- Mon - Thu 11:00 am - 10:00 pm, Fri - Sat 11:30 am - 10:30 pm, Sun 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
- General Info:
- Panda Express is a chain of quick-service restaurants that maintains more than 1,200 locations in the United States, Puerto Rico and Japan. Founded in 1983, the chain has annual revenues of over $1 billion. Its restaurants specialize in Chinese fast food and serve a selection of chicken, beef, pork and seafood items. The chain s menu includes chow mein, steamed rice, spring rolls, and orange, mushroom and potato chicken. Its restaurants also offer kids menus and party trays. Panda Express provides catering services and gift cards of several denominations. The chain supports various community-based organizations through its fundraising events. Panda Express is a part of Panda Restaurant Group, which also operates Panda Inn and Hibachi-San.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (818) 502-1730
Phone: (323) 245-0056
Primary Phone: (323) 245-0056
Fax Number: (818) 502-1730
- Payment method:
- discover, all major credit cards
- City Center
Panda Inn Restaurant
- Chinese Restaurants, Asian Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: On Site
Cuisines: Asian, Chinese, Pan Asian, Omelets
Alcohol: Full Bar
Price Range : Average
Posted: 10/21/2008Provided by Citysearch -
extremely SLOW service, it took 20 minutes to order in a somewhat empty house, might have been understaffed but there is no reason for it to take 20 minutes to bring change back from a $100 bill at the end of dinner, and all $20's at that! Did the waitress expect us not to tip her b/c she knew her service was bad. She did not bring back any small bills! Ordered the crispy chicken with garlic sauce...not sure if the sauce was made in house or not, but I think they OD'd on the soy sauce addition to the recipe very salty, hardly any garlic flavoring. Shanghai wonton soup was good, sweet and sour pork was average. Nothing to write home about, just to City Search. I don't recommend this location, can't speak for the others.
Posted: 11/23/2007Provided by Citysearch -
If you're looking for authentic Mandarin Chinese food...this is not what you're looking for. Don't get me wrong...I like Panda Inn...my husband and I eat dinner here every few weeks. We enjoy the Orange Beef. They make a decent Mabo Dofu (but they call it something else) and the service is always pleasant. So, what's non-authentic about it? I suppose the best example is that they offer brown rice as a menu alternative. Although not strictly true to authentic Mandarin style, the offerings at Panda Inn are always made to order with fresh ingredients. To top it off, the service here has always been excellent, the staff courteous and friendly. Oh...and don't forget the ever traditional, chocolate dipped fortune cooking. :-D
Posted: 11/14/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I have been here several times and just love it. I've been eating at the Pasadena location since I was very young, and have been to others around LA and San Diego, but I have a thing for this one. Before getting to the food, I have to point out that this is probably the worst parking lot I've seen for a chain restaurant. It's way too small and it's not uncommon to wait a very long time to find a spot. Once inside, it's generally not too crowded and I love their strawberry lemonaide! I order the Sauteed Shrimp, which isn't on the menu but consists of a giant plate of shrimp in lobster sauce; that's it. But it's really good. I really like their hot-and-sour soup here as well. Less greasy than other places I've been, and no MSG!