I was lucky enough to be one of the first to try P.F. Chang’s China Bistro when it opened its first location in the Philippines.
This is Mr. Philip, he was our ‘Meal Creator’ for the day and he happily answered all our questions regarding the dishes that was served to us.
Jasmine Iced Tea to the left and Tamarind Iced Tea to the right. The Tamarind Iced Tea is only served in the Philippines.
The Pork Dumplings is meaty and juicy, it isn’t ‘floury’. Wok-seared spare ribs in a Asian barbecue sauce was kind of sweet for me but it’s tasty and tender.
This stiff-fried green beans with Sichuan preserves, fiery chili sauce, and garlic isn’t my kind of dish but those who love spicy dishes, I think you’ll like it.
Tender, diced chicken breast lightly dusted and stir-fried with tangy sauce of sweet and spice.
Shrimp with Candied Walnuts is one of our favorites. This dish of tender shrimp tossed in a creamy sauce with candied walnuts and honeydew melon brings a unique, lovely taste in my mouth.
This Mongolian Been dish is made from tender U.S. Angus beef, wok-cooked then quicly tossed with scallions and garlic.
Lo Mein is a stir-fried egg noodles with mushrooms, bean sprouts, bok choy, carrots, celery, and onions.
Richly spiced, marinated lamb, tossed with cumin, mint, tomatoes, and yellow onions. This Chengdu Spiced Lamb is tender and flavorful.
At the left shows Dynamite Shrimp, a dish of crispy shrimp tossed in a zesty sauce and served over lettuce in a martini glass. At the right shows two of P.F. Chang’s cocktail drinks. They serve Asian Pear Mojito, Organic Agave Margarita, and Lucky Cat Martini.
Here’s how to go to P.F. Chang’s
Take Alabang Zapote Road, go past S&R and turn left. Go straight past Makati supermarket and turn right at Commerce Road and enter first right to see Corte delos Palmas. Walk to P.F. Chang’s across Mary Grace and Healthy Options.