During Lenten season, meat on Fridays is a big no-no. But you don’t have to turn to the same boring fish dinner each week.
Just when you thought food options are limited during the season of Lent, Panda Express®—the world’s largest American Chinese dining concept—has you covered with delicious options including its newest savory dish, Kung Pao Fish.
Available for a limited time only, this seafood-based option will be available on the menu starting March 11 and is exclusively created for Panda Express in the Philippines.
“Filipinos love to add variety to their meals and fish is among their top choices. Whether guests are abstaining from eating red meat during lent or just looking for seafood options, Panda’s newest dish, Kung Pao Fish, is a delicious and filling entree that our loyal guests should try,” said Nina Niguidula, Panda Express Marketing Manager.
Kung Pao Fish is inspired by a classic Panda entrée, Kung Pao Chicken. It is a classic American Chinese dish with Sichuan flavors, packed with vegetables, spices and different textures. Panda Express puts its own unique spin on the dish by using lightly breaded boneless fish, a wide variety of freshly cut vegetables along with crunchy peanuts, all tossed in a flavorful sauce with a kick.
This newest menu addition will be available in all participating Panda Express store locations including Don Antonio and SM North EDSA in Quezon City, SM Megamall in Mandaluyong, SM Grand Central in Caloocan, Robinsons Place Mall in Manila, and Double Dragon Meridian Park in Pasay.
Aside from Kung Pao Fish, guests can try a variety of other plant and seafood-based entrees that fit their dietary needs. Panda’s Eggplant Tofu is a must-try entree made with fresh eggplants, bell peppers, and protein-rich tofu, wok-tossed in a sweet and spicy sauce. Another guest favorite is Honey Walnut Shrimp, made with large tempura-battered shrimp, wok-tossed in a sweet honey sauce and topped with glazed walnuts.
What are you waiting for? Experience the rich taste of American Chinese flavors through dine-in, take-out or delivery through order.pandaexpress.com.ph, GrabFood, or foodpanda.
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