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Hello Panda Express!

Panda Express recently opened its doors to the Filipinos as a response to the growing number of Pinoys who clamor to taste food from popular restaurants abroad. It serves Chinese food, American-style and hails from Glendale, California. Panda Express opened its first branch in SM Megamall.



Filipinos are really excited about having first dibs at Panda Express and even braved the longish line. But every one had their turn and was served piping-hot meals.


Every one also got stamped with this cutey panda!


This was customer number 17's order--- Broccoli Beef, Orange Chicken and Beijing Beef with Fried Rice, and Kung Pao Chicken. Diners are also given Fortune Cookies!


These diners are Panda Express' First Family. According to them, they got lucky when the mall opened and it was serendipity that they found themselves at the restaurant and first in line. According to the management, they will receive 88 days for free dining treat from Panda Express. Yey!


Panda Express is known for its Orange Chicken. Yum!


Can't wait to dine at Panda Express. I guess will wait for the crowd to settle down a bit. I'm excited to try Black Pepper Chicken and Beijing Beef.



Panda Express
Upper Ground Floor
Bldg. A, SM Megamall
Mandaluyong City

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