“Farm-to-wok” is the food philosophy at P.F. Chang’s, 122 N. Adams Road, in Rochester Hills, at The Village of Rochester Hills. The location is the latest offering from the chain started in 1993 by Philip Chiang and Paul Fleming. The newly opened restaurant is 5,861 square-feet and features 158 seats, including a 32-seat outdoor patio. Created to honor a 2,000-year-old tradition of wok cooking, P.F. Chang’s offers a menu of Asian dishes, including its popular lettuce wraps, dumplings, Mongolian beef, hand-rolled sushi and dim sum. The restaurant also offers a complete wine, beer and cocktail menu. “We’re excited to open our doors in Rochester Hills,” said Hal Lawlor, P.F. Chang’s regional vice president. “Our guests will enjoy our Farm-to-Wok scratch cooking food philosophy, where we use only wholesome ingredients, purposeful recipes and the power of the fiery wok.” The restaurant chain owns and operates more than 300 locations in the United States and 22 countries and territories. The Rochester Hills location is the eighth in Michigan.
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