On a hot day, there’s nothing better than a refreshing iced tea. And when it comes to iced tea, Panda Express is one of the best places to go. Panda Express offers a variety of iced tea flavors, including black tea, green tea, and mango iced tea. All of their iced teas are made with fresh ingredients and are sure to quench your thirst.Panda Express iced tea is also very affordable. A medium iced tea costs only ₱45. And if you’re really thirsty, you can upgrade to a large for just ₱55.

Panda Express Menu Prices Philippines

Panda Express Menu Prices Philippines



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Iced Tea

Panda Express Iced Tea is a popular beverage choice among customers in the Philippines. It is a refreshing and sweet drink that is perfect for a hot day. The tea is made with fresh ingredients and is brewed to perfection. It is then served cold and sweetened with sugar.

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Panda Express Opening & Closing Hours

Tuesday10 am–10 pm
Wednesday(All Saints’ Day)10 am–10 pmHours might differ
Thursday(All Souls Day)10 am–10 pmHours might differ
Friday10 am–10 pm
Saturday10 am–10 pm
Sunday10 am–10 pm
Monday10 am–10 pm
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Located in: SM Megamall Building A

Address: Upper Ground Floor, SM Megamall, Building A, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines

How much is in a large Panda Express entree?

In a large Panda Express, a Panda Express representative told Thrillist that the large entrees come in 26-ounce servings, which is enough food to feed four people.

Is Panda Express available in the Philippines?

Yes, Panda Express is available in the Philippines, Panda Express Greenhills located at Ground Floor, Parking 6, Promenade Mall, Greenhills, San Juan is officially open with exciting treats for you!

Who Owns Panda Express Philippines?

Panda Express Philippines is owned by Jollibee Foods Corporation.

Why there is no panda in the Philippines?

Panda is not available in the Philippines because MANILA, Philippines – Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. has declined a Chinese offer of a panda for the Philippines, saying the country cannot let another animal starve to death.

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