Panda Express is a fast food chain famous for serving American-Chinese food to its customers. They first founded and basically started their operation in the United States of America. Panda Express chains are usually located inside food courts of certain shopping malls around the country. Right now, they ventured into adding more branches inside airports, casinos, universities, and other venues.
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As of 2015, Panda Express already has 1,700 branches all around the world. 46 of them in US, and the other scattered in the territories of Guam, Korea, Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the United Arab Emirates. These units are owned by the company and are not franchised by any individual.
The menu in Panda Express is consisted of Chinese-inspired cuisines including the Beijing Beef, Grilled Teriyaki Chicken, Orange Chicken, Firecracker Chicken Breast and the famous Kung Pao Chicken. Since rice is a staple food in China, customers can choose the combo meals to add steamed or fried rice, or mixed vegetables for the vegans.
Their menu is divided into eight different categories. They offer chicken entrees, beef entrees, seafood entrees, regional entrees, sides, appetizers, desserts, and drinks. Panda Express is very keen with their nutrition that’s why a nutrition calculator is available for use in their official website.
Their beef entrees include the Beijing Beef, Shanghai Angus Steak, and the Broccoli Beef. Their seafood entrees only have one option, the Honey Walnut Shrimp. Their regional entrees also only has one viand, the Eggplant Tofu.
Chinese food won’t be complete without the famous dimsums. Panda Express offers these following on their appetizers: Chicken Potsticker, Cream Cheese Rangoon, Chicken Egg Roll, Veggie Spring Roll, and the Crispy Shrimp.
The Chinese are also famous with their fortune cookies which is included on their desserts option. They also have the classic Chocolate Chunk Cookie on this per se.