– Panda Express to me is like
white people’s Chinese food. (Chinese folk music) – This is so gross. – Wow, this looks like a candle. – It’s like soggy on the inside. (Chinese folk music) – If you actually know
real Chinese chow mein, you’d be like, “This is
American Chinese chow mein.” – Ew, it smells like stinky feet. – It actually tastes pretty authentic. – I think it’s not that bad. – Wow, you’ve never had
authentic Chinese food before. – Yeah, this is judged. – I’d rather eat this than the egg roll, I’ll put it that way. – Low standards. (laughs) – That’s how I end up with her. – He looks down at Panda Express, but he eats McDonald’s all the time. I don’t understand. – Melanie likes it. Do you want mine? (laughs) – Good job says my grandpa. (Chinese folk music) – If you blind folded me,
I’m eating plain rice. – It kinda tastes like cardboard. (Chinese folk music) – It smells so bad. – It smells like putrid. – Wow. (laughs) – It’s really sour. (laughs) – Yeah, I do not like that. Nope, no. – This reminds me of taking shots, like the bad aftertaste. – They don’t like it. (Chinese folk music) – This is my dad’s favorite. Like if he were here, he would hate this. – Oh it smells good. – Actually it smells OK. – This smells good, yeah. – Really? I feel like it smells weird. – I like this. – Oh, it’s really salty. (Chinese folk music) – Orange chicken is not real Chinese food. My mom calls it the food
that fools Americans. – Oh, no, no, no, I know what this is. Burnt soy sauce. – Not sure what that is, you know. – This chicken is sad. – He had to finish all his orange chicken. He says it’s so good. – I can’t imagine anyone
thinking that Panda’s actually Chinese food. – But you know what my
dad used to always say is that you can’t leave one
grain of rice on the plate. – [Melanie] Yeah, that’s
what my mom always said too, so I don’t like wasting food. – Right, did you not get that
when you were younger too? – Oh no, all the time. – The grain of rice.