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P.F. Chang’s in Islamabad, now open for business!

American restaurant chain P.F. Chang’s opened its doors in Islamabad. After launching in Islamabad on Friday, the P.F. Chang’s restaurant company aims to add a location in Lahore within the next month.

E-7 Shaheen Market is where the Islamabad eatery is located. It established its first restaurant in Pakistan in 2018, on MM Alam Road in Lahore, and on Clifton Road in Karachi, Pakistan, in 2019.

One of P.F. Chang’s special meals is the dynamite shrimps, which were served during the media launch on Thursday, Jan. 13. Other dishes served at the opening included Mongolian beef that was juicy, as well as sweet and sour Chang’s spicy chicken.

CEO Rana Wasif Munir says that PF Chang’s is already a big hit in Karachi and Lahore, and now it’s ready to take on Islamabad’s foodies and prove that it’s one of the greatest places to eat.

Global Brand team director of development Rafik Farooq, who travelled from the United States to attend the launching, stated: “We are looking forward to opening two new stores inside the country in 2022”.

The Islamabad branch’s design will be carried over to the upcoming Lahore location, which is scheduled to open in one month. According to the people behind P.F. Chang’s, the food will remain the same as will the decor.

Quality and price are consistent across the country and will remain consistent as per the team members.

Aimen Bukhari
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Works at The Truth International Magazine. My area of interest includes international relations, peace & conflict studies, qualitative & quantitative research in social sciences, and world politics. Reach@ aimen.bukhari@tti.org.pk

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