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  • Anthony K.

    Came here well before closing. Was told they were done cooking for the night. Difference between businesses now-a-days and businesses in the past is that a business in the past would never turn down money. I guess the big corp doesnt need the several peoples money that walked away. Either way, they had a few things left. Lord knows how long they were sitting out but they sold them to me and offered me a few extra things at no charge, (im assuming since they were out of a lot of the options). Nice gesture though. What ever happened to working up intil the hours of operations were over and then cleaning up. I seem to run into a lot of this lately.

    (3)
  • Tyler F.

    One of the best fast-food Chinese restaurants ever! I come to this place at least twice a week. Every time I always order 2 entrees of orange chicken and 1 entree of white rice. The chicken and rice are never not fresh and so good. I can't wait to come back!

    (5)
  • Casey C.

    Although the food is always the usual panda express tasty I could see that the girl helping me was counting the shrimp I ordered. I understand that you're only supposed to give so much product but really? Don't make it obvious. And while I was ordering she was just staring blankly like I was dumb with how I ordered. It's not the food that I have a problem with. It was the service. If it had been better I did have more I wanted to order but I didn't want to be glared at any more

    (2)
  • Shelley Y.

    TRUST ME. I'm Asian. I know Awesome Asian (like myself, Jackie Chan & Panda Express), I know un-awesome Asian (like PSY's Gangnam Style). I rate according the category - Panda is clearly a fast food place so amongst quick food this is for sure a 5-star. I'm surprised b/c you see, I'm Asian and I'd make fun of my friends who go here b/c I'd always think it's not real Chinese food. When I think authentic Chinese I'm always drawn to dim-sum or a foodie-foo foo place that is $$. BUT, I am brilliantly surprised by my new liking of $ Chinese! This is NOT like the greasy all-fried places that I dislike, similar to chicken's feet. This is modern and fresh...and (mostly) healthy. I love that I can get a 2-entree dish for under 7 buck-a-roos...and they cook up fresh veggies if you don't want the noodle or rice carb. I LOVE the perfectly steamed broccoli and green beans that have just a bit of crunch to them! The modern decor and counter ordering is nice and easy. And to see all the fresh cut veggies in plastic bins in the fridge window is awesome...they don't use those horrible frozen square carrots and peas here!

    (5)
  • Kacey K.

    Terrible. Just, terrible. Our food was stone cold and the service was just as icy. My fiancé (after spending the last two hours driving here with a fussy toddler on our mini-vacay to Portland), nearly lost his flipping mind when our server replied "obviously" like a snotty, entitled teenager. His question? "Is the kid's meal drink from the fountain?" A pretty legit question, considering we don't let our 23-month old drink soda for God's sake..... But the food actually concerned me because it was so cold. I didn't let my son eat it, & we picked up a pizza from the Little Cesar's next door instead. You've been warned!

    (1)
  • Scott S.

    Awesome service! Always fresh and delicious! I ordered a 2 entries and mixed rice with chow mien. Broccoli beef with orange chicken! Definitely delicious to the hella max!

    (5)
  • William J.

    Awful service by one of the male workers yesterday. Signs clearly say they open at 10:30. Arrived in the rain at 10:50 and doors are still locked. Guy working inside holds up a finger telling me one minute. Proceeded to wait several minutes before he walked to the door pretending to unlock it but instead stood there on the phone while customers waited in the rain. You know who you are if your reading this and my advice is you find a new profession. Something where you aren't dealing with the public and costing a company money with bad service. A month ago I showed up around the same time and guess what....cooks never showed up for work. Guessing it's the same guy leaving customers waiting in the rain. Females workers covering the orders did an amazing job covering and cooking for this guy while still working the front.

    (1)
  • Andy B.

    How does this Panda Express fail at making their signature orange chicken every time I come here?! I think they're either being way too stingy on the sauce or they just had the chicken sitting out so long it all dried up and hardened. That's pretty much how all their food at this location tastes...like it's been sitting under the heat lamps for several hours too long. I've tried it several times because of its convenient location, but it's been terrible every time. Now I drive the extra miles to the Lake Oswego/Bridgeport location and avoid this place. Sad Panda indeed.

    (1)
  • Mandy F.

    My husband and I got food poisoning from here and went to emergency room and the doctor diagnosed us with food poisoning and they will not take liability for it. They don't care at all if you got sick from there food. Don't eat here!!!

    (1)
  • Jessica K.

    Sad Panda. This is the closest Panda Express to me. They are always out of at least two of the items with the rest of the items half full and unappealing and for some reason the cook is never making more. The food, if they have any, is not as good as the other locations. I don't know how you can mess it up! Also very very slow.... I've seen lines twice as long at other locations move twice as fast.

    (1)
  • Shawn H.

    Pretty good for the price. Try the baby panda or maybe the dog.

    (4)
  • Anthony K.

    Came here well before closing. Was told they were done cooking for the night. Difference between businesses now-a-days and businesses in the past is that a business in the past would never turn down money. I guess the big corp doesnt need the several peoples money that walked away. Either way, they had a few things left. Lord knows how long they were sitting out but they sold them to me and offered me a few extra things at no charge, (im assuming since they were out of a lot of the options). Nice gesture though. What ever happened to working up intil the hours of operations were over and then cleaning up. I seem to run into a lot of this lately.

    (3)
  • Tyler F.

    One of the best fast-food Chinese restaurants ever! I come to this place at least twice a week. Every time I always order 2 entrees of orange chicken and 1 entree of white rice. The chicken and rice are never not fresh and so good. I can't wait to come back!

    (5)
  • Casey C.

