Celebrate Chinese New Year at P.F.Chang's
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P.F. Chang’s Asian Table, the young, artistic side of the world-famous global restaurant P.F. Chang’s invites Londoners’ to ring in the 2019 Chinese New Year, from 5th to 25th February. Located in the heart of the bustling West End, the Pan-Asian restaurant will kick off the festivities with a new, limited-edition celebratory feasting menu. Here to bring you plenty of good luck and fortune for the year ahead, P.F. Chang’s Asian Table is giving diners the chance to win delicious dinners for two, for a full year*.
Dishes from the Chinese New Year Pan-Asian menu are handmade from scratch daily and are cooked in traditional Chinese woks at very high temperatures to enhance the delicious, rich flavours of the food. Tuck into starters such as the Sticky Pork Bao Buns (£9, two freshly steamed bao buns filled with slow-cooked pork belly, coriander, jalapenos and pickled red onion, served with a side of spicy aioli; or the Crispy Lemongrass Tofu (v) (£6.50), tofu rice balls with a crispy panko crust served on a lemongrass coconut sauce, topped with crunchy Asian veggies, crispy shallots and coconut flakes. Chinese Pork Ribs (£11.25), slow braised, wok seared pork ribs served with a savoury Asian barbecue sauce; and Beef Nian Gao (£9.50), crispy beef with soft rice noodle cakes served with Chinese cabbage, shitake mushrooms, Bok choy, leeks, chilli, garlic and ginger with a Shanghai soy sauce.
Top off the festivities with a decadent Five Spice Apple Dumpling (£7), a special, limited-edition dessert created in the restaurant’s very own Pastry Lab, made with slowly poached apples in Chinese Five Spice, filled with creamy frangipane and cream wrapped in crispy filo pastry. The exquisite dish is served warm with rich toffee sauce and vanilla ice cream.
The talented bar team have created a range of cocktails, perfect for those who want to enjoy a celebratory drink after the parade. Sip on the Thai Basil Daiquiri (£9.50) a limited-edition cocktail made with Havana rum, lemon juice, sugar and Thai basil; and the Shanghai Sunrise mocktail (£8), a fusion of mango, pineapple and orange juice with a hint of sweet strawberry and splash of ginger ale.
Pop in for food on 10th February, the day of the Chinese New Year parade in Leicester Square, and pay P.F. Chang’s fortune teller a visit to see what the Year of the Pig has in store for you…
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