P.F. Chang’s

P.F. Chang’s

I’ve been wanting to try the lamb bengu (or whatever it was called). We got that, lettuce wraps (OK), spicy chicken, which was fried in batter and came with a spicy sweet sauce, spicy green beans, singapore noodles (standard curry seasoning in thin, pancit style noodles) and the lamb. I thought the lamb was alright, although my sister’s boyfriend really liked it. The lamb was kinda gamey, so maybe that’s why I wasn’t really into it. Everything else was OK, kinda not worth the price.

1 Response to “P.F. Chang’s”

  1. Reid

    Here are the pictures of that evening:


    I can’t remember what this was called, but it was like lemon chicken without the lemony flavor.


    Here’s the Singapore rice noodles. It was good, but nothing special.


    Here’s the lamb chengdu that Don loves. My sister’s boyfriend really liked this, but I thought it was just OK. I don’t know if it tasted like char-siu as Tracy claimed, but I see what she means.


    Here’s the spicy green bean dish. It was fine.


    Lettuce wraps with chicken. Again, good, but not great.

    Basically, I think if you grew up without eating Chinese food very often, this would be really good. The food is good, but there are a lot of other places that are just as good, if not better and certainly there are other places with similar quality and quantity that cost a lot less.

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