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No restaurant celebrates the Chinese New Year like P.F. Chang’s, and its new Winter Seasonal Menu doesn’t disappoint. It includes unique dishes that feature traditional ingredients that symbolize good luck and prosperity.
I remember the first time I ate at P.F. Chang’s. I was meeting an old friend I hadn’t seen in a while for a much-needed catch up lunch. The ambiance won me over the moment I walked in the door. The furniture was modern, comfortable and the restaurant had a vibrant energy that was fueled by a hungry lunch-time crowd.
Looking back, I remember the menu had so many tempting dishes that it took me (almost) forever to decide what to have for lunch. P.F. Chang’s Winter Seasonal Menu brought me right back because it’s jam-packed with so many tempting dishes, like:
- Orange Ginger Beet Salad with honey-ginger dressing and crumbled goat cheese
- Shanghai Waldorf Salad tossed in a light miso-lime vinaigrette
- Chili Shrimp Bao topped with tamarind-chili sauce
- Firecracker Chicken with pineapple, Asian mushrooms in a hoisin glaze
- Red Wine & Pepper Braised Beef with sliced potatoes, broccolini and Fresno peppers
- Miso-Glazed Salmon with grilled baby bok choy and daikon radish
- Crimson Spritzer and Red Goose Martini
- And for dessert: Chocolate Raspberry or Sweet Vanilla Cream Wontons!
And with so many great new dishes, I have my eye on two that I can’t wait to try first: Chocolate Raspberry Wontons (why not start with dessert?!) and the Chili Shrimp Bao.
Which dishes are you most excited to try?
No matter which you choose, hurry in to P.F. Chang’s to try these new dishes now. And for a limited time, save $10 off a $40 purchase. Visit www.pfchangs.com/winter to get this offer. And you can Follow @pfchangs on Twitter or Follow P.F. Chang’s on Pinterest for more delicious dishes and offers.
The new P.F. Chang’s menu commemorates the year of the horse, which is a symbol that’s also synonymous with P.F. Chang’s. So to toast a year of propsperity and luck, I simply say “Stop horsin’ around and eat!”