My visit to P.F. Chang’s was a long time coming. Granted, the timing could have been better, considering I had made a decision to eat only vegan food for the entire month of March. While this meant that I missed out on several bite-worthy dishes, the chef and P.F. Chiang himself designed several vegan-friendly options to kill any FOMO one might experience during such a challenge. Vegan friends and readers take note!
P.F. Chang’s Montreal – Menu & Media Review
We’ve all seen lettuce wraps on the internet, and have surely been curious to Pinterest our own version from sheer curiosity. Regardless of your home chef skills and existing tastings at other foodie joints, if you haven’t tried P.F. Chang’s Montreal version – you haven’t lived. Seen here is the vegan alternative that I sampled – to keep in tandem with the 30 day vegan challenge, and boy was it tasty! And the breaded shrimp were somewhat godly from what my fellow peers expressed (mostly communicated through moans and verbiage that indicated a savoury moment of pure bliss).
The menu was divided into small plates and main entrées
P.F. Chang’s Montreal Small Plates
- Chang’s Lettuce Chicken Wraps (tofu, for the vegetarians and vegans)
- Handmade Pork Dumplings
- Ahi Tartare with Avocado
- Dynamite Shrimp
- Lobster Avocado Roll Sushi
- Lemongrass Chicken Salad
P.F. Chang’s Montreal Main Entrées
- Mongolian Beef
- Chicken Lo Mein
- Oolong Marinated Chilean Sea Bass
- Chang’s Chicken
- Banana Spring Rolls
- Great Wall of Chocolate
From the savoury to the sweet, our lunch at P.F. Chang’s Montreal was the perfect harmony between Asian-inspired cuisine, mixed with modern North American stylistic influences. Was it worth the visit? Absolutely.
The man behind the restaurant chain, Philip Chiang currently acts as a consultant for the restaurants, with each menu item carefully curated according to his guidance.
Chiang’s mother first launched “The Mandarin” in the 1960s, as one of the first Chinese restaurants in the United States to serve Chinese food from regions beyond Canton.
P.F. Chang’s Montreal is located at 5485, Rue des Jockeys