LOOK: Here’s what’s going to be on the Panda Express Manila menu

Rappler.com
Orange you glad you'll be getting your orange chicken fix (and more) very soon?

MANILA MENU. Panda Express revealed some of the dishes they'll be serving at their first Manila branch. Photo courtesy of Panda Express Philippines

MANILA, Philippines – It’s happening! One of the largest American-Chinese fast food chains is heading to its first Manila branch at SM Megamall, Pasig City on Thursday, December 12, and we know your excited tastebuds can hardly wait for some of that orange chicken.

Aside from the best-selling Original Orange Chicken classic (wok-tossed crispy chicken coated in a sweet-tangy sauce,) they’ve got deets on the other dishes hungry diners can expect from Panda Express’ Philippine menu.

ORANGE CHICKEN. Photo courtesy of Panda Express Philippines

Coming our way is Panda Express’ Broccoli Beef, broccoli and beef tossed in a ginger-soy sauce, and the Beijing Beef, which mixes in bell peppers and onions with a sweet-tangy sauce. 

BROCCOLI BEEF. Photo courtesy of Panda Express Philippines

Kung Pao Chicken will also be on the menu, which is a Szechwan-inspired dish made with chicken, peanuts, veggies, and chili peppers.

There’s also their String Bean Chicken to get excited about – chicken breast, string beans, and onions wok-tossed in a ginger-soy sauce.   

STRING BEAN CHICKEN. Photo courtesy of Panda Express Philippines

More chicken incoming – Panda Express will also have Asian Grilled Chicken, a grilled chicken thigh served with teriyaki sauce, as well as Mushroom Chicken, a medley of chicken, mushrooms, and zucchini, wok-tossed in a light ginger-soy sauce.

ASIAN GRILLED CHICKEN. Photo courtesy of Panda Express Philippines

KUNG PAO CHICKEN. Photo courtesy of Panda Express Philippines

EGGPLANT TOFU. Photo courtesy of Panda Express Philippines

For the plant-based diners, don’t worry, because Panda Express’ gotchu with their sweet-spicy Eggplant Tofu, a vegetarian-friendly dish made of lightly-browned tofu, eggplant, and red bell peppers. – Rappler.com