Panda Express Spokane

( 2223 W Wellesley Rd Space A, Spokane, WA 99205; Tel: (509) 325-2238) . When I went to eastern Washington in the city of Spokane, I was more than happy to find out that Panda Express is nearby to where I was staying. I went to Walmart to pick up grocery, I thought of giving it a try. In my last location, there were lots of places to eat: Sushi, Mexican, Indian, Fast Food and what not. Yet, Panda Express somehow managed to find a special place in my heart. Whenever I felt the need for chicken and some veggies, I went there. Every time, I did not have the energy to cook, I would go there. I had lots of friends there and Panda Express was the place to go to have dinner and chat with them. In that location, I was known for being a regular and still they would treat me like they did on Day 1. Every day I went in, they would welcome me just like someone visiting Panda Express for the first time.

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I have always walked in or went for a take away. There is no complain about their service. There is nothing to argue when it is about their price. Many places charge a lot more for their food. I really made a connection with the food there particularly Mushroom Chicken, Orange Chicken, Veggies, Grilled Teriyaki Chicken, Black Pepper Chicken and String Bean Chicken Breast.

Panda Express Spokane

Panda Express Spokane

When I walked out of Walmart with my grocery, I went in to Panda Express. I found the spot moderately gathered for a Tuesday lunch yet I was glad to see that most of the individuals over there were Asian. I feel that addresses the credibility. Another credible touch is that the menu is simple. If you check the menu online, you will get details of the calories including the amount of dietary fiber, carbohydrates and proteins it contains.  Also, many of the items are new to those who just came from Asia. They have made many dishes according to their recipes and ideas such as the Beijing Beef. They claim it is going to be spicy but to me it is not. I am a chicken lover as I mentioned above thus I skipped this dish. Once I tried it and thought I just wasted my money.

It is not that it was not tasty. It was delicious and mind-blowing but I do not like to try anything new besides chicken. Even though this has more calories than a burger, I still felt hungry. I do not understand why friends and family always tell me that chicken will not make me feel full or I will still starve even if I have chicken. Although I was happy when I tried the Honey Walnut Shrimp. I do not understand why other places take more than $10 for this whereas the amount is less than Panda Express. That is why when I went to the Panda Express I ordered the classic Orange Chicken.

They were a portion of the best food I have eaten for a few reasons, one being that they were cooked flawlessly; delicate, however with a firm outside layer from a brisk turn on a hot dish. The other reason was the sauce. Instead of something just sweet, they went with tangy. I also added chicken egg rolls.

I generally get chicken egg rolls and it is astounding how pleasant some of them can be. The same here. They got together burning hot. One nibble uncovered a crackling outside and finely cooked chicken blend inside. It had a taste I could not exactly get my finger on yet it lit up the rolls and finished them to be interesting.

Panda Express Spokane

Panda Express Spokane

The Orange Chicken was sweet and tangy at the same time, which implies no complains. Also, it is not suffocated in a sweet and thick sauce. No without a doubt, the thin pieces of delicate chicken were seared to a perfect golden color.

One item I never liked at Panda Express or anywhere is the Peking Pork. I never like pork and you should not too. This dish has 400 calories with180 calories from fat! If you are trying to lose weight, this seems like the worst choice of food. More importantly, even if you are not trying to shed pounds, this is simply a hazard for health. It has 960 mg of sodium, 19g of sugar and 40mg cholesterol. People complain about the Beijing Beef being unhealthy because of the calories and cholesterol in it. It has 25mg cholesterol, so much less than the pork. It also has 660 mg of sodium.

I also ordered the fresh walnut shrimp was likewise a lovely form of one of my Chinese eatery dishes. The shrimp, stout and delicate, were hurled in that mayo-based sauce that includes such a nice taste.  The huge walnuts added crunch.  Once more, an extraordinary interpretation of a Chinese-American food.  The servers were friendly and quick so I am thinking of going there more often. They will also help you eat healthy when you are confused about your order. The restaurant was really clean even though a lot of people were walking in and out. They ordered from the phone and now taking take-outs. I ordered the fried rice because that is something I cannot make at home. Most people cannot make the Chow Mein at home but I cannot make the rice. This location is getting more popular with each day. Ever since it opened, there is always a crowd. Sometimes, the line extends so much that people have to wait outside. The service and food is equally excellent. The food will always be fresh. It is not possible to get old food from them as the trays finish within half an hour after they keep the dish.

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