The Panda Express at 5299 N Hamilton Rd will soon get an exterior upgrade, according to a recent permit filed with the city of Columbus. With a projected cost of $4,500, according to information included in the permit filing, the Panda Express will get an upgrade to its exterior signage. According to the permit, the work will include the signs on the south and west elevations of the building, as well as replacing the sign faces on two ground-level signs on the property.
Back in 1983, Panda Express was started by Andrew and Peggy Cherng at the Glendale Galleria in Glendale, California. The company grew from the first store in Glendale to nearly 40 years later, in 2020, when the 2,000th Panda Express opened, according to information on its website.
The eatery serves fast casual Chinese cuisine, with menu options like orange chicken, Beijing beef, kung pao chicken and broccoli beef served with sides of white or brown steamed rice, fried rice or chow mein. There are also sides like egg rolls, cream cheese rangoon and spring rolls.