P.F. Chang’s introduces new bowl-centric lunch menu and cocktail lineup
P.F. Chang’s is introducing new lunch blows and cocktails in time for spring. The new “wok-fired” lunch bowl menu will comprise selections that include the Bibimbap, Chiang Mai Noodle Bowl and Tokyo Udon Noodle Bowl. In addition to these chef-inspired bowls, a new cocktail selection is available for spring:Blushing Geisha: Deep Eddy Grapefruit Vodka, blood orange puree, fresh lemon juice, topped with chia seeds.
- Red Dragon: Our version of a Boulevardier, made with Gentleman Jack Whiskey, sweet vermouth, Aperof, blood orange puree, and a fresh, orange slice
- Sparkling Blossom: Grey Goose Vodka, St.-Germain Elderflower liqueur, fresh lemon juice and prosecco
- Japanese Old Fashioned: An Asian twist on a classic, made with Suntory TOKI Japanese Whisky and served over an ice square
Here are the new lunch bowls, created by U.S. Executive Chef Yuji Iwasa:
- Korean Bibimbap: chicken or steak, fresh greens, Asian mushrooms, and market vegetables over rice, topped with a fried egg and kimchi slaw—this dish is spicy and meant to be mixed up prior to enjoying
- Chiang Mai Noodle Bowl is a combination of marinated chicken, ramen noodles, coconut curry broth, grape tomatoes and wonton crisps
- (Spicy) Tokyo Udon Noodle Bowl: chicken or steak, Udon noodles, fresno peppers, green onion, mushrooms and fresh basil
- Thai Harvest Curry: red curry, butternut squash, five-spice tofu, rustic vegetables, Asian mushrooms, topped with Fresno peppers
- Tempura Bowl: shrimp and vegetable tempura atop fried rice, served with sweet chili dipping sauce
- Mongolian Beef Bowl: sweet soy glaze, flank steak, garlic and snipped green onions
- Chang’s Spicy Chicken Bowl: P.F. Chang’s signature sweet-spicy chili sauce, chicken and green onion
- Crispy Honey Chicken Bowl: lightly-battered chicken in tangy honey sauce with green onion
P.F. Chang’s will also introduce new Asian beers, including Tiger Lager and Hitachino Red Rice Ale, and an entirely upgraded drink menu that pairs well with its new dishes. The Arizona-based chain will also bring back Budweiser and Bud Light after several years of absence on the beer list.