P.F. Chang’s China Bistro doesn’t need any special introduction. This restaurant chain is known to serve Asian cuisine in a casual dining atmosphere.
We had recently visited this restaurant on a weekend and despite this place being pretty close to where I stay, this was my first time here.
Now, I’ll tell you something about me. I fell in love with Chicken Satay on our trip to Malaysia and had practically lived on it during our stay there (I was so obsessed that I even ate it before we boarded the flight on our way back home!) So when I saw it on their menu, I knew I had to get it. The chicken was tender and juicy and the peanut sauce was incredible. Although, I honestly wish the quantity of the chicken was a little more.
To accompany Chicken Satay, we also placed an order of Chicken Dumplings – and I must say they were one of the best dumplings I have had in recent times. Just looking at this pic makes me drool –
I have heard their ‘Dynamite Shrimp’ is pretty similar to the ‘Bang Bang shrimp’ that you get in Bonefish Grill. But you know, you gotta keep some room for the entree! So no more appetizers for me. I got their Dali Chicken (served with potatoes and rice on the side). They call it their ‘spiciest chicken dish’ but it was pretty manageable for me. Maybe because after having tasted the hot sauce at The Halal Guys, nothing can really level up to that kind of heat for me 😀
Price wise, I found it pretty similar to the way The Cheesecake Factory prices its menu (I’m probably comparing the two of them coz we had been there just a while ago) but quantity wise, cheesecake factory wins. (They have humongous portions – weight-watchers please beware 😀 )
Despite being a busy evening, the service was pretty prompt. The server checked on us a couple of times, which is highly appreciated.
To sum it up, P.F. Chang’s delivers a great atmosphere to spend some quality time with friends/ family offering good food and good service. If you sign up for their free membership, you get points that can be converted later (something to be considered for people who happen to frequently visit this place) If you are someone who enjoys the Asian cuisine, this is definitely worth a try.
Have y’all tried P.F. Chang’s?? What are your favorite dishes there?
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