Panda Express' Famous Orange Chicken Is Now Available In Party Trays

You'll need a lot of rice for this.

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When people think of Panda Express, there's only one dish that comes to mind: Orange Chicken. It's their signature dish made with boneless crispy fried chicken that's wok-tossed in a sweet and spicy orange sauce. If you're a big fan of this tangy and slightly spicy chicken dish, you'll be glad to know that the Chinese-American fast-food chain is now offering the Orange Chicken in party trays.

Photo by Panda Express Philippines Facebook page

Panda Express' Orange Chicken party tray is sold at P1,500 and is good for 10-15 people. But if you want to add other tasty party trays, Panda Express is also offering party trays of their premium and regular entrees like the Kung Pao Chicken, Broccoli Beef, Savory Shrimp, Asian Grilled Chicken, Shanghai Steak, Black Pepper Chicken, and Eggplant Tofu.

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And if you're getting a party tray-sized entree, this definitely calls for a party tray-sized side dish! Their side dish selection includes Fried Rice, Mixed Veggies, and Chow Mein, which is a stir-fried wheat noodle dish with onions, celery, and cabbage.

You can order this when you dine-in or take-out at their only existing branch at SM Megamall, or you can also have it delivered via GrabFood and foodpanda.

Panda Express is located at the Upper Ground Floor SM Megamall, Building A, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila. 


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