This is the first Panda Express I've ever been to. The place was kind of hard to find. It's not a separate building facing the road, but part of a shopping plaza. So if you are lazy and like to go through the drive thru when you buy your food, then you should not go to this store location. (I believe there is another one on Day street?) The inside of the restaurant was nice and clean. The cashier was friendly and greeted me when I walked in. I ordered a two entree plate of chow mein, kung pao chicken and mushroom chicken. I had actually wanted to try out the eggplant tofu entree that was listed on the restaurant chain's website, but this location did not have the entree when I came by. I thought the portions were pretty fair for the price I paid ($6.73). I liked the mushroom chicken, though the cooked cucumber slices in it had a kind of unappetizing-looking, congealed substance (Snot-like) look to it. They still tasted good to me, but the apperance of the cucumbers might irk some. The entree had plenty of chicken and mushrooms with some cucmbers. The kung pao chicken was alright. I like spicy foods, but I didn't really like the spicy taste it had. The entree also had a good amount of chicken, cucumber pieces, and red bell pepper pieces along with some pieces of hot peppers and peanuts. The chow mein was different from the chow mein I've had at other restaurants. The noodles were a thinner type and very crinkley. The noodles were also somewhat dry and chewy. There was a fair amount of vegetables in this. (Thinly sliced cabbage, celery and onions I think?)
this is definetly the best del taco in the area. i've been coming to this one for over ten years. the portions always seems bigger and everything always test fresher. this one is always crowded, even late night.
this is a pretty busy mobil, on the corner of allesandrl blvd and indian, next to mcdonalds in the food 4 less parking lot. their gas is a little higher here. but you can get in and out quickly.