P.F. Chang’s Touches Down in a New Country

One new, nontraditional location is now open, while more are in the works this year and next.

Photos Courtesy of P.F. Chang's.

This month, the Asian-inspired dining brand P.F. Chang’s officially landed in India.

On Sept. 3, the first of several locations planned for the country opened in Terminal 2 of the Bangalore International Airport. The new location is operated by HMSHost, which also has food and beverage locations in 120 airports across the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East.

Later this year, the chain expects to enter Mumbai with an all-new bistro location, which will be operated by franchisee Gourmet Investments Private Limited. GIPL, which has introduced Chili’s, PizzaExpress and Ministry of Crab to India, also plans to launch locations in Delhi National Capital Region in 2024.

Each location—whether a full-scale bistro restaurant, flagship, P.F. Chang’s To Go or alternative venue—features unique design elements that complement the menu of made-from-scratch wok-fired cuisine, says the brand.

In 2009, P.F. Chang’s opened its first international locations in Mexico and Kuwait. Since then, it has opened more than 90 restaurants in 22 countries, in addition to its 200-plus units in the United States.

Additional restaurant openings planned for 2023 and 2024 are in Guyana, Salt Lake City International Airport, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Shepard Air Force Base near Wichita Falls, Texas.



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