Honey Sesame Chicken Breast Is Back at Panda Express

Panda Express has brought back its Honey Sesame Chicken Breast for a limited time only.  Honey Sesame Chicken Breast was first introduced in 2013 and is “made with thin, crispy strips of all-white meat chicken tossed with fresh-cut string beans, crisp yellow bell peppers in a sizzling hot wok with our new delicious honey sauce and topped off with sesame seeds.” Nutrition info: 420 calories, 22 grams of fat, 480 milligrams of sodium, 40 grams of carbs, 19 grams of sugar, 16 grams of protein.

Honey Sesame Chicken Breast

8 comments on “Honey Sesame Chicken Breast Is Back at Panda Express

  1. Dank meme bro says:

    A panda express is opening up finally near me, how is it? Is it cheap? I can’t see paying prices that I could pay at a better place.

    • Bubbsy says:

      It’s a fast food mini-buffet takeout joint. It’s expensive – $7-8, you pick rice or noodles, and they give you a little scoop of 2 or 3 different “Asian-style” dishes (like beef/broccoli, General’s chicken, Kung Pao, etc). Add more $ for an egg roll or soup. Because it’s fast-food style and they have a limited selection of options there’s better turnover and it’s a little fresher. But if you have a decent Chinese joint nearby you’d spend half as much getting take-out from their buffet and have heaps more variety.

    • rodney says:

      It’s fast food Chinese, good enough, and reasonably priced. Their chow mein is great, I also like the Beijing beef and the orange chicken. I discovered a little local Chinese place that has a good sized dinner for 5 bucks, not sure how they make it so cheap, so I usually go there now. Before I found it though, I ate at Panda Express quite a bit.

      • Jay says:

        We have a local place that has been in business for 20 years. No buffet. Kung pao chicken, fried rice, and an egg roll for lunch… $3.80

        And, it’s good.

        Boom.

        Blows my mind. No idea how they do it.

    • Jonathan Wayne says:

      Panda Express is half to a third of the food you will get from an independent Chinese restaurant for twice the price. The orange chicken is good enough that I will go there every once in awhile but 90% of the time I will go to an independent Chinese place.

  2. Esther says:

    [sits outside PE til they open tomorrow]

  3. Stephanie says:

    But is the fried rice with real eggs back at PE? That’s what I’m waiting for. Can’t stand the new egg-less fried rice!

  4. Robert says:

    Their fried rice has always been abysmal. The chow mein noodles are outstanding. Always get half that, half veggies. I love Panda.

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