Is this your business?
The food is ok, but they barely give you any rice and their portions are really small. The combo is not worth $9. They use spaghetti noodles for chow mein instead of chow mein noodles, like every single Chinese restaurant in Denver these days. But at least it's cheaper than Mexican food around Aurora.
Soon as you open the door, you are hit with a crazy smell. I still ordered. I got rice noodles, fried rice, hot and spicy chicken, and shrimp. I got a mountain dew. I wasn't eating in because of the smell... I went into my car to try the food. Food is still sitting here. My Mountain Dew is gone. There are 2 waste management trucks sitting right in front of me. I think I need to place this food up in there. I'm good. Should have gone to Chipotle like I said I was.
They cook with stale oil toward the end of the day, and G-d forbid you dare to say anything about it, or they'll reject your business in the future. Even if you're super polite and apologetic about asking for a partial refund for the funky fried rice. You're better off going to literally any other discount scoop place.
Its a 2.50 a scoop place, idk what your expecting? The portions are generous, its cooked on the spot, and its quick. Dont ask if its good, you dont come here for that.
In the pantheon of dollar scoops, Little Panda delivers solid food at an affordable price. This Aurora fast casual staple is the perfect solution to a mid week night off from cooking. I got the rice noodles with beef/broccoli and chicken. This place won't knock your socks off, but it will be there when you need it to be.
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