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P.F. Chang’s Celebrates Chinese New Year with a Special Limited-Time-Only Menu

(Sponsored) From Jan. 25 through Feb. 11, welcome the year of the pig with special dishes and drinks offered at the Waikīkī restaurant.



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P.F. Chang’s Chinese New Year Menu 2019

 

Taking place on Feb. 5 this year, Chinese New Year marks the start of the new lunar calendar. P.F. Chang’s welcomes the year of the pig with an exclusive menu featuring special dishes available for a limited time only. From Jan. 25 through Feb. 11, celebrate Chinese New Year with an exclusive Asian-inspired menu, featuring:

 

P.F. Chang’s avocado rolls

 

Crispy Avocado Rolls – Avocado, water chestnut, edamame and garlic rolled and deep-fried into a crispy wrapper, served with sweet honey sauce

 

P.F. Chang’s Shaking Beef

 

Shaking Beef – Tender flank steak, thinly sliced bell pepper, heirloom tomato and onion served on steak fries

 

P.F. Chang’s salt and pepper prawns

 

Salt and Pepper Prawns – Salt-and-pepper-tossed prawns, black beans and chili pods on top of garlic noodles

 

P.F. Chang’s Asian churri steak and prawns

 

Asian Churri Steak and Prawns – 12-ounce New York strip, thinly sliced and served with crisp prawns and P.F. Chang’s Asian chimichurri sauce

P.F. Chang’s Lucky VS and Red Lotus cocktails

 

Diners can also enjoy two specialty cocktails during the promotion: the Lucky VS, featuring Hennessy VS cognac, Cointreau orange liqueur, lemon juice and a raw sugar rim, and the Red Lotus, a refreshing medley of Deep Eddy grapefruit vodka, St. Germaine liqueur, blood orange purée and prosecco.

 

Plus, celebrate Chinese New Year on Feb. 5 at the Royal Hawaiian Center with a lineup of festivities— including Chinese calligraphy by Ina Chang, a special appearance by Miss Chinatown 2019 and her court, a lion dance by Lung Kong Physical Cultural Club and a fireworks finale—to bring good fortune and prosperity in 2019.

 

The Year of the Pig

The last sign in the 12-year Chinese zodiac cycle, the pig is a symbol of good fortune, wealth and prosperity. Those born in the year of the pig are considerate, optimistic, warm-hearted and honest. Their gentle and kind nature makes them natural peace keepers and loyal, generous friends.

Lucky numbers: 2, 5, 8, and numbers containing them (like 25 and 58)

Lucky colors: yellow, gray, brown, gold

Lucky flowers: hydrangea and daisy

Lucky direction: east and southwest

 

For more information on P.F. Chang’s, visit pfchangshawaii.com. To make reservations, click here or call (808) 628-6760.

 

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