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Panda Express Now Available for Delivery

As the country moves deeper into quarantine living, more and more food establishments have began to open shop for take-outs and delivery. In a way, this makes us (those in quarantine) have more food options.

Panda Express started opening its kitchen to deliver its famous Orange Chicken right at your doorstep via food delivery apps GrabFood and FoodPanda.


"We got a lot of craving requests and quite honestly, we also miss our fans. So while we've temporarily closed our store for dine-in, we still want to make our food more accessible, especially during this time of enhanced community quarantine," said Julius Marlon Dela Cruz, Panda Express Brand Manager.

Favorites include: Kung Pao Chicken, Broccoli Beef, which pairs best with Chow Mien.



Delivery locations are for Metro Manila only. Check Panda Express on Facebook and Instragram for more updates.


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