REVIEW – Panda Express: Chow Mein, Honey Walnut Shrimp, String Bean Chicken, Orange Chicken, Beijing Beef (Leftovers)
I had Panda Express leftovers as wake-up food in the morning.
The Chow Mein noodles tasted fine, but they were a little dry, and there were too many chunky vegetables.
The Honey Walnut Shrimp was deliciously sweet with a nice honey texture and some crispness. I could definitely do without the walnuts, though.
The String Bean Chicken was good with a nice savory taste, and the string beans weren't too shriveled.
I had some of my boyfriend's Orange Chicken, which was very sweet (sweeter than the Honey Walnut Shrimp). It was also a little too filling for me, but it was still good.
I also tried his Beijing Beef, which was sweet, too tangy, and chewy, and I didn't care for it at all.Food: Chow Mein, Honey Walnut Shrimp, String Bean Chicken, Orange Chicken, Beijing Beef (All leftovers)
Source: Panda Express, Tucson, AZ
Price: $6.25 per 2-entree plate + $1.00 for shrimp
Rating (Chow Mein): OK
Rating (Honey Walnut Shrimp): Delicious
Rating (String Bean Chicken): Good
Rating (Orange Chicken): Good
Rating (Beijing Beef): Blegh