There are a lot of things in this world that are popular and I just don't understand why. Nascar, Dancing With the Stars, and Charlie Sheen (seriously everyone should be over this guy by now) just to name a few. After my recent dining experience at P.F. Chang's I believe that restaurant deserves to be placed in the same category.
As we walked into the restaurant and sat down you're immediately welcomed in by the nice warm interior of the restaurant, the attentive servers and the inviting look of the semi-open kitchen. It all seems that these elements are the signature part of P.F. Chang's bait-and-switch mentality. The menu is quite large with a lot of the same or similar to what you mind find on a typical Chinese take-out menu. The difference is of course the price. I ordered the Moo Goo Gai Pan at a menu price of $13.50 which included a side of white rice. The portion size was quite large, and I may have not even been too disappointed if my dish had even been the least bit palatable.