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Panda Express Now Open At The Langley Exchange

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HAMPTON-The Langley Exchange at Joint Base Langley has added to its dining options.

Panda Express Chinese Kitchen, a fast-food chain specializing in Chinese cuisine, is now open on the base. Anyone who is stationed, works at, or visits the base can go to the establishment.

“Panda Express is another example of the Exchange striving to offer the household names service members and their families desire right where they live, work, and play,” said Melanie White, Exchange General Manager, in a social media post.

Panda Express at The Langley Exchange is open daily from 10am to 6:30pm.

Panda Express Chinese Kitchen has several other locations in Hampton Roads including another location in Hampton on Coliseum Drive as well as a restaurant in Yorktown on Victory Boulevard.

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