Saturday, December 10, 2011

P.F. Chang's China Bistro

I'm getting really frustrated with the turn out of my photos. Especially when its dark inside a restaurant, I couldn't get a decent pictures.  This particular blog entry is one of the many where I needed to really take several trial before getting a nice shot.

Today is Chinese food day. "At P.F. Chang’s we are committed to providing you with an exceptional dining experience every time you walk through our doors. Each dish on our menu is prepared to order using the freshest and highest quality ingredients.

At P.F. Chang’s you are surrounded by a unique environment combining influences of Chinese and American cultures. A panoramic, hand-painted mural depicting 12th century China, is visible from the main dining room and commands attention as the restaurant’s centerpiece, while several terra-cotta warriors stand guard.

Our majestic 11 ft. tall horses grace the entrance to many of our restaurants. The horse symbolizes the original Forbidden City in China, which was built for China’s first emperor Qin Shi Huangdi.

These elements showcase the cuisine and create a stylish, comfortable, upbeat dining experience for our guests."



Let's start of with none other than our drinks, Mom's Shanghai Sunrise (Dhs 19). A fusion of mango, pineapple and orange juices with a hint of sweet strawberry and a splash of ginger ale is a sweet and a refreshing to go along with any dish.



Mine is Asian Pear Mojito (Dhs 19) A Cuban tradition with an Asian twist. Always, Mojito. My Mojito.




Far-ouT ordered us a bottle of water. It looks like a sparkling one but good things its not. Haha! Because that may be expensive.




Chang's Chicken Lettuce Wraps (Dhs 36). It is Chang's famous appetizer, they said its always copied but never equaled. That's for sure, its a combination of chicken and other traditional ingredients prepared in the wok. Served with fresh iceberg lettuce cups



Dumplings (Vegetarian Dhs 22, Chicken Dhs 25, Shrimp Dhs 30). Handcrafted Wontons filled with chicken, shrimp, or vegetables steamed or pan fried accompanied with sauce




Mongolian Lambs (Dhs 49). Its their traditional recipe from Mongolian region of China. Its a thin slices of lambs with onion strips.


Sweet and Sour chicken (Dhs 45) Diced chicken breast with pineapple, green bell pepper and yellow onions with sweet and sour sauce.


You can never go wrong with Chinese foods.

All the best,

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