P.F. Chang’s rolls out a-la-carte, prix-fixe holiday menus

Polished casual dining chain returns Chang’s Spicy Chicken Noodle Soup, features The Celebration menu, new flavors for limited time

P.F. Chang’s launched a limited-time holiday menu, influenced by new flavors inspired by Asia. Guests will have new options, with the arrival of these seasonal favorites to be ordered for both on-premises and off-premises dining.

The P.F. Chang’s seasonal adult drink is the Winter in Beijing Cocktail, prepared with Grey Goose Vodka, Hakutsuru Sayuri Nigori Sake, lychee, lemon, and meringue.

Here are the additions as the P.F. Chang’s holiday menu rolls out:

  • Peking Duck Spring Rolls feature crispy roti rolls with julienned veggies and sweet-savory dipping sauce.
  • Chang’s Spicy Chicken Noodle Soup, back by demand, includes Pad Thai noodles, veggies and spicy broth.
  • The Wagyu Steak includes savory bulgogi glaze, wok-seared mushrooms and a duo of Asian sauces.
  • Wild-caught lobster, with prawns, butter sauce, pan-fried noodles, egg, and green onion combine for the Cantonese-Style Lobster.
  • Sticky Toffee Pudding creates a moist, sweet finish with warm sponge cake, vanilla ice cream, and toffee drizzle.

“Having a dedicated holiday menu allows us to take advantage of ingredients and flavor profiles unique to this time of year and create an even more elevated dining experience for our guests,” said Art Kilmer, chief operating officer at P.F. Chang’s. “Whether it’s a large group gathering or a family night out, we’re excited to be a part of our guests’ celebratory traditions and help them indulge in new flavors this holiday season.”

For the holidays, the polished casual-dining chain will also feature The Celebration Menu. The four-course menu option begins at $50 per person for dine-in guests. The menu includes a choice of one appetizer, soup, entrée and dessert course. Moreover, the meal comes with guests’ choice of a glass of Moet & Chandon Imperial Brut, Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc or Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Artemis Cabernet Sauvignon.

Plus, for large parties, the chain will offer dinner for $30 per person.

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