You are reading

Panda Express opens new location in Long Island City

Panda Express in Long Island City. Photo by Michael Dorgan

May 13, 2024 By Czarinna Andres

Panda Express, a popular American Chinese fast-casual restaurant chain, celebrated the opening of its latest outlet on May 1 in Long Island City.

The new restaurant, located at 27-14 Queens Plaza S, offers a variety of fan favorites, including Orange Chicken, Beijing Beef, and Honey Walnut Shrimp.

This opening is part of Panda Express’s ongoing global expansion strategy, which has increased its footprint to over 2,000 locations worldwide. The company says it remains committed to its mission of delivering exceptional Chinese dining experiences and making positive contributions to the communities it serves.

The Long Island City branch is open daily from 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and offers delivery, take-out/pick-up, and in-store dining.

email the author: news@queenspost.com

2 Comments

Click for Comments 
Still Hungry

We ordered and the food was not good and the portions were small for the prices.. you’re better off ordering from your local Chinese restaurant !

Reply
Johnny S

“committed to its mission of delivering exceptional Chinese dining experiences”. That has to be joke of the week. What terrible, poor quality food this is. Thankfully the 7 train leads to Flushing for the truth in that statement.

Reply

Leave a Comment
Reply to this Comment

All comments are subject to moderation before being posted.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Recent News

Preserving Tradition, Embracing Innovation: A Journey through Katz’s Delicatessen

May. 22, 2024 by Jill Carvajal

In this episode of Schneps Connects, we delve into the captivating history and enduring legacy of Katz’s Delicatessen, a cherished institution in New York City since 1888. Jake Dell, the fifth-generation custodian of Katz’s, joins us to recount the deli’s evolution amidst the ever-changing landscape of NYC. From its iconic “Send a Salami to Your Boy in the Army” campaign to the traditional ticket system, Jake shares insights into the family business and invaluable lessons for entrepreneurs, especially in the demanding restaurant industry of NYC. He unveils some of Katz’s secrets, including the meticulous pastrami-making process that sets them apart, and discusses the enduring allure that keeps customers lining up daily. From expanding catering services to international shipping, Jake reflects on the milestones and challenges of running Katz’s, highlighting his proudest achievements and future aspirations. With a nod to its celebrity following and film appearances, Jake offers a glimpse into the deli’s cultural impact and what lies ahead for this beloved New York institution.