P.F.Changs China Bistro

One of the newest addition to UAE's huge gastronomic venue is P.F. Chang's China Bistro- America's No. 1 Chinese Bistro opened last May 2010 at Mirdif City Center and the second branch at Mall of the Emirates. It is noticeably crowded every time we pass by this restaurant so I thought that the food must be good there.

It was a perfect time to try P.F. Chang last Friday since it was my birthday. We went to the Mall of the Emirates as planned after attending Tagalog mass at St. Mary's Church. Eating at China Bistro is one of our dining options that day and we gave it a try after my brother suggested the place too.

As we enter, we can feel the hustle and bustle, it was a big restaurant but was full, and hardly no tables available. As I observed while we are waiting for our table to be ready, the diners are comfortably seated, well-assisted, and look happy with their food.
We have to wait for a few more minutes as the wait staff arrange a table for seven. We were presented with the menu just after we are seated. I ask for the house specialty and I was guided politely by the ladies who assisted us and suggested the best on the menu. We ordered dynamite shrimp, some dumplings, and salt and pepper calamari as starters. We also had a bowl of wonton soup good for seven people and for the main course, we had orange peel chicken, VIP duck, lo mein noodles, and salt and pepper prawns. Everything was served warm and fresh. I savor every bite as the flavors burst into my mouth. The food was very delicious and everyone in my family was gastronomically delighted. We washed down our food with some bottomless iced tea and fizzy drinks and finished with an ice cream scoop with my birthday candles on top and the great wall of chocolate cake.

I hardly took pictures of the restaurant's interior because it was very busy and I don't want to look annoying although I manage to take photos of our lovely lunch meal and some souvenir snaps for my birthday.

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Carla is a lifestyle blogger based in Dubai who's thankful to call this ever-evolving city her second home. The pages of this blog are filled with stories about her expat life in the sandpit. It features dining and travel adventures in and around the city and beyond. It also features food recipes, parenting tips, and fashion style.

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