Panda Express reveals menu for first Manila branch

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Panda Express reveals menu for first Manila branch

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It’s a green light for the Orange Chicken—and more!

Panda Express, the largest American Chinese dining concept in the world, is giving Filipino foodies a first look at its celebrated menu items before it opens its first branch at SM Megamall in Ortigas, Pasig City.

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Homegrown fast food giant Jollibee Foods Corp. (JFC) revealed today that they are bringing the same Panda Express menu from abroad to the country.

Get ready for bold and savory flavors cooked fresh straight from the woks, with each dish thoughtfully prepared—from hand-cut vegetables to house-made sauces—making every dining experience even more satisfying.

Among the Panda Express staples that are coming to Manila is the best-seller signature dish Original Orange Chicken, a wok-tossed crispy chicken in a sweet and tangy sauce.

The classic favorite Broccoli Beef made of tender beef and fresh broccoli in ginger soy sauce is also expected to satisfy local foodies.

Other American Chinese favorites to be served are:

Kung Pao Chicken

A Szechwan-inspired dish with chicken, peanuts, and vegetables, finished with chili peppers

String Bean Chicken

Chicken breast, string beans, and onions wok-tossed in a mild ginger soy sauce

Asian Grilled Chicken

Grilled chicken thigh hand-sliced to order and served with teriyaki sauce

Mushroom Chicken

A delicate combination of chicken, mushrooms, and zucchini wok-tossed with a light ginger soy sauce

 Beijing Beef

Crispy beef, bell peppers, and onions in a sweet-tangy sauce

And if you’re on a plant-based diet, the sweet and spicy Eggplant Tofu packs some bold flavors minus the meat.

Eggplant Tofu

Lightly browned tofu, eggplant, and red bell peppers tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce

As the world’s go-to for American Chinese food, Panda Express has been known for creating a wide variety of industry-first cuisines using authentic Chinese recipes adapted to global taste and—soon—targeting the Filipino palate.

So Manila, ready your appetite for a Panda Express gastronomic ride.

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