Los Angeles residents and those traveling through the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) have a fresh, new and made-from-scratch option for Southeast Asian-inspired dining with the opening of P.F. Chang´s at Tom Bradley International Terminal, the company said.
The location will be the fourth airport site for the popular Asian brand, following successful launches in Atlanta, Detroit and Tampa.
The upscale casual restaurant maintains its focus on guest comfort, warm hospitality and attentive, personable service. The a-la-carte menu offers a variety of handcrafted signature dishes — all prepared using only the freshest ingredients. Most dishes at P.F. Chang´s are cooked in a Northern-style Chinese wok at 900 degrees, creating a “wok hay” or “breath of wok” and a mix of unique smoky, caramelized flavors and crispy textures that can only be achieved using this ancient technique.
Founded in 1993 by Philip Chiang and Paul Fleming, P.F. Chang´s is the first internationally recognized multi-unit casual dining restaurant concept to honor and celebrate the 2,000-year-old tradition of wok cooking as the center of the guest experience. Since inception, P.F. Chang´s chefs have been hand rolling dim sum, hand chopping and slicing all vegetables and meats, scratch cooking sauces and wok cooking each dish, every day in every restaurant.
LAX is the fifth busiest airport in the world, second in the United States, and was named Skytrax´ 2017 Top 10 Most Improved Airports. LAX served more than 80.9 million passengers in 2016. LAX offers 742 daily nonstop flights to 101 cities in the US and 1,280 weekly nonstop flights to 77 cities in 42 countries on 64 commercial air carriers. LAX ranks 14th in the world and fifth in the US in air cargo tonnage processed, with more than 2.2 million tons of air cargo valued at over USD 101.4 billion. LAX handled 697,138 operations (landings and takeoffs) in 2016.