever dreamed of having shrimp in a more sweet-and-savory, crisp-yet-succulent light, you're in for a treat. Panda Express is adding a new dish to its menu—the Honey Walnut Shrimp—which will be available starting today, March 15!

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Sweet, savory, and crunchy worlds all come together here.
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The Honey Walnut Shrimp is an East-meets-West dish inspired by the Cantonese classic of the same name. Panda Express' version has large and crispy tempura-battered shrimp that's wok-tossed in a honey sauce, which they then top with crushed candied walnuts for added sweetness and crunch. 

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It's based on a classic Cantonese dish of the same name.
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There are a couple of ways you can order this entree: You can get it with one side as part of their Bowl (starts at P195), with another entree and one side as part of their Plate (starts at P275), with two more entrees and a side as part of their Bigger Plate (starts at P350), or in a large portion with two other large entrees and two large sides in the Family Feast (starts at P1,200). Get your fix for dine-in or takeout at your nearest branch, or order for delivery by finding Panda Express on GrabFood or Foodpanda, or sending Panda Express Philippines a message on Facebook.

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 is at UGF/GF/FF City Center, SM City North EDSA, Bago Bantay, Quezon City and UG/F SM Megamall A, Ortigas, Mandaluyong City. For delivery orders, find Panda Express on GrabFood or Foodpanda, or send Panda Express Philippines a message on Facebook. For more information, check out Panda Express Philippines' Facebook page.

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