My family and I recently had a chance to visit P.F. Chang’s for a nice lunch. Having personally never been there, I was excited to see all of the menu items they had to offer. My daughter has been there several times and really enjoys several dishes they offer, including their new “Farm to Wok” selections.
P.F. Chang’s launched a new menu across the U.S. on July 12, including several items entitled “Farm to Wok”. These new menu items are about P.F. Chang’s food philosophy centering around the combination of fresh, whole ingredients coupled with scratch cooking in every restaurant and the 2,000-year old tradition of wok cooking. Some of the new “Farm to Wok” dishes include Wok-Fired Filet Mignon, Singapore Firecracker Chicken and Hunan Dragon Wings. They also have some delicious and savory new drinks on the “Garden to Glass” menu including Añejo Buzz, Honey Thyme Gin & Tonic and Cucumber Collins. Each features regionally sourced Orange Blossom Honey. We ordered several menus off the menu, including the Wok-Fired Filet Mignon, Sweet & Sour Chicken, Signature Lo Mein Noodles, Pork Fried Rice, Crab Rangoon, Cecilia’s Pan-Fried Pork Dumplings and Wonton Soup. We had such an amazing experience at P.F. Chang’s and really enjoy the food, especially the “Farm to Wok” Wok Fired Filet-Mignon. It was filled with delicious veggies, potatoes and fresh cut beef. It was seasoned perfectly and complimented with steamed rice. The server, Kyle, made our experience very delightful and will be one of the many reasons we return to P.F. Chang’s.
Cecilia Chiang, known by some as the Julia Child of Chinese Cooking, heavily influenced the brand’s food philosophy through her son Philip Chiang, P.F. Chang’s co-founder. Cecilia is 96 years old now — and she’s the subject of a new six-episode PBS Series called Cecilia Chiang Kitchen Wisdom launching this month. In it, she spends time in the kitchen with San Francisco area chefs (some are celebrity, some up and coming) — cooking and talking about life. In honor of Cecilia, P.F. Chang’s is changing the name of their pot stickers to Cecilia’s Dumplings.
Be sure to find a P.F. Chang’s in your area and try out the new “Farm to Wok” and “Garden to Glass” menu items. You will love that they are fresh, quality ingredients and each dish is made to order, so you know you will have fresh tasting food.
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