Hang out with the coolest kids in town at smart, new Asian bar and restaurant, P.F. Chang’s Asian Table.

What to Expect

After a star-studded launch party in Covent Garden, American export P.F. Chang’s first UK bar and restaurant is now open. The US institution will be bringing an Asian Table concept to its London location, offering a fresh take on Asian food and cocktails.

The 138-seat all-day restaurant and bar will be serving up breakfast and brunch, as well as small plates and larger dishes, while the gold vinyl record lined bar has an Asian-inspired cocktail menu and lab. Fancy!

The cool décor reflects the building’s past life as a jazz club. Check out the huge mural created by street artist, HOOD.

What to Eat

Go early doors and try the traditional brunch with an Asian kick. The Everything Bao includes the classic sliced salmon and boiled egg, but rather than being perched on an English muffin, it’s nestled in a lotus bun and served with basil horseradish.

Or drop by for a light dinner and choose from plates including Mongolian Beef, seared with spring onions and garlic, or Fish and Lotus ‘Chips’, with crispy black cod tossed with spring onion, ginger and fermented black bean.

The menu is created by former Nobu chef, Deepak Kotian, using locally sourced ingredients, so you can be sure you’re in for a treat. There’s also an in-house bakery, where wantons, dumplings and egg rolls are made on site. Yum!

What to Drink

In partnership with Fluid Movement, the brains behind The Worship Street Whistling Stop, P.F. Chang’s have created an extensive cocktail menu, influenced by Asian flavours. If you’re not keen on sweet cocktails, try the Fizu – sparkling sake, cucumber and lemon oil – while the Melrose Mary is the perfect accompaniment to brunch, combining tequila, umeshu, tomato, spice and pickled pineapple. Hair of the dog, anyone?

Best for…

Get a gang together for a brunch like no other. Or put your glad rags on and head down for a bite to eat, cocktails and dancing.

Don’t Miss

Watch the chefs at work in the non-bookable Chef’s Table. Schmoozing required.

P. F. Chang’s | 10 Great Newport Street, London WC2H 7JL

Check out Tootoomoo for more Asian-style brunching

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