To be honest, I wanted this to be a $5 Panda Express Gift Card, but $10 was the minimum amount. I guess that makes sense since you can’t really buy much at the fast food chain with that much money. A two-entree plate costs $8, and I think a one-entree bowl is $6.50. Maybe you could buy a lot of fortune cookies with $5. Are the fortune cookies available for purchase?
The biggest release for Panda Express this year was its own version of General Tso’s Chicken, an iconic American Chinese dish. The chain also introduced a new shrimp dish, the Pacific Chili Shrimp, not an iconic American Chinese dish.
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