    Although the food is always the usual panda express tasty I could see that the girl helping me was counting the shrimp I ordered. I understand that you're only supposed to give so much product but really? Don't make it obvious. And while I was ordering she was just staring blankly like I was dumb with how I ordered. It's not the food that I have a problem with. It was the service. If it had been better I did have more I wanted to order but I didn't want to be glared at any more

    (2)
  • Shelley Y.

    TRUST ME. I'm Asian. I know Awesome Asian (like myself, Jackie Chan & Panda Express), I know un-awesome Asian (like PSY's Gangnam Style). I rate according the category - Panda is clearly a fast food place so amongst quick food this is for sure a 5-star. I'm surprised b/c you see, I'm Asian and I'd make fun of my friends who go here b/c I'd always think it's not real Chinese food. When I think authentic Chinese I'm always drawn to dim-sum or a foodie-foo foo place that is $$. BUT, I am brilliantly surprised by my new liking of $ Chinese! This is NOT like the greasy all-fried places that I dislike, similar to chicken's feet. This is modern and fresh...and (mostly) healthy. I love that I can get a 2-entree dish for under 7 buck-a-roos...and they cook up fresh veggies if you don't want the noodle or rice carb. I LOVE the perfectly steamed broccoli and green beans that have just a bit of crunch to them! The modern decor and counter ordering is nice and easy. And to see all the fresh cut veggies in plastic bins in the fridge window is awesome...they don't use those horrible frozen square carrots and peas here!

    (5)
  • Kacey K.

    Terrible. Just, terrible. Our food was stone cold and the service was just as icy. My fiancé (after spending the last two hours driving here with a fussy toddler on our mini-vacay to Portland), nearly lost his flipping mind when our server replied "obviously" like a snotty, entitled teenager. His question? "Is the kid's meal drink from the fountain?" A pretty legit question, considering we don't let our 23-month old drink soda for God's sake..... But the food actually concerned me because it was so cold. I didn't let my son eat it, & we picked up a pizza from the Little Cesar's next door instead. You've been warned!

    (1)
  • Scott S.

    Awesome service! Always fresh and delicious! I ordered a 2 entries and mixed rice with chow mien. Broccoli beef with orange chicken! Definitely delicious to the hella max!

    (5)
  • William J.

    Awful service by one of the male workers yesterday. Signs clearly say they open at 10:30. Arrived in the rain at 10:50 and doors are still locked. Guy working inside holds up a finger telling me one minute. Proceeded to wait several minutes before he walked to the door pretending to unlock it but instead stood there on the phone while customers waited in the rain. You know who you are if your reading this and my advice is you find a new profession. Something where you aren't dealing with the public and costing a company money with bad service. A month ago I showed up around the same time and guess what....cooks never showed up for work. Guessing it's the same guy leaving customers waiting in the rain. Females workers covering the orders did an amazing job covering and cooking for this guy while still working the front.

    (1)
  • Andy B.

    How does this Panda Express fail at making their signature orange chicken every time I come here?! I think they're either being way too stingy on the sauce or they just had the chicken sitting out so long it all dried up and hardened. That's pretty much how all their food at this location tastes...like it's been sitting under the heat lamps for several hours too long. I've tried it several times because of its convenient location, but it's been terrible every time. Now I drive the extra miles to the Lake Oswego/Bridgeport location and avoid this place. Sad Panda indeed.

    (1)
  • Mandy F.

    My husband and I got food poisoning from here and went to emergency room and the doctor diagnosed us with food poisoning and they will not take liability for it. They don't care at all if you got sick from there food. Don't eat here!!!

    (1)
  • Jessica K.

    Sad Panda. This is the closest Panda Express to me. They are always out of at least two of the items with the rest of the items half full and unappealing and for some reason the cook is never making more. The food, if they have any, is not as good as the other locations. I don't know how you can mess it up! Also very very slow.... I've seen lines twice as long at other locations move twice as fast.

    (1)
  • Shawn H.

    Pretty good for the price. Try the baby panda or maybe the dog.

    (4)

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Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Bike Parking : No
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Quiet
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Caters : No

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Chinese Cuisine

The popularity of Chinese food in America can be adjudicated by the appearance of China Town in many major cities in the United State of America. The popular trend of ordering or opting for Chinese take away food isn't unknown in America. Chinese take away food comes to rescue when you're too tired from work or too exhausted to cook. No one can resist the temptation of eating spicy noodles, shrimp, chicken, beef or pork cooked in the sweet and spicy sauce. The cooking method of authentic Chinese food is a lot different compared to what is served in America.

Generally, Chinese use dark meat small bones and organs to cook dishes but this changes when you are eating American-Chinese fusion food prepared using white boneless meat cooked with broccoli, carrots and onions. Back in China, the food is less spicy and oily as they favor steaming and braising method for cooking the most popular dishes. So, if you have a taste for authentic Chinese food, then try finding a real Chinese restaurant in the city. You can also try the most popular fusion Chinese food like Pecking Duck, Chicken Feet, Hot Pot, Shrimp Dumpling Soup, Mapo Tofu, Wontons, Chop Suey, Egg Rolls and not to forget Fortune Cookies.

There are not many restaurants in America serving authentic Chinese food. A little research on Restaurant Listings directory can help you locate the best Chinese restaurants in the city. Chinese cuisine is continuously evolving, and you can find a variety of dishes categorized as the food for lactose intolerant, gluten intolerant, vegan, vegetarian, and diabetic friendly. So, if you have a group of friends with different taste patterns, save the hassle and visit the nearest Chinese restaurant in your city.

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