Panda Junction opens second outlet
South-east Asian cuisine provider The Flying Monk recently inaugurated the second outlet of its quick serve restaurant chain Panda Junction, offering Chinese food at the Park Street here.
Present at the occasion was Tollywood actress Riddhima Ghosh along with the children from non-profit organization Child Rights and You (CRY).
According to the officials, the thought behind Panda Junction is to serve affordable Chinese food with attractive offers and combos to those who believe in a quick meal.
The restaurant chain is targeted towards office goers and students who spend regularly on eating out. The idea is to serve quality food which is readily available and quick to serve, the officials noted.
Actress Riddhima Ghosh said, "It feels great to come here. I feel very sad about these under-privileged children because we remain very busy thinking about our own selves. I was always involved with the poor homeless kids in my school life as we used to teach them in our off periods. So I am very attached to these kids."
The menu includes a non-veg double Panda Combo (1 Rice/Noodle of choice + 2 starters/side dishes of choice) which would cost only Rs. 170 plus taxes and the veg double Panda Combo (1 Rice/Noodle of choice + 2 starters/side dishes of choice) will cost Rs. 135 plus taxes.
The Slim Panda Combo (1 Rice/Noodle of choice + 1 starters/side dishes of choice) would cost Rs. 100 plus taxes for veg and Rs. 120 plus taxes for non-veg meal.
There is also an additional A La Carte menu to choose from.
A new introduction is the breakfast menu which includes, 'Wake Up Quick' breakfast that serves Chinese burgers.
The options one can get are Dim Sum Hanbao, Beijing Potato Hanbao from the veg section and Oriental Chicken Supreme Hanbao and Chicken Dim Sum
Hanbao from the non-vegetarian lovers.
With this new launch in the pipeline, Panda Junction is all set to launch 10 outlets in the city within next one year.
(Posted on 20-12-2013)