PF Chang's Asian Table

10 Great NewportStreet, Leicester Square, London

Experience the Bloom Room at P.F. Chang’s Asian Table

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Address:10 Great NewportStreet
Leicester Square
London
WC2H 7JS
Map:Map & nearby
Cuisine:Asian
Region:Leicester Square
Nearest Station:Leicester Square
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Opening Hours:

Monday – Sunday

8am – 11pm
About: P.F. Chang's is bringing a new dining concept to London that will revolutionise Asian food and according to the experts will change the dumpling game in London for ever!

The much loved US Asian restaurant has brought a fresh gastronomic feast to Great Newport Street. P.F. Chang’s Asian Table, in the heart of London’s West End, offers the freshest take on Asian food and cocktails that London has seen in recent years. The sultry interior at the restaurant at 10 Great Newport Street makes the ideal new spot to enjoy food and cocktails with friends.

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"Experience the Bloom Room at P.F. Chang’s Asian Table"

Review Rating: 8 / 10
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Spring has sprung at last and with it comes a new dose of Insta-crack in the form of The Bloom Room, an April pop-up at Leicester Square’s P.F. Chang’s Asian Table to celebrate the Japanese sakura cherry blossom season.

Step down to the lower floor of the restaurant and you’ll be greeted by a wall of pink cherry blossom and delicate decor, as it’s been transformed into a pink paradise. The pop up comes with its own mini limited edition menu of cocktails and special Japanese desserts. Sakura Dream (£12) is a zingy combination of vodka, pink grapefruit juice, guava juice and lemongrass; refreshing and dangerously drinkable it was the prefect glass of spring. A mocktail version called the Sakura Cooler (£8) has been made sans vodka for teetotalers to enjoy.

The restaurant’s usual menu of pan-Asian dishes remains for those dining downstairs in the Bloom Room with a wealth of options from across the region. We went for the sriracha aioli-drenched Dynamite Shrimp - a Chang’s favourite - a some amazing lobster and shrimp spring rolls (note to self: get two portions next time…). A trio of sushis was our choice for the main, encompassing black truffle rainbow sushi rolls, prawn pinko sushi rolls and a delicious dragon roll with a brilliant kick to it.

The desserts are what the Bloom Room is there for, and any sweet tooth will be impressed with the delicate, almost panna cotta-like Cherry Blossom Cheesecake (£7.50) an exquisite no bake Sakura-inspired dessert with hints of citrus, rose and cherry blossoms. The Pink Paradise (£7), a large macaroon filled with fresh raspberries and matcha ganache, was perfectly accompanied by a delicately flavoured rose ice cream - utterly divine.

In stark contrast to some other particularly Insta-worthy dining spots that have launched recently where the food is so obviously a letdown, this is one that really delivers on taste as well as beauty. Make sure your phone battery is charged…



Laurel reviewed PF Chang's Asian Table on Mon 09 Apr 2018

"You'll find tasty classics with an Asian twist"

Review Rating: 8 / 10
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Leicester Square isn't exactly known as a hotbed of cuisine; you're more likely to stumble across a tourist-friendly Angus Steakhouse than somewhere you'd actively seek our for a decent dinner. But all that has changed with the arrival of the latest new opening from across the pond, PF Chang's Asian Table.

The American import - a well know chain across the pond - has brought with it an injection of much-needed finesse to the area.

Start with the Dynamite Shrimp, tender tempura prawns in a dazzlingly moreish sriracha aioli. You'll probably want more than one serving. The Seared Ahi Tuna, slivers of yellowtail served with asparagus, peach and dill leaves, citrus ponzu and Japanese mayo was melt-in-the-mouth delicious. Their sushi is excellent, try the Black Truffle Rainbow Sushi Roll, with yellowfin and ahi tuna, hamachi, salmon, cucumber, kaiwari sprouts, enoki, avocado, truffle pâté, ka at ali and wasabi aioli. So many flavours in one dish make for a taste sensation with every mouthful.

It's tempting to fill up on the spectacular offering of starters, but the mains are equally as good. We had grilled lamb chops in a soy and lemongrass marinade and a huge stack of juicy Chinese BBQ ribs in a sticky savoury hoisin sauce, accompanied with a kicking wasabi mash, tempura cauliflower and Sichuan green beans. I'll definitely be making a return visit however for the famous Chang's Chicken, wok-fired and tossed in chilli paste, garlic, vinegar and sugar.

If, after all that, you have room for dessert, the Gorgonzola Cheesecake blew my friend's mind. Don't be put off by the lumps of mould (it is blue cheese after all...), it was apparently the most magical dessert she'd ever tasted. I instead settled for a Matcha Green Tea Creme Brûlée, a delicately flavoured pudding accompanied by puffed black rice, giving an interesting crunch to the dish.

It's worth noting PF Chang's is also famed for its brunches, where you'll find tasty classics with an Asian twist, like the Kayla French Toast; brioche made with coconut milk, whipped cream and eggs, topped with caramelised pineapple, Thai Kaya Jam, a sprinkling of cinnamon and nutmeg and topped with maple syrup and whipped coconut cream.



Laurel reviewed PF Chang's Asian Table on Mon 09 Oct 2017

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