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P.F. Chang’s China Bistro Opens Its First Philippine Branch in Alabang Town Center

The highly renowned P.F. Chang’s China Bistro has opened its first Philippine branch in Alabang Town Center, making it the chain’s first venture into Asia. The press launch was held at The Street in Alabang Town Center last Tuesday, January 17, 2012.

From left to right: Mr. Mike Welborn (President of Global Brand Development – P.F. Chang’s), Mr. Philip Chiang (Co-founder of P.F. Chang’s), Mr. Archie Rodriguez (CEO and President of Global Restaurant Concepts, Inc.) and Mr. Genaro Perez (International Marketing Director of P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Inc.)

The bigwigs of P.F. Chang’s hopped from one table to the next to converse with the guests who were the first to savor some of the restaurant’s most delectable treats.

Mr. Philip Chiang happily chatting with the guests

The foods that were served on our table surely delighted my appetite.


Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Php285.00

P.F. Chang’s signature appetizer. Wok-seared minced chicken, mushrooms, green onions and water chestnuts served over crispy rice sticks and served with cool, crisp lettuce cups

Dynamite Shrimp, Php295.00

Crispy shrimp tossed in a zesty sauce and served over a bed of cool sliced cabbage, lettuce and crispy rice sticks


Lucky Cat Martini

Royal Poolside

I don’t drink alcohol, but I had a great time taking pictures of these colorful cocktails.


Northern Style Spare Ribs, Php650.00

Tender wok-braised ribs served with a five-spice

Mongolian Beef, Php695.00

Tender flank steak wok-cooked then quickly tossed with scallions and garlic.

Chang’s Spicy Chicken, Php320.00

Tender, diced chicken breast lightly dusted and stir-fried with a tangy sauce of sweet and spice

Shrimp with Candied Walnuts, Php795.00 (For Two, Php460.00)

Tender shrimp tossed in a creamy sauce with candied walnuts and honeydew melon

Chengdu Spiced Lamb, Php900.00

Richly spiced, marinated lamb, tossed with cumin, mint, tomatoes and yellow onions

Lo Mein, Php225.00

Stir-fried egg noodles with mushrooms, bean sprouts, bok choy, carrots, celery and onions

Sichuan-style Asparagus, Php280.00

Wok-fried with Sichuan preserves, onion, chilli paste and garlic.


Ida, our server, called this the “level-up sauce.” She simply mixed everything (hot mustard, potsticker sauce, chili paste, chili oil, soy sauce and white vinegar). She said this complements all of P.F. Chang’s dishes.


Jasmine Iced Tea (left), Tamarind Iced Tea (right). The Tamarind Iced Tea is only served in the Philippines.

Everything was delicious, but I particularly liked Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Dynamite Shrimp, Northern Style Spare Ribs, Shrimp with Candied Walnuts and Lo Mein.

About P.F. Chang’s
P.F. Chang’s serves Chinese cuisine in a modern bistro setting that offers signature cocktails, wines and desserts. It has over 200 branches in the U.S. and 12 branches in Mexico, Puerto Rico, Kuwait and United Arab Emirates.

P.F. Chang’s offers simple, no-fuss dishes which are inspired by cuisines from the different regions of China, namely: Peking or Northern China, Shanghai or Eastern China, Cantonese or Southern China and Sichuan and Hunan Twin Western Province of China. They serve fresh food, prepared at the moment using high-quality ingredients. They also offer a gluten-free menu and a vegetarian menu.

P.F. Chang’s has received the 2012 Cheers Beverage Excellence Award for having the Best Overall Beverage Program. P.F. Chang’s has also been recognized as the “Most Popular Full Service Chain in the United States” on the 2011 Zagat Survey.

P.F. Chang’s in Alabang Town Center was officially opened to the public yesterday, Thursday, January 19, 2012.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro
The Street, Alabang Town Center
Alabang, Muntinlupa City
Telephone No.: (02) 687-5611

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24 Responses

  1. yay! congrats on the new resto in town 🙂 I think we have that at the mall too. The foods look delish Sis but I love the lomein 🙂 Visiting from Food Trip Friday, hope that you can return the visit too.

    1. Hi, Joy! I guess we (Yedy and I) were both at the press launch, but perhaps we’re seated at different tables. We also don’t know each other yet.

  2. Hi dear, thanks for dropping by my blog. Lovely food at P.F. Chang’s no? 🙂 I’m excited for their branch at The Fort, Alabang is too far from my place kasi 🙂

  3. oh, what a delightful meal. will definitely dine here when i get the chance to visit my friend in Alabang. I want to try Chengdu Spiced Lamb looks very yummy.

  4. oh wow…what a feast! i must admit, that northern style spareribs got to me…am drooling! hehehe. they are a bit pricey for me, but that wouldn’t stop me from eating there, if given a chance. lol.

    thanks for joining and sharing over at Food Friday, Ms. Tetcha

    ps. thanks for the follow; followed you back via gfc, networkedblogs, and also liked your fb page. 🙂

  5. I wonder how an American-Chinese restaurant will fare against the numerous Chinese restaurants we have here. Now, how to I drag myself to Alabang, here’s hoping they open a branch nearby.

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