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NEW RESTO ALERT: Panda Express Goes To SM North Edsa

Panda Express, America's popular Asian dining concept goes north with the opening of its second store at SM North Edsa this coming February 12. Just in time to usher in the Chinese New Year!


Those who reside in the north and nearby areas who crave for classic favorite Broccoli Beef, and Panda Express' famous Original Orange Chicken need not brave the traffic because Panda Express is opening at SM North Edsa. Yes, Panda Express is opening at SM North Edsa on February 12 ;)


And as a treat to usher in the celebration of the Lunar New Year, Panda Express will feature a lantern-festival themed photo wall installation, which allows customers who line up during the day to pick red envelopes from the interactive display containing freebies. Lucky customers may claim prizes upon presentation of their winning fortunes in store. To ensure safety of both crew members and guests, Panda Express will also observe proper physical distancing and health protocols.


Food delivery is also available for those who wish to dine at home. Panda Express will be available via Facebook Messenger and food delivery apps including: GrabFood and FoodPanda. Delivery locations are within Metro Manila only.


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