Panda Express Prices

Panda Express is a fast food restaurant serving American Chinese food. Panda Express prices tend to be lower than the local mom and pop Chinese restaurants. They mainly operate in United States and have over 1,500 restaurants nationwide.

Panda Express offers similar food as other Chinese restaurants except it is more streamlined due to being fast food. It offers many meals such as Mandarin chicken, Beijing beef, and Kung Pao chicken. The restaurant does not add MSG to any of its meals and it does not purchase food supply from suppliers that use MSG.

Below are the latest Panda Express menu prices.

Food
Size
Price

Create Your Plate

Available Sides: Mixed Veggies, Chow Mein, Steamed Rice, and Fried Rice

Any 1 Side & 2 Entrees$6.59
Any 1 Side & 3 Entrees$8.08

Bowl

Any 1 Side and 1 Entree$5.59

Kid's Meal

Guests 11 and Under

Any 1 Jr. Side, 1 Jr. Entree, 12 oz. Drink and Cookie$4.79

Family Feast

Serves 4-5

2 Large Sides and 3 Large Entrees$30.00

A La Carte

Any SideSingle$2.50
Any SideLarge$3.50
Any EntreeSingle$3.50
Any EntreeLarge$9.50

Add-On

Add to Any Plate for $1.49

Sweet & Sour Chicken$1.49
Cream Cheese Rangoons3 Pc.$1.49
Veggie Spring Rolls2 Pc.$1.49
Chicken Egg Roll1 Pc.$1.49

Drinks

Fountain DrinkSmall$1.59
Fountain DrinkMedium$1.79
Fountain DrinkLarge$1.99
Bottled Water$1.79
Juices & Specialty$1.89
Premium$2.09

Available Entrees

Not all entrees are available at every location.

Chicken EntreesBeef EntreesShrimp Entrees
Orange ChickenSamurai Surf & TurfSamurai Surf & Turf
Grilled Teriyaki ChickenBeijing BeefPeppercorn Shrimp
Sweetfire Chicken BreastShanghai Angus SteakHoney Walnut Shrimp
String Bean Chicken BreastBroccoli Beef
Kung Pao Chicken
Mandarin Chicken
Mushroom Chicken
Black Pepper Chicken

Panda Express pricesPanda Express was founded in 1983 in Pasadena, California by Andrew Cherng, Peggy Cherng, and Ming Tsai Cherng. They have tried to make Panda Express prices competitive with rest of the fast food industry.

Panda Express is the largest fast food restaurant chain specializing in Chinese food in United States. The restaraunt employs over 19,000 people which shows its massive growth in the fast food industry.

For more information, view the official Panda Express website.

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  1. James
    James April 18, 2014 at 8:12 pm |

    I was surprised after looking at your website and then going to the local store and was told that the honey walnut shrimp was $1.25 extra. Otherwise, the meal was very tasty but I am reluctant to return lest I am surprised again.

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  2. Donna
    Donna April 25, 2014 at 8:25 pm |

    I went to Panda Express to get my granddaughter and myself dinner. The bill was almost $16.00 for two of us. When I looked around to get us a fortune cookie, they were no longer there. I looked back at the counter and it said Fortune Cookies .99 cents. Are you not giving them free anymore? That was part of the “draw” to Panda Express. What happened?

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  3. Betty K.
    Betty K. May 29, 2014 at 4:47 pm |

    A couple of friends and I got together for lunch Sunday afternoon. I had never had anything from Panda Express so I sampled their food and I must say I was very surprised at how good it was. I really enjoyed the Mushroom Chicken and the Beijing Beef. The Chow Mein and Fried Rice were also good. I did not, however, care for the Egg Roll or Cream Cheese Rangoons. I do believe I will have to try other dishes like Honey Walnut Shrimp and Shanghai Angus Steak.

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  4. juditha
    juditha May 30, 2014 at 3:44 pm |

    I recently tried Panda Express and now eat there or get take-out once a week. It took a few trips to finally figure out what was the best combo, and the best value, IMO. The chow mein with three sides, teryaki chicken, orange chicken and honey walnut shrimp is my favorite. Get the teryaki sauce on the side. If preferred you can get 1/2 chow mein and half fried rice. I was a little taken aback at the extra charge for the shrimp, since the serving is relatively small, 7 pcs. (or 8 pcs. if you luck out!). But it is so good, I just figure it in as the total cost of my meal. And the fortune cookies have always been thrown in free of charge at the Panda Express where I eat. I recommend accepting their offer of a free sample or two each time. Still usually always order the same thing.

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  5. Kaiden Johnson
    Kaiden Johnson June 22, 2014 at 12:58 am |

    I like Panda Express a little bit. But what I’m really crazy about is there sweet and sour chicken. I don’t really worry about the price cause it’s just so good!!! MMM…..

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  6. Te'a Rodriguez
    Te'a Rodriguez August 6, 2014 at 12:08 pm |

    Panda express is my favorite restaurant ever. I don’t live close to one but me and my sister drive down every now and then. Or we go to the mall and its just so delectable!

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  7. megan
    megan August 6, 2014 at 12:50 pm |

    I’m pregnant and I live like five mins from Panda express and that is all I ever want to eat. Everytime I’m there I get 2 entrees and a side. I’ll get double orange chicken and my side is chow mein.

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  8. James
    James August 12, 2014 at 9:59 pm |

    To little there putting in the plate not enough and the last time I order in drive thru I have to wait 15 minutes for the angus steak to cook….that’s why it called drive thru to be more fast….

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  9. Diane
    Diane August 23, 2014 at 7:07 pm |

    I wish it was more reasonably priced. Can’t afford it.

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  10. Raymond
    Raymond August 27, 2014 at 1:58 am |

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