Sunday, April 27, 2008

P.F. Chang's - Princeton, NJ

After running some errands, we stopped in PF Chang's for a quick bite to eat. We're not big on "chain restaurants," but PF Chang's is always a great option.

As usual, we opted to sit at the bar, and had great service as always, even though the bartender was extremely busy. We started off with an order of 4 "Harvest Spring Rolls," and as usual, they were very tasty, filled with shredded cabbage, carrot, and assorted vegetables. For entrees, we selected the PF Chang's staple, the Kung Pao Chicken, as well as the "Chang's Spicy Chicken." The Kung Pao is always a favorite there, as I love the way that it is cooked at high temperature, so the chicken gets a nice, almost crispy like coating. But don't get that confused with the texture of something that is deep fried. It is almost hard to explain, and you have to try it to really understand what I am getting at. The sauce is wonderful, and the dish is also cooked with chili peppers, scallions, and peanuts. As always, it was a treat. The "Chang's Spicy Chicken" was awesome as well, served in a Sichuam almost sweet and sour sauce, with lots of garlic and scallion as well. This chicken is lightly dusted and stir fried, and I think I actually enjoyed this more than the Kung Pao is you can believe that.

All in all, another solid meal at P.F. Chang's with good service. Next time we will have to save some room for the new "mini desserts" that they are featuring!

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