American Chinese Cuisine!
Combining traditional Chinese flavors with American flare, Panda Express serves up some delicious meals for everyone to enjoy.
Panda Express is located on the left side of the pathway as you head towards Transformers: The Ride – 3D underneath the Studio Commissary sign.
These plates are pre-chosen versions of what would be considered a two-entree plate at a typical Panda Express restaurant.
#1 Plate – Orange Chicken and Broccoli Beef with fried rice and chow mein (Editor’s Choice!).
#2 Plate – Orange Chicken and Kung Pao Chicken with fried rice and chow mein.
#3 Plate – Double Orange Chicken with fried rice and chow mein.
#4 Plate – Kung Pao Chicken and Broccoli Beef with fried rice and chow mein.
#5 Plate – Orange Chicken and Beijing Beef with fried rice and chow mein.
Sushi and Rolls
Along with the traditional plates, this Panda Express location serves a variety of premade sushi rolls. The selection varies depending on availability but generally includes the following:
Shrimp Sushi, Sushi Combo, Spicy Tuna Roll, California Roll, Cucumber Roll, and Rainbow Roll.
Veggie Spring Rolls (2)
Chicken Egg Roll (1)
Coca Cola product Fountain Sodas, Starbucks coffee and Tazo teas, bottled water, and imported beer.
The selection varies but generally includes Brookies (combination brownie and cookie), rice crispy treats, and chocolate chip cookies.
While the menu features pre-designed plates, guests still have the option to customize their plate to their liking. Just ask an employee behind the counter! They will gladly create a plate tailored just for you. Editor Tip: Packs of sriracha and soy sauce are available at each utensil station! A little bit of spice can make your plate that much better.
Great for Groups and Families
These plates are huge and can easily be shared between two people. If you have a big group, we recommend ordering a few plates to share amongst everyone. Don’t forget to add some veggie spring rolls and chicken egg rolls to the mix! Everyone is certain to be satisfied.
Beware of Crowds
This is one of only two full-dining establishments on the Lower Lot, which means that this restaurant tends to get very crowded. And while the wide variety of choices is very convenient, it also leads to a long line of people trying to make a decision. We recommend visiting this location either slightly before or slightly after typical meal times to help avoid crowds. It is also important to at least have an idea of what you want to eat in order to help speed up the process.