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.

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  1. Reid

    Here are the pictures of that evening:

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

    P_F_+Chang+singapore+rice+noodle.jpg

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

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    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.

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

    P_F_+Chang+chicken+lettuce+wrap.jpg

    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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