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Taste Buds: Panda

New mall eatery is tasty and convenient

January 16, 2014

Multi-tasking. It’s what the Buds do ... pretty much constantly. Last week was no exception, as a holiday-shortened week meant the Buds were busier than bees in a hive catching up on work....

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Jan-21-14 10:19 AM

HEY TASTE BUDS,, curious, does the paper pay for your lunches'

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Jan-21-14 10:17 AM

Sorry, anyone that pays $7.50 for a lunch need their head examined,when you can get all you can eat for $5.99 at KING WO'S in ST.C,, 100 YDS FROM WAL MART. They even have stuffed shrimp.OR the chinese place by Riesbecks in ST. C,all you can eat for $6.25

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Jan-19-14 1:29 PM

Everybody realizes this is a chain restaurant, right? Including the writers?

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Jan-17-14 10:07 AM

I think it would be a better lunch choice to visit one of the area's Chinese buffets where the menu price is lower than this with more variety and endless trips as desired including desserts.

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Jan-16-14 1:13 PM

It is affordable. Well the one in wheeling any way. Actually it's probably the best value for fairly fast food down town. It is extremely sub par to silver and golden chopsticks. I got batter fried shrimp there once and broke out in hives. I'm not allergic to shrimp.

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Jan-16-14 10:13 AM

I'd like to see a throwback column about the original Panda a/k/a Charlie Chan. It was that bizarre "restaurant" with the lone triangle table and 5 stools directly facing a wall.

The value meals were purposely designed to make you sound imbecilic. "Uhhh yes. I will have the #3 Son, a Chicken Chan and a side of ducky sauce."

Then you'd hear this sudden commotion in the back as someone dumped a ziplock bag of freeze dried food into a boiling cauldron of lard. Good memories.

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